Why people love it

  • Super warm 
  • Packs down well 
  • Works well; love the middle zipper 

Cons

If you’re used to sleeping with a companion sleeping bag attached, this isn’t for you.

Details

For campers that are allergic to down, this should be the sleeping bag you turn to first. The same goes for tall folks. The large size can accommodate up to 84” – which is significantly taller than the 78” standard for long and extra-long sleeping bags.

Now, the center zipper placement is a little unusual for campers used to the left-side unisex sleeping bags (or the companion women’s bags with the zip on the right). But, it’s actually great at controlling or maintaining the warmth inside the bag and is always easy to find in the middle of a dark night.

Additionally, you’ll find the footbox is quite comfortable and the hood helps to maintain the heat perfectly.

Fill or insulation type: Thermal.Q synthetic fiber in a tactel nylon shell.

Temperature rating: The EN lower limit is 21ºF and the the EN comfort temperature is 32ºF. 

Water resistant: Water resistant materials with stitch-free seams to make it even more impermeable. 

Shape, size, and weight: The sleeping bag is mummy shaped. The regular size measures 78”L x 63”W (shoulder), 58” (hip), and weighs 2lb 7oz. The long size measures 84”L x 66”W (shoulder), 64” (hip), and weighs 2lb 10oz. And the pack down size is 7” x 15” (9.5L)  

Colors available: Hyper blue.

Price: MSRP $240 or $255 for long. You can find it on Amazon for $200-215.

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