Mountain Equipment Snowline Sleeping Bag
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A protective water resistant outer shell, variable baffling systems and Mountain Equipment's finest pure down. The Extreme Range offers guaranteed performance for mountaineers and adventures in the most demanding conditions. The Snowline is at the warmer end of the extreme range and the first bag that's suitable for winter alpine use. ME recommended sleep zone: +10 to -20?C Extreme sleep zone: -37?C Down Fill Weight: 750g Total Weight: 1440g External length: STD - 213cm XL - 228cm Shoulder Width: 82cm Features of the ME Extreme Range 93/7 pure down with minimum fill power of 700 Drilite Loft outer shell is durably water resistant to keep snow and moisture at bay Supersoft lining for next to skin comfort EXL top lining improves comfort, loft and thermal efficiency. The EXL system uses elastic threads to gently hug the user whilst retaining flexibility. The reduced internal volume increases warmth Supplied with ultra light, taped waterproof stuff sack and large mesh storage sack Key Features: Advanced baffle construction using vertical V, box wall and slant wall baffles Anatomical hood with Halo baffle 3 Dimensional neck collar with integrated zip baffles Bulls Eye (7 baffle) foot plug and shark's toe design Gemini Plus neck and zip baffles fuse high quality down and synthetic insulation for improved performance Full length side zip with anti snag baffles Colour: Sundance/Burnt Orange The Mountain Equipment Snowline Sleeping Bag is available in 2 lengths, Standard and XL. The lengths given are external measurements of the bag which is a little confusing but people upto 185cm in height should be fine in the standard and those taller go for the XL.
Mountain Equipment Snowline Sleeping Bag Reviews
Reviewed by Mark Slater (Holmfirth) on 2009-11-17:
General comments: This is an excellent well built warm bag that fits well into rucksack bottom compartments. Have used this comfortably during the occasional cold Scottish winter and camping in Scandinavian winters.
Pros: A good 5-7 years old now and not lost much down and drillite shell keeps out any odd snow melt.
I am very jealous of any one that has one of the improved versions.
Even after regular use it has kept me warm down to about -20C (Assuming I have managed to eat before going to sleep).
Cons: Below -20C > another story
First, cold feet then all over chill > What ME mean by Extreme sleep zone (-37C) is pointless, Below -20C ish this bag alone will not give you a restful night.
Oh one last point, the hood part, now getting a bit thin and greasy (Wash this sleeping bag and you'll turn it into at best a heavy/bulky three season bag)