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Packable, lightweight warmth you can count on.

The Mountain Hardwear Ultralamina 32 Synthetic Sleeping Bag features Lamina welded construction for more consistent loft at less weight. Durable Thermic Micro synthetic insulation is lofty, compressible, and insulates even when wet.
  • Performance mummy cut fits snug for improved thermal efficiency and lower packable weight
  • Welded Lamina construction eliminates cold spots around baffle seams to reduce weight and ensure even loft throughout the bag
  • Dual-sided zippers let you vent excess warmth and offer easy in-and-out
  • Face gasket and tailored hood deter chilly drafts and lock in heat

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What is the difference between this and...

What is the difference between this and the ultra lamina 32 Q

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The 32 Q is the newer (2013) version that is a little lighter and has a zipper on only one side, while the other, old version has zippers on both sides. Bummer they took that away really.

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is this the model with the additional full...

is this the model with the additional full zip on the left side?

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Wife, son, and I were going on a three day trip and needed some new bags. We went to our local stores and tried many of them out. We decided on the ultralaminas. All three of us slept wonderfully both nights, it was in the high 30's both nights. The weight and compressibility of these bags are awesome. They even came with a mesh bag to store them in when not camping. I am 5'11" and the regular was to snug for me. The ultralamina's dual sided zipper was great for sitting around and still being able to move or do anything. A little pricey but worth every penny for a good night's sleep.