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“One of the best sleeping experiences of any bag we tested” – Backpacker Magazine
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The Cloud 20 meets all of my expectations in looking for a lightweight, no-zip design. The extra comfort features in the foot box are an added bonus. Matt Goldberg on May 16th 2018
I can only speak on the build quality for this bag. I have not yet used it outdoors. It seems to be built very well. I love the zipper less design and foot vent. It packs down really small. Ive had a Big Agnes bag for the last 5 years. Never really satisfied with it. It’s always frustrated me because the zipper would always get stuck. The cloud looks to solve those things. Plus the color is awesome. Adam on May 10th 2018
Light weight, Packs tight, I love the no zipper idea and the throw quilt portion of the bag. Very comfortable.
To reach their weight goal they ditched all down insulation in a section of the back of the sleeping bag. This might not make much difference if you are using an insulated pad. However I wish that there was some sort of cushion there instead of just flat material. I was disappointed to see that this was not discussed previously. Be aware of this!
Material is thin. Does not seem very durable and afraid it may rip easy.
It is difficult to get in and out of. You have to kind of shimmy out and shimmy into it. Might be difficult for taller/wider people.
DISCLAIMER: I have yet to camp with this bag. These are my initial thoughts
Tanner Moline on May 10th 2018
The Cloud 800 / 20 is light and warm and doesn't make me feel trapped! I've been using a SD Backcountry Quilt most of the time, because it's super simple and easy. But I was looking for a bag that was a little more "snuggly" in colder, windier weather and didn't like the idea of being zipped into a mummy bag. Cloud has met the need. The shoulder-pocket thing is way easier to deal with than any zipper. It's more like the blanket at home, and does a blanket one better by being curved so that it naturally seals around the neck; and it all tucks in around me in a way that feels better than zipper bags, too. The Cloud definitely feels more like being "in" something than the BC-Quilt, and that's a compliment in breezy conditions. Yet I can still leap right out and chase raccoons away from the camp kitchen, which is awesome. (Not the raccoons. The ability to leap out.) Venting is as easy as folding down the "blanket" which I can do while mostly asleep, unlike when I have to fidget with a zipper in the dark. I'm 5'10" and average-ish build and it feels plenty roomy inside, though if I use the foot vent things do get a little tighter around the legs. I've never had a bag with a pad sleeve before and I liked how it helped keep everything aligned. But I also used the Cloud with an over-sized pad without the sleeve and that worked fine, too. Oh, and I made sure to use an insulated sleeping pad, since I've been using this 20-degree bag in cooler conditions, including the forests of the winter PNW where the DriDown got mildly tested and did just fine. So: Warm. Light. Not-zippered-in. Win. Greg on Mar 12th 2018