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Carinthia - Man Light Down - Down sleeping bag

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Down sleeping bag
Recommended use:
(Ultra-light) trekking; Mountaineering; Travel; Camping; Touring
Outer material:
100% polyamide (Shelltex Superlight)
Inner material:
100% polyamide (Shelltex Superlight)
European snow goose down with 800+ cuin bulking power (contains non-textile elements of animal origin); Ratio down/feather 95/5
Comfort rating:
2 °C
Lower limit rating:
-3.6 °C
Extreme rating:
-20.3 °C
Packed dimensions:
18 x 34 cm
M: 670 g; L: 735 g
Outer layers: M: 215 cm; L: 230 cm
connectable; Draft collar; H-chamber design; Inside pocket
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Question from Kari
Sleeping bag shape

I would like to know the widths of the sleeping bag. My existing bag is Marmot Never Winter which has following measures 82x75x55 cm (shoulder - hip - foot). I find it a bit too wide because I am long and slim (190 cm/80 kg).
Many thanks!

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Question from Klaus
Welche Größe benötige ich bei 1,82m, schlank.

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Ronald | Customer Service
21.01.2015 14:03

Hi Klaus,

lt. Carinthia ist Größe M bis 185 cm Körpergröße. Je nach Schalfverhalten (Bewegung etc.) kann das unter Umständen event. etwas knapp werden. Sicherer wäre es dir einfach mal beide kommen zu lassen und "anzuprobieren". Wie gesagt, offiziell würde M noch reichen. Ich persönlich würde wohl eher die L nehmen, da ich 1 cm Freiraum am Kopf und Fussende für zu wenig fände. So genau legt man sich wohl nur selten in den Schalfsack

Hannes(Community) | Customer Service
  • Reissverschluss

    Um Gewicht zu sparen, ist der Reissverschluss nicht komplett durchgehend.

  • Schmaler Schnitt

    Auch hier wird Gewicht eingespart. Also nichts für Schläfer mit Platzangst :-).

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