A technical women’s bag that’s actually designed for a woman.
- Welded baffles eliminate cold spots and decrease the overall weight
- Lofty Thermic Micro synthetic insulation provides ample warmth even when wet
- Dual side zippers let you wear the bag on cold mornings while you cook or sort gear
- Face gasket and tailored hood seal in warmth
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How is this bag for backpacking? Is it...
How is this bag for backpacking? Is it light and small?
It weighs a little more than a typical backpacker. And it won't compress as well as a down model. But it stuffs down pretty small (8"X12" ish). That won't take up much room in a multi-day pack.
Mountain Hardwear Ultralamina 15 Sleeping Bag makes my niece super happy
I bought this for my Niece for her 18th birthday cause she loves to camp but always gets cold in her old cheap bag. Now her only complaint is she always gets hot HaHa go figure. It is really easy for her to regulate the heat though with the dual zippers so she can pull the bag straight down instead of throwing it to the side like the mono zips.
I asked her If I could use it to just yard camp one night to try it out and I was impressed. The bag is very comfortable and the dual zips helped me out a lot because I also get really warm when I sleep. Material is very durable and seams are all sewn great. Looks like we got a winner here.
I'm french and i would like to know...
I'm french and i would like to know what is the max user heigt fort regular and long (man and woman for ultralamina 15)
Typically regular bags (at least for men) are designed to go up to six feet and long bags go to six feet six inches.
Wife be happy
I bought two of these puppies....one for the wife and one for our daughter....they are both 5'4" ish and the regular is a good fit for them....but the most important factor is that they were warm on our last trip to 10,000 ft. with temps in the high 20's and even with some dripping tent condensation had no complaints which truly makes a husband/father smile...the woman's Ultralamina 15 has an observable amount more insulation than the mens (as that is the bag I have) I dig the little zippered storage pocket up by the neck....it fits a Blackberry and an ipod with a little room still...