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Questar Sleeping Bag: 32F Down

4 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
$344.95 - $369.95



Why We Like The Questar Sleeping Bag

With backcountry-friendly packability and weight under two pounds, this down-insulated mummy bag checks the basic boxes and offers bonus features that improve camp comfort. The Questar's proprietary W.A.R.M. (with additional room for multiple positions) fit offers space to move through more sleep positions than a traditional mummy bag. While we comfortably move through the night, an assortment of warmth-focused features from the insulated Toe-asis foot pocket to the draft-blocking baffles keep us toasty in our tents.


  • Lightweight and spacious mummy bag optimized for warmth and comfort
  • 32-degree rating best for summer and warm shoulder season camping
  • Thermally efficient Nikwax-treated down for wet-weather protection
  • Zoned insulation saves weight by targeting spots down is needed most
  • Box baffling with mesh walls efficiently minimizes cold spots
  • W.A.R.M. fit lets sleepers move without compromising warmth
  • SynergyLink connectors keep the bag attached to a pad all night long
  • Insulated foot box pocket, sizable draft tubes, and mummy hood seal in warmth
  • Item #TAEA060
Responsible Collection
Responsibly Sourced
[face fabric] 20D polyester, DWR coating, [lining] 20D polyester
650-fill Nikwax hydrophobic duck down (RDS-certified)
Max User Height
[small] 5ft 6in, [regular] 6ft, [long] 6ft 6in
Shoulder Circumference
[small] 58in, [regular] 63in, [long] 66in
Hip Circumference
[small] 58in, [regular] 63in, [long] 66in
Foot Circumference
[small] 44in, [regular] 46in, [long] 51in
Bag Length
[small] 73in, [regular] 80in, [long] 85in
Draft Tube
zipper draft tube, draft collar
1 Toe-asis foot warmer
Pad Retainer
SynergyLink connectors
Fill Weight
[small] 13oz, [regular] 14oz, [long] 15oz
European Norm/ISO Comfort Rating
European Norm/ISO Lower Limit Rating
Storage Sack
Stuff Sack
compression sack included
Stuff Size
6.5 x 8.5in
Claimed Weight
[small] 1lb 11oz, [regular] 1lb 14oz, [long] 1lb 15oz
backpacking, weekend camping
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

4 based on 4 ratings

Review Summary

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5 out of 5 stars

April 11, 2023

Excellent sleeping bag

I took this with me to Nepal for some spring time trekking and the bag never disappointed. I really like the extra insulation around the feet and the W.A.R.M feature as a side/front sleeper. For the lightweight-to-comfort ratio I think it would be very difficult to find a better sleeping bag. My only criticism is that occassionally I would wake up in the night with a cold back as I'd shift positions, however, I didn't use the connector straps so I imagine this would not be an issue if they were used.

Lily C.
a Cascade Designs brand site

Originally reviewed on a Cascade Designs brand site

1 out of 5 stars

January 18, 2023


The bag was great at first use. Nice and fluffy. It felt like I finally found a sleeping bag that was actually good. It makes use of some smart designs to save weight, like less filling on the back and more on the chest, since the filling on the back normally gets compressed when you sleep. But when sitting upright or when sleeping on the side like it's 'w.a.r.m.' feature advertises, this feature turns into a drawback as the l sparseness of the filling on the back is definitely noticable. Unfortunately, a few months down the road, all the down in the first compartment on the chest disappeared. It somehow moved to the same level compartiment on the back. I mailed Thermarest about this but never received a reply. :( Loose stitching is another issue, especially when it's the stitching that holds the internal compartment walls. How do I fix this myself, since Thermarest doesn't answer?

Leander L.
a Cascade Designs brand site

Originally reviewed on a Cascade Designs brand site

5 out of 5 stars

August 16, 2022

My new favorite sleepingbag

I bought it a year ago and have tested it in more than 30 nights in all seasons, different weather hiking, biking and camping. Here is why it is my new favorite sleepingbag: 1. The wider cut adds so much comfort. Compared with typical mummy bags this has so much more room. This was my main reason to switch bags, and I wasn't disappointed. 2. The straps on the back are a gamechanger for me. Having a connection between sleeping bag and pad makes it not only easy to handle (I carry the combo around in camp if necessary) but makes my sleep much more calm. 3. Despite this bag being a more comfortable sleepingbag than most, its weight is still reasonable light with 800g in my configuration. 4. Thanks to the hydrophobic down I didn't need to decide between down (comfortable, light, long-lasting) and fiber (better moisture handling). I think this material will take over the sleepingbag market soon. 5. The zipper doesn't get stuck. 6. The whole sleepingbag, the packsack and the stuffsack are all made very well and of trustworthy quality. 7. The insulation is perfect for me. I'm very hot-blooded and can easily use it down to -5 °C, but more importantly it's not to hot in the summer (unlike most of my previous sleepingbags). This is highly individual though, as everybody should know. Here are a few things that could be better, or a problem for others: 1. The bag has less insulation on the back. You really need to either use the connector straps or sleep still on your back to preserve insulation throughout the night. (This is why the bag can be as light as it is, and I knew this before ordering, but it might not be clear to everybody). 2. I wish there were longer connector strips. I have a wide pad (64cm) and it's obvious that the straps were designed for much slimmer pads. It would be nice to have longer straps. I would even be happy if I could order them. 3. My wife has bought a Questar too (smaller size, but with more insulation) and the stuff- and packsacks are hard to distinguish (only the accent colors of the straps differ slightly). It would be easier for me if they would differ a bit more.

a Cascade Designs brand site

Originally reviewed on a Cascade Designs brand site

5 out of 5 stars

October 26, 2021

Good Bag

This bag is perfect for backpacking. I used it in the Canadian rockies good for summer but may need another layer for spring and fall as it is cold in the mountains at night. Packs very small and is lightweight.

Janine M.
a Cascade Designs brand site

Originally reviewed on a Cascade Designs brand site