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Bishop Pass Sleeping Bag: 0F Down - Women's

4.2 out of 5 stars
10 Reviews
Current price: $243.74 - $258.74 Original price: $344.99
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Color:Dark Rosewood



Bishop Pass Sleeping Bag: 0F Down

Some gear guides would lead us to believe that we need a different sleeping bag for each pursuit and each temperature. The Bishop Pass eschews that notion as a sleeping bag that is equally suited to cold-weather backpacking, mountaineering and basecamping. With a full-length draft tube and collar to keep out the chill, the Bishop Pass's 0°F rating ensures you can stay comfortable on those late fall and winter trips into the backcountry. 650-fill down provides excellent warmth without weight or bulk, meaning you'll have more room in your pack for snacks and other sundries.


  • Warm, compact, and comfortable sleeping bag for cold weather camping
  • Ripstop nylon face fabric is exceptionally abrasion resistant
  • 0°F rating is perfect for late fall and winter trips
  • 650-fill down insulation provides lightweight warmth, packability
  • Two-way zipper with draft guard traps heat and blocks cold air
  • Performance plus mummy blends comfort, warmth, and packability
  • Internal stash pocket holds important items nearby
  • Item #MHWZ9FT
[body] 20D ripstop nylon
650-fill down
Max User Height
[regular] 5ft 6in, [long] 6ft
Shoulder Circumference
[regular] 60in, [long] 62in
Hip Circumference
[regular] 50in, [long] 53in
Foot Circumference
[regular] 39in
Bag Length
[regular] 80in, [long] 86in
Draft Tube
Pad Retainer
Fill Weight
2 lbs 3 oz
Storage Sack
Stuff Sack
Stuff Size
9.5 x 17in
Claimed Weight
3lb 2.8oz
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

4 based on 10 ratings

Review Summary

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5 out of 5 stars

March 4, 2024

Great bag

A great zero degree backpacking sleeping bag. Incredibly cozy and warm. A little snug if you move around in a sleeping bag a lot, but I'll take it for the pack down size and price point.


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4 out of 5 stars

November 11, 2023

Warm and cozy but somewhat bulky

Super warm!! I took it on a shoulder season trip and ended up camping in the snow. I was so warm that I slept halfway out of the bag for half the night! I love the extra material by the neck and zipper to keep cold out. 4/5 because the compression sack doesn't cinch down and it's pretty big. I also noticed that I couldn't pull my knees up when it's zipped like I can in my REI bag.


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5 out of 5 stars

July 25, 2023

This bag is unparalleled

Durability is crucial for any outdoor gear, and this sleeping bag passes with flying colors. The construction feels robust, and the materials used seem highly resilient to wear and tear. I have used it on multiple camping trips, and it still looks and feels as good as new.


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5 out of 5 stars

June 22, 2023

Love it!

Brought it with me on the Everest Base Camp trek and loved it! I did combine with a liner (from Sea to Summit) and stayed cozy in the tea houses even when temperatures were well below freezing. I’m 5’4” and about 130 lbs and could easily turn inside the bag, plenty of room, was able to sleep on my side.


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5 out of 5 stars

May 31, 2023

Short ladies who “run cold”—rejoice and buy this bag!

Love this bag! Kept me warm and cozy along the trail to Everest Base Camp. With a liner, was toasty at EBC in 4F.


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2 out of 5 stars

April 25, 2023

not a zero-degree bag

I bought this last year and have been surprised at how cold it is. People really hype this bag up and I'm starting to think they have either never used it or use it in warmer weather. The only think I have changed in my sleep system is this bag. I was freezing. I went out snow camping, had all my layers on by 2am and still had to climb into another person's bag. I looked through all the measurements and all reviews I could find, and everything fits as it should. I assumed I had just gotten it wrong on that trip and I was the blame. Four trips later it really is the bag. If you sleep cold then this could be a good bag for you, but if you normally take a zero into the snow then this is not the one for you. Really well-made bag, just not the right temp rating.


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5 out of 5 stars

January 10, 2023

Sleeping bags

My wife and I needed a couple of 0 degree bags for Everest base camp. We were very happy with our choice. Durable construction, lightweight, and very warm. I’m 5’7” so I got the men’s regular perfect fit, but anyone taller would probably want a long. We had to get a womens long for my wife which is 5’8” the regular was a little snug.


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2 out of 5 stars

January 5, 2023

Not sure why the hype

I have snow camped for around the last decade. I have a pretty nice set up, but decided I could do with a new sleeping bag. All this to say I have been fine at sub zero and the only thing thats changed is the bag. At 23F I was freezing. I mean as cold as you could get before waking my tent buddy to say we have an issue. I matched all the sizing and everything fit fine. I do sleep cold, but I had all I normally have to keep cosy at that temp and below. People rave about this bag and I just don't get it. I'm a tad disappointed. I would say if you are a cold sleeper and needs a bag for camping (not winter) then this would work.


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4 out of 5 stars

August 23, 2021

Good entry level down

Nice and warm sleeping bag for cold conditions. Would recommend.


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5 out of 5 stars

December 5, 2020

Performs Best in the Worst Conditions (Mens Equivalent)

Reviewing under this bag because the mens is not available online! I put this bag through a rugged and rainy skin up Mt. Mansfield. Combined with a winter bivy and a few sleeping pads, I was able to pitch camp exposed with the zipper half open all night in roughly 10-15 with a light breeze. Compresses down significantly to about a 10L without significant loft displacement (nothing a little hand fluffing doesn't solve). Overall 9/10 winter bag that won't fail you if your SOL. Only thing to be picky about is maybe offering the option to overstuff your bags. Highly recommend if your looking for a high end winter bag at a low range price. Have already recommended to several friends and other outdoor professionals.


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