I read all the online reviews, and watched all the youtube video reviews, of the Carinthia Defense 4 bag (which is what the Reveille bag is). It lived up to all of it. It's perfect in it's simplicity (except the inevitable, and unnecessary velcro). Too bad other makers haven't figured out all the bells and whistles just add weight. This bag has top quality construction. Some say it's too expensive, but it's comparable to other bags in this class. It reminds me of the sleeping bag I had in the Army, but that one had a cotton shell and down filling... and was heavy. This one is kind of a modern lighter weight version of that. Now if we can get Eberlestock to carry the full line of Carinthia bivy bags I'd be a happy camper.
This product is excellent.
Perfect size weight and design.
I looked for a long time for a really rugged, lightweight, large temp range bag and this really fit the mark I absolutely love it! Would love to see Eberlestock work more with Carinthia and sell the bivy that goes with this bag or even expand to get bags like the survivor one! But would highly recommend this bag for any outdoor need!
I keep it in my truck just in case I get stuck in the snow in Upstate NY. You never know. It's better to be prepared than not.
Best military bag out there!
Just came back from Colorado with a different bag. Ordered this one the same day I came back. Haven’t used in the woods yet. Looking forward to trying it out
This single sleeping bag is warmer than the heavy issued bag I have in the army. Pair this with the heavy bag from eberlestock and a bivy, and you'd be comfortable in any climate
I bought reveille and the ultra light and I have all the Alaska seasons covered.great sleeping systems made to last you will never have zipper problems with these bags. Buy them you will not be sorry.
I’m going to give it another shot but my initial impressions weren’t great. I’ve only used it once but I got a little cold at about 25 degrees. I’m taking it out again next week so I may have a better impression after that