The solution for warm summer nights.
Reach for the Millet Baikal 750 43-Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag when you head out for a backpacking trip this summer. Ideal for warm summer trips, the 43-degree temperature rated bag will keep you comfortably warm without leaving you sleeping on top of your bag halfway through the night. The bag's hollow synthetic fibers provide high thermal efficiency and compress well for easy packing. Available in either left- or right-zip options, the two-way zipper is backed by a draft tube to prevent cold air from coming through. Other features on the Baikal include an interior pocket and a drawcord adjustable hood.
- Backcountry Exclusive
- 43-degree temperature rating
- Supermix synthetic insulation
- Mummy shape
- Silicone treated insulation
- Drawcord adjustable hood
- Draft tube
- Compression sack included
- Item #MIL005B
- Q & A
Baikal selected in Outside Magazine
Best for: Synthetic die hards.
One tester had to roll over to appreciate the stretch stitching in the Baikal Extend's lower half...
Perfect for Summer Nights, Runs Small
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Bought this for summer adventures in the desert and most recently brought it along with me to Lake Powell. The sleeping bag was never too hot and never made me feel sticky, even when it only got down to 70 degrees at night. The fact that it comes with a stuff sack is super convenient and being a warm rated temp bag means it really compresses well. Superb for summer backpacking, great breath-ability!
The only thing I wasn't completely satisfied with was the size of the sleeping bag. The max. user is rated at 5'10" and I'm 5'5" and it was pretty tight, especially around the shoulders.