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  Big Agnes Sunbeam Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Synthetic - Women's Therm-a-Rest ProLite Sleeping Pad - Women's The North Face Furnace Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Down - Women's Mountain Hardwear Laminina Z Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Synthetic - Women's Big Agnes Daisy Mae Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Down - Women's Eureka Spero 20 Sleeping Bag: 22 Degree Synthetic - Women's The North Face Guide 20 Synthetic Sleeping Bag - Women's Big Agnes Blue Lake Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Synthetic - Women's NEMO Equipment Inc. Aya 15 Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Down - Women's Rab Andes 800 Sleeping Bag: -8 Degree Down - Women's Kelty Tru.Comfort 20 Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Synthetic - Women's Mountain Hardwear Lamina Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Synthetic - Women's Mountain Equipment Helium 400 Sleeping Bag: 27 Degree Down - Women's
  Big Agnes Sunbeam Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Synthetic - Women's Therm-a-Rest ProLite Sleeping Pad - Women's The North Face Furnace Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Down - Women's Mountain Hardwear Laminina Z Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Synthetic - Women's Big Agnes Daisy Mae Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Down - Women's Eureka Spero 20 Sleeping Bag: 22 Degree Synthetic - Women's The North Face Guide 20 Synthetic Sleeping Bag - Women's Big Agnes Blue Lake Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Synthetic - Women's NEMO Equipment Inc. Aya 15 Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Down - Women's Rab Andes 800 Sleeping Bag: -8 Degree Down - Women's Kelty Tru.Comfort 20 Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Synthetic - Women's Mountain Hardwear Lamina Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Synthetic - Women's Mountain Equipment Helium 400 Sleeping Bag: 27 Degree Down - Women's
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Brand Eureka Rab Big Agnes The North Face Therm-a-Rest Mountain Hardwear Mountain Equipment The North Face NEMO Equipment Inc. Big Agnes Mountain Hardwear Big Agnes Kelty
Claimed Weight 3 lbs 13 oz 3 lbs [petite] 2lb 12oz, [regular] 2lb 15oz [regular] 2lb 10oz, [long] 2lb 13oz 1 lb 1 oz [regular] 2lb 5oz [regular] 1lb 14oz, [long] 1lb 15oz [regular] 3lb 2oz [long] 3lb 5oz [regular] 2lb 1oz [long] 2lb 2oz [petite] 2lb 8oz, [regular] 2lb 12oz [reg] 4 lbs 7 oz, [long] 4 lbs 12 oz [regular] 2lb 14oz, [petite] 2lb 11oz 5lb 2oz
Degree 20 F -8 F 0F 20°F - 30F 27F 20F 15F 15F 0 F 15F 20°F
Draft Tube yes - - - - - - draft collar yes - yes collar, zipper yes
Fill Weight 2 lbs 13 oz 800 [petite] 1lb 9oz, [regular] 1lb 11oz - - - [regular] 13oz, [long] 14oz - - [petite] 30oz, [regular] 34oz - [regular] 2lb 2oz, [petite] 1lb 13oz 55.5oz
Insulation Eureka! Synthesis (synthetic) 800-fill hydrophobic European goose down 650-fill DownTek Heatseeker Guide - Thermal.Q (100% polyester) 700-fill duck down 600-fill ProDown, Heatseeker Eco synthetic 800-fill down, Nikwax FireLine ECO (synthetic) Thermal.Q Fireline Pro (synthetic) ThermaPro synthetic
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year lifetime lifetime lifetime - lifetime lifetime lifetime limited lifetime lifetime lifetime limited lifetime
Material [shell] 40D polyester taffeta, [lining] 50D peached polyester Pertex Endurance, [lining] Pertex Microlight [face fabric]polyester rip-stop, [lining] polyester taffeta [face fabric] 15D nylon ripstop, [lining] 20D nylon taffeta 50D mini hex polyester ripstop, [core] Atmos foam (urethane) [face fabric] 30D nylon ripstop, DWR finish, [lining] 40D polyester Helium 20D [shell] polyester taffeta, [lining] polyester taffeta [shell] 20D nylon ripstop, DWR [lining] 30D nylon taffeta, DWR [footbox] 40D nylon ripstop Osmo, DWR [face fabric] 100% nylon ripstop, DWR treatment, [lining] 100% polyester Lamina Revamp Ripstop, [lining] 40D polyester [face fabric] nylon ripstop, [lining] polyester taffeta 50D polyester
Recommended Use camping, backpacking camping, alpine backpacking, weekend camping backpacking, weekend camping ultralight backpacking, camping backpacking, weekend camping backpacking backpacking, camping backpacking backpacking, weekend camping winter camping backpacking, weekend camping, winter camping weekend camping
Shape mummy mummy semi-rectangular mummy mummy women's standard mummy mummy mummy mummy rectangular mummy mummy oversized mummy
Stuff Sack yes, compression yes, dry bag compression yes included yes nylon compression yes yes yes polyester ripstop yes nylon yes
Stuff Size 9.5 x 19 in - 9 x 20in - - 7.5 x 15.5in 9 x 8 x 7in 10 x 18in 16 x 9in [petite] 7.5 x 7.5in, [regular] 7.5 x 8.5in 8.5 x 18 in 9in X 20in 13 x 19in
Zipper full-length - full-length, left or right full-length - full-length, left or right full-length 3/4-length, left or right zip left [petite] 60in YKK #5 anti snag locking, [regular] 65in YKK #5 anti snag locking full-length two way -
Foot Circumference - [width] 16 in [petite] 43in, [regular] - - - 20in - [regular] 44in [long] 46in [petite] 43in, [regular] 46in [reg] 39 in, [long] 41 in [regular] 36in, [petite] 34in -
Hip Circumference - [width] 23.2 in [petite] 57in, [regular] - - [regular] 52in - - [regular] 54in [long] 57in [petite] 57in, [regular] 60in [reg] 53 in, [long] 59 in [regular] 56in, [petite] 54in -
Max User Height - 70.9 in [petite] 5ft 6in, [regular] 5ft 10in - - [regular] 5ft 8in [regular] 5ft 7in, [long] 6ft 1in [regular] 5ft 6in, [long] 6ft [regular] 5ft 6in [long] 6ft [petite] 5ft 6in, [regular] 5ft 10in - [regular] 5ft 10in, [petite] 5ft 5in 5ft 8in
Shoulder Circumference - [width] 28.7 in [petite] 63in, [regular] - - [regular] 58in 30in - [regular] 58in [long] 62in [petite] 63in, [regular] 66in [reg] 58 in, [long] 60 in [regular] 56in, [petite] 54in -
Storage Sack - yes, cotton - included - mesh yes - yes mesh - mesh -

Big Agnes Sunbeam Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Synthetic - Women's

With the Big Agnes Sunbeam Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Synthetic you can sleep comfortably on your weekend camping or backpacking trips. It is designed to keep you warm through wet conditions thanks to its water resistant face fabric and lofty synthetic insulation. Additionally, the Sunbeam is designed to stretch to accommodate your 20 to 25in sleeping pad to keep your sleeping kit secure throughout the night for added warmth. The bag is designed to keep you comfortable down to 15 degrees Fahrenheit, but for added warmth, interior fabric loops attach a sleeping bag liner if you plan on being in slightly colder temperatures.

Aside from warmth, the Sunbeam has additional features for comfort and convenience. For starters, it has an anti-snag zipper for a smooth and quick zip. A Free Range Hood and foot box allow you to lift your head and wiggle your feet respectively. Additionally, a pillow barn keeps your pillow secure throughout the night even when you're tossing and turning and an internal hood drawcord provides you with a secure and comfortable fit when its cinched. Finally, when it's time to move camp, the whole bag compresses down small into a stuff sack for convenient transport.

  • Comfortable, packable sleeping bag for backpacking and camping
  • Durable ripstop fabric sheds light moisture for dry comfort
  • Polyester lining is soft against your skin for added comfort
  • FireLine ECO insulation delivers a high weight-to-warmth ratio
  • Flex Pad Sleeve keeps your sleeping pad secure through the night
  • Pillow barn secures your pillow to help achieve uninterrupted sleep
  • Free Range foot box provides room to wiggle feet for extra warmth
  • Stuff and storage sacks provide simple solutions for transport
  • Item #BAG00F4
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    Therm-a-Rest ProLite Sleeping Pad - Women's

    The Women's ProLite Sleeping Pad is Therm-a-Rest's lightest, most compressible three-season self-inflating pad available for backpacking or camping. Its Atmos foam reduces weight, enhances compressibility, and adds warmth with Therm-a-Rest's patent-pending diagonal-cut design. The self-inflating valve gives this pad plenty of cush, and you can add a few extra breaths for customized firmness.

  • Self-inflating Atmos foam
  • Diagonal-cut design
  • Stuff sack included
  • Item #CAS002V
  • We're taking a look at the therm-a-rest pro light plus self inflating sleeping. Pad this is a lightweight and warm self. Inflating pad that offers a lot of comfort and convenience for colder. Weather adventures ski touring or just all-around backpacking let's take a look at its construction some of the materials and some of its features this. Pad is constructed with a 50 d mini hex. Tiptop nylon material on the top side. So it is a very durable but still lightweight material it's also a lot. Softer than some of those super ultra light fabrics so it's going to be a nice quiet pad for when you're sleeping at night on the bottom we have a 50 d. Polyester material so again very soft kind of brushed material they're still. Very durable and pack able on the inside. Of the pad we've got a patent-pending diagonal cut urethane foam it's a really. Thick foam material and there are a lot. Of little pores in that foam you can see them it's actually these raised bumps here that are going to cut down on the weight and allow for a lot of insulation in that foam it also reduces the pack. Size so you can fold this thing up roll it up stuff it into the included stuff. Sack and pack it away for your trip so it's a really convenient blend of materials that make a very lightweight but still very warm pad the thickness is. One and a half inches so it is fairly. Plush in the thickness of the pad that foam is a very comfortable foam and it's. Easy to inflate all you have to do is open the nozzle at the top of the pad to. Get that inflated and the foam essentially sucks in the air and self inflates you certainly might want to top. It off with a few extra breaths just to get your own personalized level of comfort but it is a self-inflating. Mattress so you really don't have to if you don't want to the weight of this pad. Is just around one pound six ounces and. The dimensions are 20 inches wide by 72. Inches long does taper a little bit at the bottom so it won't be that full 20. Inches the whole way down i will mention I'm looking at the regular size here this pad does come in other sizes small. And large so the specs the weights and. The dimensions will change with those pads you can check those out right on our product page so for compressible warmth and convenience while backpacking camping. Ski touring or virtually any adventure. The therm-a-rest pro lite plus self. Inflating sleeping pad is a convenient. Option for your adventures.

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    The North Face Furnace Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Down - Women's

    The North Face Women's Furnace 20 Degree Sleeping Bag is revised to be lighter and roomier than ever for a more comfortable camping experience. Maintaining its three-season versatility, the Furnace 20 Degree Down Bag retains lofty warmth on cold evenings under the stars. Since it's predominately filled with compressible down, the Furnace 20 compactly packs into the included stuff sack for easier carrying.

    It's stuffed with 600-fill ProDown for fiery heat retention when temperatures drop below freezing overnight. Repelling humidity and outside moisture, ProDown uses a hydrophobic down treatment that maintains its lofting power in wet environments. Complementing the ProDown, HeatSeeker insulation is placed along the bottom panel to eliminate cold spots. This synthetic insulation features anti-compression properties to maintain its lofting warmth under your body weight where down would normally falter.

  • Stay toasty on chilly evenings beneath the stars
  • Subtle redesign is lighter and roomier than before
  • Rated to 20F for three-season versatility
  • 600-fill ProDown for high-loft warmth in wet conditions
  • HeatSeeker synthetic along bottom prevents compression
  • Fixed hood and draft tube keep out cold drafts
  • Down insulation meets Responsible Down Standard
  • Item #TNF037C
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    Mountain Hardwear Laminina Z Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Synthetic - Women's

    The Mountain Hardwear Women's Laminina Z Torch 0 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag delivers women-specific warmth for winter camping in a synthetic package with lightweight compressibility that rivals the performance of down. Lamina welded construction anchors continuous insulation to a seamless, water-resistant shell fabric, and it allows the insulation to be selectively zoned to maximize warmth where you need it most while reducing weight and bulk in other areas. The result is a bag that insulates more efficiently while saving weight and packing down smaller. This women's model also packs more insulation than men's bags since women have been proven to sleep at colder temperatures than their male counterparts.

    Lamina Revamp Ripstop fabric offers lightweight durability and water-resistance. Thermal.Q insulation is highly compressible and maintains excellent loft, which, when combined with Lamina construction, rivals the performance of down. And unlike down, Thermal.Q will continue to insulate even if it gets wet. A slight wider mummy cut allows you wear layers to bed when it's truly frigid outside. The comfort footbox lets your feet rest in a natural position, and the full-length zipper sports double sliders for adjustable ventilation. If you're planning on camping when snow blankets the ground, make sure you have the Lamina Z Blaze on your side.

  • Lamina Revamp Ripstop fabric
  • 40D polyester lining
  • Thermal.Q insulation
  • Welded Lamina construction
  • Slightly wider, winter mummy cut
  • Ergonomic draft collar
  • Comfort footbox
  • Item #MHW00MI
  • Hey everyone this is david woman and today I'm going to do a review of this mountain hardwear torch lamina z. Sleeping bag and it's a five-degree bag. And it's about 70 up so I'm a little. Warm right now mo toasty a little ready. To get out Oh. All right so in case you missed it this. Is the mountain hardwear torch lam ZEE which is the men's version of their five. Degree Fahrenheit sleeping bag overall i want to say i really like this bag and i would keep it. Except for one factor which I'll talk about later and but it's been I've had. It for almost a year now it's been across the u.s. with me japan in snow storms it's been in summer. It's been in a living room lots of aluminum and i can fairly accurately. Attest that it's a great sleeping bag i put it through the wringer for sure I'm going to start with a few things that i do like about it first of. All i do like the brand mountain hardwear and i do like the color. Important i do also like one thing i liked about. It is the welded pam construction now if. You know anything about baffle construction in these kind of products is anywhere that is if you don't well. Depending on the kind of construction typically if it's sewn then you're going to have this spot where the two fabrics meet together for the zone and it's a spot where he can easily escape. Because there's very few barriers by doing the welded you end up having loft all the way through the bag which is really nice less heat escapes that way i. Do like the zippers have been very good it's a large ykk zipper. And the air guard on the zipper does. Occasionally get stuck but I'm not going to call it a complaint because it's pretty minor it's got one strap that. Goes from the outside and then swings towards the inside so you can access it. From either side it is a double zipper so if you tend to get hot feet at night. You can unzip this and stick your feet out the bottom or for airing it out or. However you want to use that and it is a. Double zipper the velcro around the neck. I haven't had any issues with some people typically complain about that on. Sleeping bags that use velcro i haven't had an issue with that granted i don't use it a ton typically i just zip it up. But i haven't issues with it some things i don't really like about this pag and take this. With a grain of salt because they're not huge issues to me like i said i have the. Only reason I'm not going to keep it is for one reason and it's not one of these so i don't really like the fit of it now. That's something that i should have looked into more when i got this bag and it's something that i just didn't know at the time or thing to consider but just because something is a mummy bag does not mean it's going to fit you exactly the same every manufacturer has. A different fit and sizing chart and this bag in particular is quite broad. And has a lots of space in it which is great if you want to move around and twist a lot but for me I'm typically. Looking for something that is compressible small and holds in my. Warmth really well so i need to look more carefully next time at a bag fits me really well this one just has a lot. Of space around the shoulders and even the head when we cinch it up I've still got a bunch of dead air space next to my head and it's just unnecessary energy. Being wasted and heat being wasted so. That's that's my fault not necessarily the bags thing just something to know it seems to be a little bit wider than other bags to things that don't really like about this bag the drawstring the. Drawstring is difficult in my opinion it. Is a elastic shock cord which isn't. Necessarily a bad thing but the actual mechanism itself is a very stiff spring which is hard to open especially when. You're tired but also i think more. Importantly i don't like the angle of it some bags put it on the inside so that. You can easily access it but if you're all zipped up they're nice and cozy and snuggly for the night it's really. Difficult to kind of reach out through the neck and tighten things it's just. It's just difficult and it's stiff i don't know I'm not a big fan of the draw cord i wish it was on the inside and i wish it was a little easier to adjust that's just me also they have this. Zipper on the outside a very small. Little pouch good for like a cell phone. I use it for well use it i would use it. For a camera or like camera batteries. Sorry not a full camera a camera batteries or by phone to keep it warm at. Night so that the batteries don't end up going kaput well that would be great except that. They put it on the outside of the bag on the outside of the insulation which means your body heat doesn't keep it warm and there's nothing from the outside keeping it warm so basically anything you put in this bag is going to. Be freezing by morning and so that doesn't do me any good for me personally i would prefer it was on me inside then. It might have some use that's pretty. Much it oh the one thing dun-dun-dun the one. Reason I'm not going to keep this bag for too much longer is compressibility and that's not necessarily the bags fault it's just because of what i do a lot of backpacking and hiking and i. Need something more compressible because this guy even at its smallest point with. Me sitting on it and squeezing the life. Out of it doesn't really fit into my 70 liter backpack very well and so it's. Just not a good fit for me if you're. Doing a lot of car camping this may still be a great bag and I'd recommend it but if your goal is ultra light and small i would not recommend this bag all. Things considering i suppose that being. A synthetic 5 degree bags it compresses. Pretty well but i know it's a little big. For me it does come with its own compression sack which is great and its own storage bag closet storage bag the. Compression sack i will say is well fitted to the bag i do like that is if. You buy another one you're actually not going to get it any smaller they pretty much made the compression sack to be at. Its smallest point which i do like a lot so a well-fitted compression sack and a. Nice storage bag those come with it i do like that i do like the bag i would. Recommend someone else i won't be keeping it for much longer because I'm going to get a nice down one and that. Will compress a little bit more and be better suited for my adventures but. Overall this is a great bag you can find. More info about it on mountain hardwear's website or like rei website as far as actual weight and. Fill weight and it is a synthetic now. Down i don't know if i mentioned that and it's a good bag it's a good bag i. Would definitely recommend us if you guys have questions feel free as always. To drop a comment below i typically respond to those within a couple days and sometimes even post a follow-up video if i feel the need and so please. Do that and subscribe for more reviews and adventure vlogs that will be coming and photo shoot stuffs and etc yada. Yada and now I'm rambling so until next. Time has a good one get outside and. I'll see you then.

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    Big Agnes Daisy Mae Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Down - Women's

    The Big Agnes Daisy Mae 0 Degree Down Sleeping Bag offers warmth and roomy space to keep you comfortable on your backpacking trip while being highly compressible so as not to take up too much room in your pack. Its face fabric and warm down insulation are both water-resistant for wet conditions while the streamlined silhouette provides thermal efficiency for a comfortable night's sleep. A Pillow Barn prevents your pillow from slipping around while you sleep, or, if you're really pressed for space, you can load all your extra layers in instead of bringing along a bulky pillow.

  • A lightweight sleeping bag for cold weather backpacking trips
  • Streamlined, rectangular shaped bag offers ample thermal regulation
  • DownTek insulation retains insulation properties in wet conditions
  • Pillow Barn keeps your pillow or extra layers tucked in all night
  • Flex Pad Sleeve accommodates multiple pad widths for stay-put sleep
  • Free Range Hood provides you the freedom to lift your head
  • Free Range foot-box allows wiggle room for your feet for warmth
  • Big Agnes has spent 15 years exploring the ins and outs of camping
  • Item #BAG00EY
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    Eureka Spero 20 Sleeping Bag: 22 Degree Synthetic - Women's

    Designed with a trim, performance shape and shingle style construction, the Eureka Women's Spero 20 Sleeping Bag: 22 Degree Synthetic travels far and packs light without sacrificing a comfy night's sleep. The 40D polyester taffeta shell fabric offers durable protection against the wear and tear of the trail, while the Eureka! Synthesis synthetic insulation delivers cozy sleeping situations in temps as low as 22-degrees Fahrenheit. A full-length, insulated zipper draft tube with anti-snag guard prevents unwanted cold air from sneaking in, while the peached polyester lining has a warm-to-touch feel. The anatomic hood ensures that no space is wasted and is insulated along with the chin baffle to stop precious warmth from escaping. When morning time rolls around and it's time to pack up, the stuff sack compresses for a super easy carry down the trail.

  • Polyester shell fabric (40D)
  • Peached polyester lining (50D)
  • Eureka! Synthesis synthetic insulation
  • Anatomic hood design
  • Insulated hood and chin baffle
  • Draft tube
  • Internal pocket
  • Compression stuff sack included
  • Item #ERK001W
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    The North Face Guide 20 Synthetic Sleeping Bag - Women's

    You're a chilly sleeper, so you need help staying toasty even when you're camping in the summer. The North Face Women's Guide 20 Synthetic Sleeping Bag is your ticket to a cozy night in your tent, as it locks in your body heat with Heatseeker Guide insulation. These synthetic fibers are placed using cyclone construction that maximizes heat-saving efficiency, and they won't lose their insulating properties if they get wet. Features like the fitted hood and draft collar keep cool air from sneaking in to give you chills, and the Guide has retaining loops to keep you on your pad for extra insulation. The included compression sack helps you pack the bag down so that it'll fit easily into your car or pack, saving room for all of the other layers you brought just in case the temperatures drop.

  • Sleeping bag for camping and backpacking
  • Heatseeker Guide insulates you against the cold
  • Durable materials resist abrasions and tears
  • Draft collar keeps cold air out
  • Mummy shape maximizes heat efficiency
  • Pad-retaining loops keep you in place
  • Compression and storage sacks included
  • Item #TNF04BV
  • On this week's episode of tech review tuesday we're going to take a look at. The north faces aleutian synthetic. Sleeping bags for men and women what's up journey airs welcome to our channel if you are new. Make sure you hit the subscribe button down below and make sure you hit the notification bell so you don't miss out on any awesome videos we have coming up if you are new to our tech review. Tuesdays welcome we are so glad to have. You here if you haven't checked out some of our other videos we'll put them on the screen somewhere for you to check it out we are so excited about this travel series because we want to showcase some of the products that we use on our travel videos so that you can make the. Best decisions when you go to travel or. Itself if you're interested in getting. Any of our gear that we feature on our tech review tuesday please check out our amazon affiliate link which is going to be located in the description box below part of the proceeds will go to help us. So one of the most important items in. Camping gear that you need is your. Sleeping bag absolutely let me tell you. What i know what it's like to be miserable without one what do we mean by that well let's take a look morning yes he slept for an hour today. Good morning kelsey i didn't pay more. Than two hours of sleep i think i didn't. Miss a little bit it's about 3 a.m. and. I'm, and she's what do you want me to do. Just we're gonna spoon. 20 minutes later i finally stop stirring, but she was chu shivering dude, so we were both like really rough night. For us it was pretty terrible first time. In yellowstone camping my first 70s gone camping and i was absolutely miserable so let me tell you what when. This sleeping bag came around the next year i was happy. Yeah i think it was a little bit different it was a entirely so these. Sleeping bags retail for about 100 to 180 and i know that may seem a little. Pricey for a sleeping bag but it is a hundred and twenty-seven percent worth it and I've had mine for going on three. Years now, and we use them a lot obviously they come in immense, and they. Come in a women's the men's i have a 35. They also have a 20 degree and the. Women's is a 35, and they also have a 20. Degree the men's the 20 degree comes in. A nice blue and i think it's like a great spy rubber quickly and the women's. Is more of what you say kind of look good turquoise like a darker blue yeah. It's like a darker blue also a gray. And obviously these are orange women's. Actually has a updated one called the. Women's north face cat's meow which is. Literally pretty much the newer version of the aleutian for the women's side the guy still does the men's solution i think the cat's meow sounds a little bit better to them than solution exactly. The same features as this sleeping bags different color just different color and a different this is all personal preference depending on what degree you want some people like higher degrees some people like lower i should like the higher degree because i get extremely hot really fast i personally like. Lower degree as in the 20 because i get. Cooled very easily so the 20 degree is perfect for me because i don't have to freeze yeah and the only difference pretty much is how thick it's gonna be alright guys, so we're gonna tell you a little bit about the different features of the sleeping bag so first feature is. These are mummy style sleeping bags what. Does that mean they do exactly that. That your head the whole purpose of it is to have as little exposure for air to come in to freeze you out, so we as well. Have these little things that actually tighten around your head yes right by your head if you tighten so it's nice. And close but this keeps it in a nice cocoon shape so you feel all good and snuggly this is a 30% down synthetic and. They call it the heat seeker eco. Synthetic pretty much what that means is it's gonna stay lightweight but it's gonna keep you warm all the sleeping bags have double zipper on each side one. Into one that's on the men's and women's but there is a difference there is a. Short zipper which is on the left side for me and then a long zipper which is on the right side for me and that's just your preference you can get the different zippers you get opposite basically the purpose of the zippers on both side is to give you that feel that you're at home in bed so basically you. Could zip it up all the way keep all the heat in or you could unzip it to about to this point where it goes about like right underneath there and then zip it on zip. It down on the other side and then you can fold it down so it kind of gives you that like you're under the covers kind of feel so that's the purpose of that and it's really nice to have just kind. Of feel like you can breathe a little bit more too but sometimes a little too snug absolutely depending on what season these are a three season sleeping bag. That is another feature these are not meant for deep winter you know like. Mount everest you're not gonna stay warm in those okay these are meant for spring summer fall you can pretty much get away with any trip that you go on we have done these in 10,000 feet in 20 degrees and stayed completely warm oh these zipper goes all the way around too almost. Basically the other side of the sleeping bag so what's great about the foot section is that it kinda has this square. Shape at the bottom so that it lays flat so you don't have like just yeah you. Don't have access room for it flop all over the place when you're sleeping it's gonna stay completely center so what's great is you can unzip it and give yourself so a little bit of breathing room for your feet and that is a great feature that's a great feature for summer camping when you still want to feel snugly but you kind of feel like. You're getting in a hotbox usually just pop the feet open and you're good other. Think you can zip it like we said all the way and just lay it flats and you can. Literally have it as a blanket we have done that multiple times so one of my. The Biggest dislikes for my bag is i know. Exactly it is so warm and that's not the. Dislike the dislike is because it's the. Lower temperature sleeping bag so the. 20-degree one it's thicker so it does. Not compact easy and that is the biggest. Think i do not like about this thinking value i have to stuff it stuffs. That it takes two people with mine yes and you've got it with one to start. Weight where i grow good on my own but it is that i mean i love this sleeping. Bag but i hate that part am i just like I'm just limited on how cold i can put. Myself back country situations so be it only. Being 35 degrees i do get warm a lot but i can only go so far before i get fruits for me just realizing that it is limited in that. Since that i can't push the boundaries all the way to really do some winter camping that that will really so if you're looking for some car camping or just some local camping i would totally recommend this big sleeping bag is great. For if you want to go to yellowstone and. You just stay at a campsite and you pull your car right up tetons she's done some. Backcountry with it just know because it's bigger it's gonna take up a little bit more room in your back yeah i would totally recommend this one for that but if you're looking for back country camping i would recommend a smaller one. But the problem is you're going deep. Into the mountain your argument just depends on the time of year like this you can get away with probably about sixty seventy percent of a year but if. You're getting into higher elevation it's gonna be cold 35 degrees they can cut it for you so you got to go to 20 thank you guys so much for checking out. Our page and coming along another tech review tuesday with us we had a blast. Featuring the north face men's and. Women's aleutian sleeping bag remember the women's now it's called big cats yeah guys if you want to purchase one of. These sleeping bags the link is below make sure you hit our link helps us out. So we can continue doing more videos like this please subscribe to our channel so you don't miss out on anymore awesome videos we are coming give us a big like and tell us what your favorite sleeping bag is in the comment below also another. Shameless plug we have merchandise that is also in a. Link in the description below coffee mugs bees hats t-shirts long sleeves can't go. 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    Big Agnes Blue Lake Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Synthetic - Women's

    When those early winter weekends call to you, add the 25-degree Blue Lake sleeping bag from Big Agnes to your pack. Weighing in under 3lb, this sleeping bag sheds grams—not to mention saves space—so you can throw in an extra liter of water or a thermal liner for cooler temps. If temperatures do fall and inclement weather insues, hydrophobic synthetic fibers help keep you warm if your tent leaks or you wake up snuggling the condensation-laiden sidewall of your tent. You can also leave the tent at home to enjoy uninterrupted nighttime views while abrasion resistant material protects the bag from tears on twigs or rocks.

  • Mummy sleeping bag for backpacking and camping
  • 25-degree rating signals adventure after the leaves change
  • Light enough for trips deep into the wilderness
  • Nylon ripstop prevents minor tears when sleeping under the stars
  • Synthetic insulation holds heat when wet
  • Fit specific for the contours of women’s bodies
  • Item #BAG00FK
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    NEMO Equipment Inc. Aya 15 Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Down - Women's

    The Aya series consists of Nemo's ultralight bags for backpacking, and although it's ultralight, the Women's Aya 15 Sleeping Bag is packed to the gills with features. Its 800 fill-down insulation has one of the highest fill ratings to bring warmth without the weight, and Nemo treated it with Nikwax for hydrophobic properties that help the down retain its lofty warmth in moist environments. The shell and lining are also treated with durable water-resistance, and the hood and footbox have Osmo waterproofing for extra protection from wet weather and damp tents. The Kavu also features Nemo's clever Thermo Gills that drastically amplify ventilation for sufficient thermal regulation if you get too warm.

  • Ultralight sleeping bag with modern features for backpacking
  • 800-fill down insulation has as temperature rating of 15F
  • Nikwax hydrophobic treatment maintains lofty warmth in moisture
  • DWR-treated shell and Osmo waterproof footbox for weather protection
  • Thermo Gills provide ventilated thermal regulation
  • Item #NEM008N
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    Rab Andes 800 Sleeping Bag: -8 Degree Down - Women's

    In unsurprising news, winter's cold, especially at night. That's why Rab designed the Andes 800 Women's -8 Degree Down Sleeping Bag to keep you warm during all but the most frigid winter nights. With Pertex Endurance and Microlight fabrics sandwiching water-resistant 800-fill European goose down, the Andes can handle high-altitude camping and winter mountaineering without condensation turning it into a soggy, cold mess.

    The longitudinal torso and foot baffles are designed with Flowgate technology to keep the down evenly distributed, while the drawcord hood incorporates neck and face baffles and a collar to seal your mug up tight against the chill. The 3/4-length YKK zipper comes with anti-snag tape to make zipping up and down hassle-free, and there's even an internal zippered stash pocket to help you stay organized. As a bonus, the whole shebang packs small and weighs just over three pounds, making it as easy to carry on serious winter excursions and long backpacking trips as it is on one-night alpine bivvies.

  • Pertex Endurance outer fabric
  • Pertex Microlight lining
  • 800-fill hydrophobic European goose down
  • Longitudinal chest baffles with internal Flowgate technology
  • Zippered stash pocket
  • Close-fitting neck baffle design
  • Includes dry bag compression stuff sack and cotton storage sack
  • Item #RAB00BF
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    Kelty Tru.Comfort 20 Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Synthetic - Women's

    You have a lot of camping trips on your checklist, featuring destinations as diverse as Southern California and South Dakota. Sleep comfortably no matter where you're laying your head down for the night with the Kelty Women's Tru.Comfort 20 Sleeping Bag. Ideal for car camping trips and cross-country epics, it features an innovative Tru.Comfort design that lets you customize your level of warmth and a synthetic insulation that can withstand the soggiest environments.

    Tru.Comfort features a built-in insulated blanket underneath the main flap, so you can open up the main portion of the sleeping bag on warmer nights without completely exposing yourself to the cold or chilly drafts. When nights fall on the colder side of the spectrum, cozy up under both layers and cinch down the adjustable hood for maximum warmth. Giving you even more control is the Comfort-Tuck zipper system, which lets you unzip the bottom of the bag so you can stick your feet out for cooling relief, while still remaining comfortably tucked into the bag. And since the ThermaPro insulation offers excellent compressibility, it's easy to keep this bag stashed and ready to go in your camping kit at all times.

  • Weekend camping sleeping bag focused on comfort and warmth
  • 50D polyester outer holds up to repeated wear and tear
  • Thermapro insulation traps body heat and compresses effectively
  • Oversized mummy shape allows for tossing and turning if necessary
  • Sleeping pad security loops keeps you centered on your pad
  • Oversized hood with adjustment blends comfort and warmth
  • Built in blanket further boosts comfort and warmth on cold nights
  • Item #KEL00AN
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    Mountain Hardwear Lamina Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Synthetic - Women's

    If you're a fair-weather camper looking for a solid backpacking bag that can handle the unexpected, the Mountain Hardwear Lamina 30 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag is your jam. This ultralight mummy bag weighs next to nothing for a synthetic bag, so you can certainly take it on that week-long trip you've got planned this summer. Plus, this synthetic fill isn't like most. Sure, it does that nice thing where it won't lose its loft if it gets wet—plus the nylon face fabric is treated to shed light moisture—but the Thermal.Q fill is designed to be nearly as light and packable as down.

    The Lamina sleeping bag gets its name from the unique welded baffles that make up its design. By directly linking the synthetic insulation to the shell, cold spots are eliminated and heat-trapping loft is enhanced. The hood and draft collar are also designed to efficiently seal in the warmth, and the women's standard mummy construction is shaped and insulated specifically to add warmth where ladies need it. But don't worry, if you get a little warm in the middle of the night, the two-way zipper can be opened at the feet to let in some cool air.

  • An ultralight mummy bag for warm-weather backcountry trips
  • Synthetic insulation reliably insulates even when damp
  • Water-repellent finish sheds unexpected rain showers or spills
  • Unique Lamina welded baffles enhance loft and eliminate cold spots
  • Shaped draft collar and tailored hood block drafts and trap heat
  • Contoured foot box creates a natural space for toasty toes
  • Glow-in-the-dark zip pull provides easy use in the night
  • Item #MHW01DC
  • Hey everyone this is david woman and today I'm going to do a review of this mountain hardwear torch lamina z. Sleeping bag and it's a five-degree bag. And it's about 70 up so I'm a little. Warm right now mo toasty a little ready. To get out Oh. All right so in case you missed it this. Is the mountain hardwear torch lam ZEE which is the men's version of their five. Degree Fahrenheit sleeping bag overall i want to say i really like this bag and i would keep it. Except for one factor which I'll talk about later and but it's been I've had. It for almost a year now it's been across the u.s. with me japan in snow storms it's been in summer. It's been in a living room lots of aluminum and i can fairly accurately. Attest that it's a great sleeping bag i put it through the wringer for sure I'm going to start with a few things that i do like about it first of. All i do like the brand mountain hardwear and i do like the color. Important i do also like one thing i liked about. It is the welded pam construction now if. You know anything about baffle construction in these kind of products is anywhere that is if you don't well. Depending on the kind of construction typically if it's sewn then you're going to have this spot where the two fabrics meet together for the zone and it's a spot where he can easily escape. Because there's very few barriers by doing the welded you end up having loft all the way through the bag which is really nice less heat escapes that way i. Do like the zippers have been very good it's a large ykk zipper. And the air guard on the zipper does. Occasionally get stuck but I'm not going to call it a complaint because it's pretty minor it's got one strap that. Goes from the outside and then swings towards the inside so you can access it. From either side it is a double zipper so if you tend to get hot feet at night. You can unzip this and stick your feet out the bottom or for airing it out or. However you want to use that and it is a. Double zipper the velcro around the neck. I haven't had any issues with some people typically complain about that on. Sleeping bags that use velcro i haven't had an issue with that granted i don't use it a ton typically i just zip it up. But i haven't issues with it some things i don't really like about this pag and take this. With a grain of salt because they're not huge issues to me like i said i have the. Only reason I'm not going to keep it is for one reason and it's not one of these so i don't really like the fit of it now. That's something that i should have looked into more when i got this bag and it's something that i just didn't know at the time or thing to consider but just because something is a mummy bag does not mean it's going to fit you exactly the same every manufacturer has. A different fit and sizing chart and this bag in particular is quite broad. And has a lots of space in it which is great if you want to move around and twist a lot but for me I'm typically. Looking for something that is compressible small and holds in my. Warmth really well so i need to look more carefully next time at a bag fits me really well this one just has a lot. Of space around the shoulders and even the head when we cinch it up I've still got a bunch of dead air space next to my head and it's just unnecessary energy. Being wasted and heat being wasted so. That's that's my fault not necessarily the bags thing just something to know it seems to be a little bit wider than other bags to things that don't really like about this bag the drawstring the. Drawstring is difficult in my opinion it. Is a elastic shock cord which isn't. Necessarily a bad thing but the actual mechanism itself is a very stiff spring which is hard to open especially when. You're tired but also i think more. Importantly i don't like the angle of it some bags put it on the inside so that. You can easily access it but if you're all zipped up they're nice and cozy and snuggly for the night it's really. Difficult to kind of reach out through the neck and tighten things it's just. It's just difficult and it's stiff i don't know I'm not a big fan of the draw cord i wish it was on the inside and i wish it was a little easier to adjust that's just me also they have this. Zipper on the outside a very small. Little pouch good for like a cell phone. I use it for well use it i would use it. For a camera or like camera batteries. Sorry not a full camera a camera batteries or by phone to keep it warm at. Night so that the batteries don't end up going kaput well that would be great except that. They put it on the outside of the bag on the outside of the insulation which means your body heat doesn't keep it warm and there's nothing from the outside keeping it warm so basically anything you put in this bag is going to. Be freezing by morning and so that doesn't do me any good for me personally i would prefer it was on me inside then. It might have some use that's pretty. Much it oh the one thing dun-dun-dun the one. Reason I'm not going to keep this bag for too much longer is compressibility and that's not necessarily the bags fault it's just because of what i do a lot of backpacking and hiking and i. Need something more compressible because this guy even at its smallest point with. Me sitting on it and squeezing the life. Out of it doesn't really fit into my 70 liter backpack very well and so it's. Just not a good fit for me if you're. Doing a lot of car camping this may still be a great bag and I'd recommend it but if your goal is ultra light and small i would not recommend this bag all. Things considering i suppose that being. A synthetic 5 degree bags it compresses. Pretty well but i know it's a little big. For me it does come with its own compression sack which is great and its own storage bag closet storage bag the. Compression sack i will say is well fitted to the bag i do like that is if. You buy another one you're actually not going to get it any smaller they pretty much made the compression sack to be at. Its smallest point which i do like a lot so a well-fitted compression sack and a. Nice storage bag those come with it i do like that i do like the bag i would. Recommend someone else i won't be keeping it for much longer because I'm going to get a nice down one and that. Will compress a little bit more and be better suited for my adventures but. Overall this is a great bag you can find. More info about it on mountain hardwear's website or like rei website as far as actual weight and. Fill weight and it is a synthetic now. Down i don't know if i mentioned that and it's a good bag it's a good bag i. Would definitely recommend us if you guys have questions feel free as always. To drop a comment below i typically respond to those within a couple days and sometimes even post a follow-up video if i feel the need and so please. Do that and subscribe for more reviews and adventure vlogs that will be coming and photo shoot stuffs and etc yada. Yada and now I'm rambling so until next. Time has a good one get outside and. I'll see you then.

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    Mountain Equipment Helium 400 Sleeping Bag: 27 Degree Down - Women's

    Your spring trip to Moab features warm, sunny days, but the nights can get surprisingly chilly; that's where the Mountain Equipment Women's Helium 400 27 Degree Down Sleeping Bag comes in handy. Stuffed with 700-fill down insulation, you keep you warm long after the sun dips below the horizon, and it packs down small—leaving extra space for much-needed water. It also comes with a waterproof stuff sack, so if any of those bladders leak, your fluffy down stays safe. This insulation is wrapped in Helium 20D, a lightweight fabric that offers wind-resistant protection, so if your MO is sleeping without a tent, you need not worry about a midnight breeze. At less than two pounds, the Helium 400 leaves you with plenty of energy to carry on through the dry, red-cliffed landscapes that you'll remember for the rest of your life.

  • An ultralight sleeping bag for spring and summer backpacking
  • Lofty duck down offers incredible warmth-to-weight ratio
  • Lightweight shell fabric saves weight and protects against wind
  • Magnetic closure secures the draft collar on chillier nights
  • Full-length zipper allows you to vent out air when you're too warm
  • Included stuff-sack provides waterproof protection on the trail
  • Item #MEQ008U
  • Hi I'm erin work i work at our in our sport in dunedin and I'm gonna talk about the helium sleeping bag by about an equipment it's 100% goose down super high lock. Really warm takes you down to about zero degrees so it works great for a hot works great for a tent I've been using it all summer and all fall and it's been fantastic really soft on the inside. Really nice foot box to keep your feet warm and the best part is it fits into this wee tiny bag so you can throw it into your day pack and not have to take a huge package it's great for travelling great for tramping.

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