Blue Wolf Down Sleeping Bag
This sleeping bag offers extreme warmth and is designed to keep you insulated from the cold and retain your body heat in extreme cold weather conditions.
The temperature at which a person will have a comfortable night's sleep.Transition
The lowest temperature at which a person might have a comfortable night's sleep.Extreme
This is an extreme survival rating temperature only and it is not for general use.Ratings are based on a person wearing a baselayer and beanie while sleeping on 2.5 cm thick foam pad.
Down is natures lightest and best form of insulation. Being a natural product, it is the best performing high loft insulation on the market. It is warmer, lighter and more compact than any other insulation and effectively traps body heat to keep you warm.
- Differentially cut (outer is cut bigger than inner) 3-Dimensional construction
- Overfilled chest and foot sections
- Built-in cowl and oversized inside hood ensures a snug fit
- Twin collar baffle for maximum heat retention
- Tested on Mt. Everest
- Available in large size (10 cm longer and 8 cm wider)
- Shell fabric: 40D 290T Mini R/S Nylon with white milky coating 3K/3K (breathability and waterproof).
- Lining: 50D 320T Micro Poly D/P by construction.
Comfort temperature rating
Transition temperature rating
Extreme temperature rating
225 x 82/55 cm
22 x 39 cm
Insulation fill weight
Down 92/8 Ratio
Microtex Ripstop Nylon
Ykk pull zips
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"Blue wolf Down Sleeping Bag"
I bought one of these bags some time back in the late 90s, and used it quite a few times here in Namibia, at a place called Seeic temp went down to -14 and a wind was super chilly. I was sleeping on a stretcher in the open stare gazing, this sleeping bag was so hot I had to open it up to cool down. Also used it in New Zealand where we did a winter mountain clime it was surer cold and still was to warm. This is a seriously great pice of kit. Still trying to find a challenge for this sleeping bag.
Dieter, 15 Jan 2021
"Blue Wolf Down Sleeping Bag"
Good day, We spent 3 weeks in Nepal in November, one week above 5000m and temperatures regularly dropped to below -10 degrees with some nights to -15 degrees. The sleeping bag was stunning and can only be recommended. there was not one time when we actually got cold and most of the period, the sleeping bag was not even closed! this is a serious sleeping bag for serious temperatures!
Michael Feldmann, 01 Mar 2020