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Mountain Hardwear Ratio Sleeping Bag: 32 Degree Down

$229.95 - $249.95

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    • Sherwood

    4 Reviews


    Light for backpacking and warm from April to October.

    The Mountain Hardwear Ratio Sleeping Bag is lightweight and keeps you consistently warm on backpacking trips from the end of spring to the beginning of fall. ThermoTrap Baffle construction secures 650-fill down insulation in smaller chambers to balance the down evenly across the entire bag, and the down's Q.Shield treatment helps the down resist moisture to retain its heat-trapping loft and keep you warm on cold nights. Its comfort mummy cut provides a slightly larger shape than standard mummy bags to keep you comfy without adding weight or reducing warmth.

    Mountain Hardwear made the Ratio's shell out of dobby for durability, and the taffeta lining is smooth to the touch for extra comfort. The down-filled face gasket at the hood and the insulated draft tube across the zipper make sure you don't feel a chilly draft throughout the night. The hood features single-handed drawcords that cinch it securely around your head with a simple pull.

    • 37°F European Comfort norm rating, 27°F lower limit temperature rating
    • 650-fill Q.Shield water-repellent down insulation
    • ThermoTrap Baffle construction
    • Comfort mummy cut
    • Dobby shell, taffeta lining
    • Down-filled face gasket
    • Single-handed drawcords at hood
    • Insulated draft tube
    • Left and right zippers available
    • Stuff sack included
    • Item #MHW005L

    Tech Specs

    Manufacturer Warranty
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Claimed Weight
    [regular] 1 lb 13 oz, [long] 1 lb 15 oz
    Stuff Size
    7 x 14 in
    Stuff Sack
    European Norm Lower Limit Rating
    27 F
    European Norm Comfort Rating
    37 F
    32 F
    Fill Weight
    [regular] 12 oz, [long] 14 oz
    Foot Circumference
    [regular] 38 in, [long] 40 in
    Hip Circumference
    [regular] 58 in, [long] 60 in
    Shoulder Circumference
    [regular] 62 in, [long] 64 in
    Max User Height
    [regular] 6 ft 6 in, [long] 7 ft
    left, right
    comfort mummy (slightly bigger than standard mummy)
    650-fill Q.Shield down
    [shell] 33D nylon dobby, [lining] 30D nylon taffeta

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    Great bag

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This has been a great bag, I have used it when I went to Moab in early spring to the high Uintas in late autumn and it always keeps me warm. The Q.shield down is great, I often sleep without a tent and have been rained on 4 times, only one time did I get wet. I've spent over 40 night in the sleeping bag and there is still excellent loft and no down migration. I would recommend this to any 3 season camper.

    Thumbs up

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I love this bag. It was my first purchase of a good quality down bag, and it's been fantastic. It can be compressed nice and small which is great for any sort of trip. My bag just got back from a backpacking trip of cold nights and mornings and I stayed nice and toasty. I am however still planning on buying a fleece liner for it eventually so I can use it when it gets to be below 32 degrees. I bought the regular size which was perfect for me since I'm around 5'7''.

    Exactly what I expected and wanted

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    First of all, I got it on sale which makes it even more of a win. I took it to Peru for the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu in January, the wettest month for the country. While it didn't face any real danger in getting soaked with rain or puddles while camping, it stayed dry and the humid air didn't seem to affect the down at all.

    I'm also thrilled with how small it packs down. I could fit my sleeping bag, sleeping pad, pillow, and miscellaneous other things in my pack's designated area for all this stuff.

    Are the dimensions listed for this bag accurate? Does a regular actually fit someone up to 6' 6" tall. That's typically the fit for a long size bag.

    NO! I imagine you've probably already found your answer to this, but the user height specs listed here seem to have been confused with the dimensions of the sleeping bag when laid flat, which differ more than you might think. Just think of your bed at home--in order to sleep comfortably, your bed needs to be longer than you are tall, or your head and feet will be hanging off the end. With a sleeping bag, it needs to be longer inside that you are tall in order to prevent your feet and head from stretching at the ends of the sleeping bag. The actual length of the regular size is 78 inches, but will only accommodate an individual up to 6 ft, give or take. I am about 6'2 and purchased the long size. Though there is a little bit of extra room at the feet, there is definitely not enough room for somebody 7ft tall in this bag, as the listed specs would suggest.