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Frontcountry Bed 35

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Sierra Designs Frontcountry Bed 35, blue and gray with white stripe, fully closed

Sleep in the backcountry with all the comforts of home.

Based on the award winning Backcountry Bed, the Frontcountry Bed delivers the same comforts and features in a more roomy rectangular shape with synthetic insulation.

Key Features

  • Patent pending zipperless design for more comfort
  • Oversized integrated comforter provides all the comforts of your bed at home
  • Insulated hand and arm pockets help to seal out drafts
  • Patented self sealing foot vent allows fast and easy ventilation
  • Sleeping pad sleeve keeps pad under you for comfort and warmth


  • Insulation: Synthetic
  • Outer Shell: 50d polyester ripstop
  • Liner Material: 68d polyester taffeta

Tech Specs


  • EN Limit Temp Rating:  27F / -3C
  • EN Comfort Temp Rating:  37F / 3C
  • Fill Weight: 42.7oz / 1210g
  • Minimum Weight: 4lb 6oz / 1989g
  • Fits Up To: 6' 0" / 183 cm
  • Length: 80" / 203 cm
  • Shoulder Circumference: 62" / 157 cm
  • Hip Circumference: 62" / 157 cm
  • Footbox Circumference: 62" / 157 cm
  • Stuff Sack Size (L x W): 20 x 11" / 50.8 x 27.9cm


  • EN Limit Temp Rating:  27F / -3C
  • EN Comfort Temp Rating:  37F / 3C
  • Fill Weight: 50.9oz / 1443g
  • Minimum Weight: 5lb 3oz / 2355g
  • Fits Up To: 6' 6" / 198 cm
  • Length: 86" / 218 cm
  • Shoulder Circumference: 72" / 183 cm
  • Hip Circumference: 72" / 183 cm
  • Footbox Circumference: 72" / 183 cm
  • Stuff Sack Size (L x W): 21 x 12" / 53.3 x 30.5cm
Insulation: Synthetic
Temperature Rating: 35 Degree
Gender: Unisex

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    1. Perfect so far

      I bought a sleeping bag designed for kids a few years back from a different brand and although it was affordable and well made, it was a complete waste of money. This time around, I wanted to buy something that any family member could use when the occasion called for a sleeping bag and I think this one meets our needs. Our 8-yr old needed a bag to use for her first sleep-away camp experience (rustic cabins with bunk beds) and in my opinion, the design of this product could not be better. The bag is relatively compact, priced well and a standard pillow tucks in nicely and stays put thanks to it’s soft, boxy construction. But the blanket component, slippery lining feel and roominess of the bag is an important combination for a child who runs hot and needs to be able to vent body heat and change positions throughout the night. Both she and her 6’2” dad seem to like this bag and I can tell the snuggle factor of the blanket corners will help with any minor bouts of homesickness. on Jul 24th 2018

    2. Cozy & comfortable

      I bought two of these these for a rafting trip because I wanted to make my wife (an me) cozy & comfortable. A large foot box and the ability to easily kick her feet out was essential. The comforter works like a bed - easy to throw off or pull up or ... eh hm ... cuddle.

      For reference: a 3"x27" El Grande Paco Sleeping Pad just barely fits in the XL sleeve, and just barely does not fit in the Regular sleeve. Those are gorilla-sized pads - the sleeves should be able to fit any normal human-sized sleeping pad.
      on Jun 28th 2018