Mountain Hardwear Phantom 15° F/-9° C Sleeping Bag
- Lofty Warm 850-Fill Goose Down
- Slim Design
- Vertical Thick Baffles for Added Loft and Warmth
- Seals Around Shoulders
- No Cold Spots
15 to 30 Degrees
- 100% recycled shell provides environmental cohabitation
- Fluorine free
- Loft: 6 in.
- Fill weight: 1 lb. 4 oz.
- Weight: 2 lbs. 1.2 oz.
- Minimum temperature: 15 ° F
- Stuffed size: 7 in.
- Compressed size (regular): 346 in.3
- Compressed size (long): 415 in.3
- Inside length (regular): 86 in.
- Inside length (long): 92 in.
- Fits up to (regular): 72 in.
- Fits up to (long): 78 in.
- Shoulder girth (regular): 58 in.
- Shoulder girth (long): 60 in.
- Hip girth (regular): 52 in.
- Hip girth (long): 55 in.
- Lightweight nylon compression sack and mesh storage sack included
DESIGN & DETAILS:
- Lofty ultra-cushioned 850-fill goose down insulation provides an optimal heat-to-weight ratio and compressibility for protection from the ground
- Performance mummy cut features slim design for increased compressibility and lighter weight
- Durable water-repellant finish and strongly windproof fabric withstand severe weather
- Vertical thick baffles provide maximum loft and added warmth
- Cinching hood provides head warmth
- Shaped draft collar seals around the shoulders blocking the escape of air from inside
- Contoured footbox curves to the natural foot position for ample room and maximum warmth and comfort
- Insulation prevents cold spots along the body of the bag
- Hefty down-filled face gasket
- Designed to comfortably block drafts to head
- Ventilation with 2-way zip prevents overheating
- Smooth anti-snag #5 YKK zipper runs fluently for effortless in-and-out while construction offers lightweight durability and reflective zipper pull glows in the dark
- Goose down is RDS Certified to ensure ethical animal treatment
- 10D shell offers lightness
- Tear strength nylon provides durability
- Extremely compact pack size for easy carrying
- Country of Origin : Imported
- Brand : Mountain Hardwear
- Web ID: 21MHAUPHNTM15F9CRCSL