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BlackWolf Comet 300 Sleeping Bag $40 (RRP $129.99), $10 off 1st Order for Members, + Delivery ($0 for Members) @ BlackWolf


The Comet 300 Sleeping Bag is the ideal travel companion. Its tiny packed size means you won't even notice it's there, but you'll be prepared for any camping getaway or overnight hike. Featuring a contoured hood, anti-bite zipper guard, draft flaps, hidden zippered chest pocket and hanging loops, the Comet is jam-packed with all the features necessary for a comfortable night sleep in any conditions. The Comet also comes with a lightweight compression stuff sack for easy storage and transport.

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  • +1

    How do you get the $10 off for first order?

    • +5

      use code : WOLFPACK

      • +1

        Thanks champ, real MVP

  • Any other bags discounted?

  • Never heard of this brand is it any good?

    • +2

      They have been around for years, Australian owned i believe but stuff manufactured in Asia (maybe someone can confirm).

      Quality is mid-tier, definately not high tier but not bottom of the barrel either. They cater more to that budget range.

    • I bought a Black Wolf backpack back in 2004 and still have it. Haven't used it a great deal, but it's still in good condition.

      • I got one for my birthday in 05. It's still going strong today, use it a few times a week.

    • +1

      Can confirm Blackwolf is good value. They are not your top end Mont, Sea to Summit type bag but well made (in China), backed by a solid Aussie company who are pretty good with warranties of there is ever and issue.

  • Not for winter camping so the price is reasonable but not really low price.

  • Do these unzip completely (make a big blanket)?

  • Thanks,OP

  • +2

    Comfort temp rating 6 degrees.

    This is about as lightweight as you can get. Pretty much just summer/very mild temp rating.

    For an extra $10, I'd upgrade to this one… 1 degree comfort rating (still not for alpine, but for normal weekend camping trips in temperate climates much better suited) and 500g heavier (same dimensions as OP's version).

    • How to get rid off the shipping cost?

  • How would these compare to say the kmart sleeping bag?

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