Tango in the backcountry.
The Nemo Equipment Inc. Tango Duo Slim Sleeping Bag is light enough for cozying with another camper while backpacking. Its 700-fill down insulation keeps the bag light and lofty, and DownTek treats the down to retain its loft even when it gets wet. Nemo also treated the bag's shell with a Durable Water Repellent coating, and it features a waterproof, breathable footbox for additional wet weather protection.
The Tango Duo Slim also features an integrated Blanket Fold that feels like your own blanket back home. The bottom of the bag doesn't have any insulation, but there are internal sleeves to accommodate sleeping pads, thereby reducing weight and increasing comfort. Stretch box baffles keep the bottom smooth and soft. Nemo included a drawstring stuff sack for compressible convenience while camping, and the cotton storage bag keeps the Tango breathable for long-lasting softness.
- 30-50F temperature range
- 700-fill down with DownTek treatment
- Osmo DT membrane at footbox
- DWR-treated shell
- Blanket Fold
- Stretch box baffles
- Sleeping pad sleeves
- Drawstring stuff sack
- Cotton storage bag
- Item #NEM003U
- Q & A
Sleeping Bag perfect for Couples
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
My husband and I for many years used the "zip together" sleeping bag method, however it was always a little wonky. We've been so happy with our purchase of the Tango Duo Slim! It's very comfortable and makes us feel right at home on our camping adventures! We highly recommend this!
Tango Duo Slim Video
Tango Duo Slim Features
Tango Duo Slim Insulation
Tango Duo Slim In Use
Tango Duo Slim Bird's Eye
Tango Duo Slim Packed Size
More comfortable than a mummy bag
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
My girlfriend bought this for car camping, but decided we might take it backpacking too.
It's certainly not as warm as my down mummy bag, but I was expecting that. It isn't rated to 20 degrees, after all.
It is much more comfortable to sleep in than a mummy bag. I'm a side sleeper, and this thing feels a LOT more roomy. It didn't let any drafts in along the sides and the sleeping pad stayed tucked into the pocket at the bottom of the quilt. I thought the head board was a little silly, but used it when I got cold.
The quilt packs up small in the provided stuff sack, but could get much smaller in a compression bag, so we'll try using something else if we take it backpacking.
We used this with a Klymit Double V sleeping pad, and it felt a bit cold. It was definitely the week point, I'd suggest getting the insulated version, if you're camping anywhere near 30degrees.
Does this have zippers on both sides?