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Mountain Hardwear - Banshee - Down sleeping bag

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Down sleeping bag
Recommended use:
Mountaineering; Touring; Expeditions
Dry.Q Elite 20D micro ripstop (100% polyamide)
Inner material:
30D taffeta (100% polyamide)
Down; 800 cuin bulking power; Filling quantity: 680 g (regular); 740 g (long)
Lower limit rating:
-18 °C
Packed dimensions:
23 x 33 cm (L x B)
1570 g (regular); 1680 g (long)
198 cm (regular); 213 g (long)
hidden chamber construction; laminated zip; Draft collar; DWR treated down
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Product description
Plan your trip, gather your expedition partners, and set off into the mountains with the Mountain Hardwear Banshee Sleeping Bag. The Banshee sleeping bag is worthy of the elite cold-weather camper, and as such it boasts a fully waterproof breathable shell on the outside and water-repellent down insulation on the inside. Water repellency allows this down insulation to resist moisture and maintain high loft in wet weather—a trait uncommon to other varieties of down insulation. Go deep into the mountains with this zero-degree sleeping bag and slumber soundly while nasty weather rages around you.

  • Dry-Q Elite shell is waterproof, windproof, and extremely breathable to allow moisture to escape freely and keep the insulation dry
  • Q.Shield down insulation boasts a water-repellent treatment so it can resist moisture buildup that would otherwise inhibit lofing and warmth
  • 800-fill down provides the maximum level of warmth for super-cold condition
  • Laminated, double external zipper flap keeps water and cold air out
  • Six-chamber ergonomic hood design maintains even loft around your head for consistent warmth
  • Ergonomic draft collar seals heat inside the bag with internal drawcords and a soft two-piece design

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Question from Gabi | Pfullingen
Was ist der Komfortbereich?

ich gehe auf 6100hm hoch bei -20° reicht der aus?


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Ronald | Customer Service
16.01.2014 11:47

Hallo Gabi,
da gibt es viele Meinungen zu ;-)
Leider kann man es nicht so pauschal mit ja oder nein beantworten.
Das Schlafverhalten und Kälteemfinden ist nunmal bei jedem unterschiedlich. Wenn du tatsächlich -20 Grad hast, wird es schon etwas knapp werden. Da solltest du den Schlafsack auf jedenfall mit dicker Fleecekleidung und event. einem VBL ergänzen. Viel Reserve hast du dabei nicht (falls es mal kälter würde). Gerne kannst du uns aber auch zu diesem Thema nochmal anrufen.


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