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It's life or death.

For serious expedition use, The North Face Inferno -20 Degree Down Sleeping Bag has super-high-quality 850-fill goose down that stays lofty and warm when the going gets really tough, and highly breathable, weather-resistant Pertex Endurance to keep your down insulation protected from frost, condensation, spindrift, and accidental water-bottle spills.

  • Windproof Pertex Endurance fabric features 1K-rated water resistance and is highly breathable so as to prevent sweat from accumulating in the down insulation
  • Ultra-premium 850-fill down insulation retains your body’s warmth and provides a higher warmth-to-weight ratio than any synthetic-fill insulation
  • Side-block chevron baffles prevent energy-sucking drafts from zapping your slumber
  • Anti-snag zipper reinforcements keep your zippers from getting caught or chewing up the fabric
  • Vaulted footbed won’t constrict your feet and helps promote circulation to your lower extremities
  • Expedition fit helps conserve energy and trap extra warmth without increasing overall weight
  • Hang loops for drying and storage
  • Included compression sack also doubles as a lightweight pack for your summit bid

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5 5

Very good option for cold conditions

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I used it several times also in cold conditions down to probably around -5-10F (only know from forecast). However I was always warming up quickly and I never had to freeze during the night The long version is also super spacious, enough space to put all clothings inside and even the shoe's.
However, I combined it with the Synmat 9 pad on my trips.

So yes, I had very comfortable nights with it and slept like a baby, but it's a pain to transport (bulky, even compressed, but that's why its rated -20F) Make sure you only take it with you when it's really getting cold... It's probably not worth to carry 30miles with 32F outside temperatures.


4 5

So glad I had this bag on hand.

I took this on a road trip, stopping in the Smoky Mountains early this year. I didn't expect the weather we got, but after being hit by a snow storm up in the mountains, this bag became my best friend. I didnt even have a sleeping pad so I was sleeping right on the tent bottom, and had no issues. After getting up to pee in the middle of the night, I frigidly crawled back in this raging inferno and was warm within seconds. By sunrise I was venting the bag to let out heat.

It fits generously, the hood is snug and held tight to my head. At 6'1" I had plenty of room, but was still snug for warmth. It is of course pretty bulky, but you expect as much.

5 5

Super Warm

I have had this sleeping bag for a few weeks now and it's great. I have not been able to test it to the -20 F that the bag can handle but I have taken it to about 35-40 F and it was super warm, pretty much to the point where I had to unzip the bag a big at the feet to let some heat escape. This bag is great otherwise. Super comfortable and very light and the stuff sac/compression sack is very convenient for packing the bag even smaller than it is. If your looking for a warm durable sleeping bag definitely check this one out.