Light and warm―now you're cooking.
Lightweight and toasty-warm, the Mountain Hardwear Hibachi 32 Degree Down Sleeping Bag is ready for quick ascents or blazing across the countryside three seasons out of the year. With Q.Shield high-tech water-resistant down, you'll stay dry, and thus warm, in its lofty embrace; the draft tube, eight-baffle hood, and face gasket ensures the warmth stays put.
- Rated to 32°F for reliable warmth in spring, summer, fall, or mild winter weather conditions
- Premium Q.Shield 600-fill down insulation offers excellent warmth-to-weight ratio, extra loft for supreme warmth, and water-resistance on individual fibers
- Water-resistance ensures down maintains its insulative quality
- Comfort mummy cut efficiently maintains warmth without physical restriction
- Comfort footbox allows natural foot positioning for maximum warmth and easy movement
- Tight, five-inch baffle spacing maximizes loft and prevents dead space
- Durable High-Five 30D nylon ripstop shell protects against wear, tear, and weather
- Light, durable 30D nylon taffeta lining feels soft and smooth next to skin
- Face gasket prevents cold from creeping in around the hood
- Eight-baffle hood design maintains even loft around head for consistent, head-hugging warmth
- Insulated draft tube with anti-snag panel prevents cold from sneaking in at zipper
- Lightweight two-way zipper allows easy exit and entry
- One-handed drawcords make adjustments quick and easy
- Stuffs into an included 7 by 13 inch stuff sack for compact transport
- Includes storage sack
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What year is this bag? The current model...
What year is this bag? The current model is $300, so I am just wondering what version this is. THanks!
This is the 2013 model of the Hibachi
Is this bag truly warm at 32 degrees? I...
Is this bag truly warm at 32 degrees? I generally camp lake-side with a tarp, so it can be damp (but not wet) and cool overnight. Sometimes I use just the hammock / pad and a bag. How well will this bag work for that?
The comfort rating for this bag is 39 degrees F. The lower limit rating is 6 degrees F. I would say a lot of how you will feel in this bag at 32 degrees will depend on if you tend to get cold while sleeping or not. This bag will work fine in damp environments since the down will not hold onto moisture. With a pad I expect you will be fine at 32 degrees. In a hammock you might get a little cold since there is nothing underneath you to insulate you from the air, that is unless you put your pad in the hammock.