The popular AEGISMAX classic hoodless mummy down sleeping bag, combined with ULTRA DRY® ultra-dry DWR down,
ultralight design and unparalleled ultrasmall compression size, let you get an extraordinary experience whether you are hiking or climbing .
- Hoodless mummy structure
- Arched foot storage,full lining structure
- ULTRA DRY®700FP white goose down filling
- Comply with EN 13537 temperature scale system
- YKK 5# rail head double opening can be spliced zipper
- iFlex® 20D ultralight DWR nylon fabric
- iFlex® 20D ultralight special lining fabric
- LOA® selected UTX DURAFLEX® buckles
- Contains a storage bag and a compression bag
|Recommended user height (CM)||176||196|
Sleeping bag size(CM)
|180 X 78||200 X 86|
|Compression bag size (CM)||15×35||15×35|
|After compression size(CM)||15×25||15×25|
|Filling weight (G)||350||400|
|Sleeping bag weight(G)||624||742|
|Total weight (G)||664||782|
|Chest Inner circumference(CM)||154||170|
The EN13537 is a European standard for sleeping bags that provides three temperature levels to help guide you when choosing a bag.
COMFORT (Comfort Temperature): Measured under a standard test environment for standard healthy women in a relaxed state, they will not feel cold (shaking all over), and they will keep their body comfortable throughout the night.
LIMIT (Limited Temperature): Measured under a standard test environment for a standard healthy man curled up in a sleeping bag, his body did not tremble, and he could keep his body comfortable throughout the night.
EXTREME (Extreme Temperature): Measured under a standard test environment for standard healthy women, who are attacked by severe cold weather (shaking all over). At this time, there is a threat of hypothermia or even death. The limit temperature belongs to the theoretical range and is only regarded as a dangerous critical point that is difficult to reach.