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Look to The North Face's Inferno Sleeping Bag for reliable warmth and protection in sub-zero conditions. Stuffed with lofty 800-fill down insulation, the Inferno has an extremely high warmth-to-weight ratio. The North Face treated this down with ProDown to retain its warmth in wet weather, and NeoVent Air fabric gives the hood, footbox, and back extra water-resistance.

A generous mummy shape lets you sleep in the Inferno without taking off your alpine apparel. The North Face equipped this bag with a cinch-cord at the hood to seal out the cold, a full draft collar to keep winds at bay, an internal pocket to insulate valuables and electronics, and a center half-length zipper for easier in-and-out.

  • -20F temperature rating
  • 800-fill ProDown insulation
  • NeoVent Air hood, footbox, and back
  • Generous mummy shape
  • Hood cinch-cord
  • Full draft collar and overlap
  • Center half-length zipper
  • Internal pocket
  • Compression sack and storage sack included
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I was waiting for this item to arrive and it definitely didn't disappointment I used it for the first time yesterday evening and I slept like a champ I would definitely recommend this sleeping bag to anyone

Who's right on the weight, you guys or North Face? 9 ozs is a half lb.!

Chris,



Thanks for pointing out the weight discrepancies. The weights listed here need to be revised as those are the weights for the -40 Inferno. Just looks like a data entry mix up. I'll have our tech spec folks get that fixed.



Here are the weights for the two lengths:



Reg: 3 lbs 5 oz

Long: 3 lbs 9 oz



If you've got any other questions, feel free to hit me up!

The correct answer to the question is: "The North Face."



I asked the question having looked at the North Face site, obviously. So telling me what that site (I doubt you weighed them) says, as though I am clueless, kinda misses the point. I had a like interaction over some boots here, this stuff is not rocket science. It may be you guys who ought to be asking me questions, but I'm not giving up a phone number :)



If this continues I would like some brownie points.





Fill weight?

Thanks a lot.

Best Answer

Martin,



My good friends over at TNF were able to help me get this info for you.



Fill Weight's are as follows:



Reg: 2lbs 4.7oz (1034g)

Long: 2lbs 7.5oz (1122g)



Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!



Jared D.

Expert Gearhead

801.736.4336

jdowns@backcountry.com