Room to move with warmth to spare.
Whether you're as big as a tree or simply value having room to move around as you snooze, the Western Mountaineering Ponderosa 15 Degree MF Sleeping Bag ensures you have the space you need when camping in less-than-warm temperatures. Ideal for spring, summer, fall, or even winter camping in the desert, the Ponderosa's 850+ down insulation has the loftiest fill rating, which results in a seriously toasty warmth-to-weight ratio and makes your sleeping experience more enjoyable.
Western Mountaineering's attention to the smallest details is what helps make the Ponderosa a long-lasting and versatile choice for camping in cold temperatures. The spacious, semi-rectangular shape meets the needs of bigger campers and claustrophobic folks alike, while continuous baffles allow you to shift the bag's down towards the top or bottom for customized (more or less) warmth, depending on the weather. Plus, an insulated draft tube prevents frigid gusts from weaseling their way into your fortress of warmth, which is always a less-than-savory guest at 3 a.m.
- Lightweight, spacious, and toasty sleeping bag for cold temps
- 850-fill down insulation wraps you in warmth
- Microfiber fabric provides next-to-skin softness
- Insulated draft tube discourages pesky drafts from sneaking in
- Included stuff sack helps preserve your bag's integrity
- Western Mountaineering designs and creates quality down-insulated products in the USA
- Item #WES001F
- 850-fill down
- Shoulder Circumference
- Hip Circumference
- Foot Circumference
- Draft Tube
- Fill Weight
- [6ft] 27oz, [6ft 6in] 29oz, [7ft] 31oz
- Stuff Sack
- Claimed Weight
- [6ft] 2lb 9oz, [6ft6in] 2lb 11oz, [7ft] 2lb 14oz
- Recommended Use
- weekend camping
What do you think about this product?
February 13, 2018
Does this sleeping bag come with a storage bag, or just a stuff sack? If no storage bag included, is there a product you'd recommend?
February 19, 2018
Western includes both! You may want to invest in a compression bag, but they include both storage and stuff. Thanks! Leta Western Mountaineering Rep