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Your new best friend in wet high-country weather.

The tough, packable, and awesomely warm Ultralamina 15 Synthetic Sleeping Bag features Mountain Hardwear's patented Lamina construction for more efficient heat retention and serious weight savings. Ideal for backpacking through alpine climates in wet (or dry) conditions.
  • Welded Lamina construction eliminates cold spots around seams, facilitates quicker drying, and ensures consistent loft throughout the bag
  • Snug-fitting performance mummy cut maximizes warmth and minimizes bulk in your pack
  • Dual-sided zippers offer customizable ventilation and easy in-and-out
  • Face gasket and tailored hood deter intruding drafts and lock in heat

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January in Vermont

I purchased this bag November 2012 and have used it in every season camping in Vermont since then; the coldest January 2013 and spent two nights at - 5 F. Very comfortable and highly recommend.

Can anyone explain the difference between...

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Can anyone explain the difference between warmth ratings for this bag: European Norm Lower Comfort Rating 19 F, European Norm Comfort Rating 30 F and Degree 15 F ? Is it a fifteen degree bag or not?

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The European ratings are a standardized rating system that is based on comfort levels of men and women at different temperatures. The Norm Comfort Rating is the maximum temperature that the bag is comfortable at for a standard male, the Lower limit rating is the lowest comfortable temperature for a standard male sleeping in a curled position.

In short, the ratings are different (15 degree stated vs 19 degree European Norm) in that the 15 degree isn't defined by a standardized system. This is the way that 75% of the bags sold in the US are rated, so if it says 15 degree, it'll be as close to a 15 degree bag as any other that is called such.

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Thanks Matt. That clears up a lot.

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Hello,
What is the difference between the...

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Hello,
What is the difference between the insulation Thermic Micro and the Thermal G. from the Ultralamina Thermal Q?
What are the difference between those two sleeping bag?
Thank you,
Gilles Gloaguen

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Sa-weet!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This bag has it all; Warmth, light weight, compressible. A solid synthetic bag. The addition of a full length zipper was a great improvement by MH, allows for more versatile use in warmer weather.

Are the zippers on both sides only 1/4 or...

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Are the zippers on both sides only 1/4 or 1/2 zips? The 2012 model has a zipper that goes all the way down. Is this is 2012 version?

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http://www.mountainhardwear.com/UltraLamina%E2%84%A2-15-Women%27s-%28Regular%29/OU8461_R,default,pd.html

Here is a link to MH's explanation of the bag. This is the 2012 version.

Hope this was helpful :D

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They are half zips and this is 2012 inventory.