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Solar Ultra 3 Synthetic Sleeping Bag - Women's

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Rab Solar Ultra 3 Synthetic Sleeping Bag

Combining advanced construction and heat retaining TILT technology, with recycled fabric and recycled Stratus™ insulation, the Solar Ultra is our highest performing synthetic bag yet. The warmest in the range with a women’s specific shape, the Solar Ultra 3 is ideal for lightweight mountain ascents in cold, winter conditions.

[outer fabric] 20D Atmost recycled nylon ripstop, DWR treatment, [lining] 20D Atmost recycled polyester ripstop, DWR treatment, [skrim] 100% polyester, aluminum coating
[upper] recycled stratus synthetic sheet insulation, 3-layer construction (100% recycled polyester), [base] recycled stratus synthetic sheet insulation, 2-layer blanket construction (100% recycled polyester)
tapered mummy
3/4 length YKK
Max User Height
66.9in (170cm)
Shoulder Circumference
55.9in (142cm)
Hip Circumference
47.2in (120cm)
Foot Circumference
39.4in (100cm)
Bag Length
78.7in (200cm)
internal zipped
Stuff Sack
compression stuffsack included
Stuff Size
17.7 x 9.4in (45 x 24cm)
Claimed Weight
44.8oz (1270g)
mountaineering, backpacking, winter camping, weekend camping
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3 out of 5 stars

October 18, 2022

Honestly, I wish I hadn't

Honestly, I wish I hadn't bought it. I can understand why it would work for some people however I stand at 164cm so not very tall and it is very small. I also only sleep in a hammock so there isn't much room to move but I often feel constricted if I have the hood up. Lying flat in a tent may work better. Having just done 2 large hikes sleeping in temperatures ranging 0 - 7 degrees, I doubt that I would be comfortable in -13, and I am equipped with a very good sleeping mat and thermals. I slept comfortably but could feel the cold. I would say the EN rating is accurate on this one and saying that, there are cheaper and larger Rab sleeping bags that stuff down to a much smaller size that would have been more appropriate for me. It doesn't come with a net sack for storage and the stuff sack is not the same design as the other Rab sleeping bags I looked into and it is not as practical either. I don't really understand why they use this stuff sack as it doesn't allow making it as small as possible. The bag is comfortable and warm however just not for me. If I hadn't left the country I would have preferred to exchange it as I do like other Rab products.

Kascia S.

Originally reviewed on Rab