Don't leave home without it.
- Women-specific design matches your body's curves and helps eliminate cold spots
- The 600-fill down insulates with a high warmth-to-weight ratio
- Mummy shape cuts down on excess bulk and holds heat right next to your body
- Shoulder-level zipper pocket stores headlamp, keys, or wallet
- Overlapping shingle construction eliminates cold spots
- Full-length draft tube prevents heat from escaping through the zipper
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how far down does the zipper go? ankle...
how far down does the zipper go? ankle area? hip?
The zipper on this bag goes about 3/4 of the way down the bag, so further than the hip, but not quite as far as the ankles.
I suspect that little loop you see in the picture (about 3/4 of the way down the side) is the terminus of the zipper.
Great Summer/Fall bag
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I've used the bag about a dozen times over this Summer and Fall all over Alaska. It is a good quality bag that packs down well then fuffs right up.
The coldest temperature I've used the bag at is the low 30's this fall. I wore a light wool base layer, no socks and had a sleeping mat. I never got cold and was very happy with my buy!
one night over 10,500 feet
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
we spent one night on the trail to Lilly Lake in southern Colorado on September !st. The bag was comfortable and I stayed quite warm with long sleeved shirt, pants and socks on. I am a rather cold sleeper and little body fat, so I was impressed that I stayed warm during the night with temps into the mid 30's. I would take a fleece liner with me if I stayed out in weather any cooler. The bag packs up small and fluffed up nicely when I pulled it out to use it. There is no padding to it though, you will definitely need a sleeping mat! I consider it a good bag for the money and will use it many times on my future hiking adventures.