Say hello to dreamland.
According to your significant other, your once adorable bed, tent, and couch hog status is now problematic. And while the Nemo Equipment Mezzo Loft 30-Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag certainly won't fix your relationship, it will contain your tent monopolization within its rectangular confines.
Constructed with a water-resistant ripstop exterior, the Mezzo Loft boasts a large, rectangular shape that's equipped to fit up to 6ft 4in of human, while the internal sleeve prevents your sleeping pad from moving around in the middle of the night. This bag utilizes a synthetic Stratofiber material that retains insulating properties, even when wet, and the dual-side zippers make temperature regulation and entry easy as taking over the whole tent (unconsciously, of course). Ultimately, the Mezzo Loft is ideal for three-season use and is designed to mimic the comfort of your own bed, which means you can sprawl, plank, or curl up in a ball.
- Ripstop exterior
- DWR treatment
- Internal sleeping pad sleeve
- Stratofiber insulation
- Dual-side zippers
- Comforter collar
- Item #NEM003N
- Q & A
I love this bag
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I love how you can actually move in this bag without getting all twisted up. I use this with the NEMO Cosmo Air pad and they work great together.
My favorite sleeping bag
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've tried numerous sleep systems and this one is by far my favorite. The bag has an integrated pad sleeve so you don't roll off your pad. I am a side sleeper hard and it's fantastic. Slipping the pad in the sleeve fully inflated isn't the easiest thing in the world to do. Just blow it up half way then slide it in. The bag also has an area to slide 'stuff' into so you can elevate your head some more. I take this sleep system everywhere and I love it.
Get it right and it will treat you right
Integrated pad/bag system makes so much sense. Nemo makes really sweet stuff. A match made in heaven right? Almost - make sure the pad you get with this bag fits in the sleeve deflated first. Then inflate before sleeping on it ... Do a dry run at home. The bag itself is nice with lots of sleeves for pillows and ample zippers to adjust in the night as temps change. Big weight advantage with this approach as well. Used it on a weeklong summer camping trip in conditions ranging from desert nights to high altitude temp drops. It worked and I like it.