A bag that adapts as you gain elevation or see changing weather.

Mountain temperatures, even in summer, can often drop by twenty degrees overnight. Mountain Hardware designed the Down Flip Sleeping Bag with two different levels of insulation so you don’t have to worry about unanticipated cold fronts during your summer trek. Although both sides feature 600-Fill down, one side provides you with an insulated temperature rating of 50 degrees Fahrenheit, while flipping the bag over provides protection rated down to 35 degrees Fahrenheit .

  • The rectangle provides plenty of space for a comfortable night outdoors—especially for sleepers known for tossing and turning
  • Durable Hi-Five nylon ripstop shell features a water-repellent coating to prevent moisture from getting inside and ruining your night
  • Insulated draft tube and adjustable chest drawcord reduce loss of heat on colder nights
  • Unzips all the way to the footbox, so you can lay the bag flat like a blanket, or zip it together with another rectangular bag for a trip with company
  • Zippered chest pocket holds a headlamp or other small nightly essentials

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Do you know if Mt. hardware down flip...

Do you know if Mt. hardware down flip sleeping bags you have are left or right zipper? I'm looking for a right.

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can you tell me if the Mt. Hardware Down...

can you tell me if the Mt. Hardware Down Flip sleeping bags you have in stock are left or right zippers? I'm looking for a right to match up.

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Nice bag!

I enjoyed sleeping in this bag. It was quite nice and toasty on a night in the 40's. I packed it in an 8L dry sack but it could be compressed more.

will 2 of these zip together? if so will...

will 2 of these zip together? if so will 1 down and 1 synthetic zip together?

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It will work with the synthetic one that backcountry also sells, and maybe other mhw rectangular bags.