Wenzel Cardinal 30-Degree Sleeping Bag (Red) Reviews

Wenzel Cardinal 30-Degree Sleeping Bag (Red)

  • Mild weather sleeping bag with 30-degree Fahrenheit temperature rating
  • Filled with 4-Pound of hypoallergenic Insul-Therm polyester fiberfill
  • Offset quilt construction prevents bunching and reduces cold spots
  • Soft cotton flannel liner, self repairing coil zipper
  • 2 Elastic straps for bundling, measures 78 x 33-Inch

The Cardinal rectangular 33 by 78 inch sleeping bag is an affordable choice for sleepovers and mild weather camping. It is filled with 4 pounds of 100% non-allergenic Insul-Therm polyester fiber, with a durable polyester outer and comfortable plaid cotton flannel liner giving it a temperature rating of 30 degrees Fahrenheit. The quilt-through construction helps reduce the bunching of fill to eliminate cold spots. A Velcro tab secures the self-repairing coil zipper, and two elastic bundling straps secure the bag for storage. Specifications: • Size: 33 in. x 78 in. • Fill: 4 lbs. of non-allergenic Insul-Therm • Outer: polyester • Liner: cotton flannel • Storage: 2 elastic strapsA great choice for mild weather camping and sleepovers, the Wenzel Cardinal sleeping bag delivers a comfortable night’s sleep time and again. The Cardinal–which boasts a 30-degree F temperature rating–is filled with 4 pounds of Wenzel’s hypoallergenic Insul-Therm polyester fiberfill, a cozy material that provides good warmth retention. That bag’s quilt-through construction, meanwhile, keeps the fill from shifting and eliminates cold spots. And campers will love the comfy cotton flannel liner and long-lasting polyester outer shell. Other features include a self-repairing coil zipper, a Velcro zipper tab with an embroidered logo, and two elastic straps for bundling.


  • Temperature rating: 30 degrees F
  • Size: 78 by 33 inches
  • Fill weight: 4 pounds
  • Fill type: Insul-Therm polyester
  • Outer: Polyester
  • Liner: Cotton flannel
  • Zipper: Self-repairing
  • Storage: 2 elastic straps

About Wenzel
Established in 1887, Wenzel’s mission is to help families experience the outdoors and get away from the constant noise of modern culture. That’s why Wenzel runs every product it creates through a very specialized filter–the families of Wenzel employees. Rather than obsessing over PowerPoint presentations and boardroom discussions, Wenzel focuses on the things that families care about: tents that are easy to set up and take down; sleeping bags that unroll into warm, roomy cocoons but also roll up compactly; and camp pads that smooth out the rough forest floor. At the core of Wenzel’s products is a commitment to ease and comfort, because “roughing it” shouldn’t mean shivering through the night or waking up with a stiff back.

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