About Haglofs 23°F Slumber 2S Sleeping Bag - Mummy
Specs about Haglofs 23°F Slumber 2S Sleeping Bag - Mummy
- Insulation material: Trifusion® polyester
- EN Temp rating: 32°F /23°F /-7.6°F
- Shell material: 75 denier polyester
- Lining material: 50 denier polyester
- Girth (shoulder/hip/foot): 60/58/38"
- Fits to: 6'
- Length: 78"
- Stuff size: 11x8"
- Compression sack: Yes
- Weight: 3 lb. 6.3 oz.
- Recommended use: Family camping,Backpacking
- Made in China
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- Cannot ship to Europe, China, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan
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4.666666 5 Overall Rating: 4.7 Based on 3 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Keara from Texas on Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Just got this in the mail yesterday. This bag is fantastic. The material is wonderfully soft and WARM. I haven't had a chance to test it out in colder temperatures, as it is currently 98 degrees outside where I live. But just using it in my air conditioned house, I was burning up sitting inside it f... Read More
Reviewed by Keara from Texas on Tuesday, June 10, 2014Just got this in the mail yesterday. This bag is fantastic. The material is wonderfully soft and WARM. I haven't had a chance to test it out in colder temperatures, as it is currently 98 degrees outside where I live. But just using it in my air conditioned house, I was burning up sitting inside it for 10 minutes. This compresses down pretty compact. I could fit it inside my 30L daypack just fine. Slightly larger than the size of a football. The color is awesome. Looks exactly like the color shown in the picture. The tag says comfort rating is 0 degrees Celsius for women and -5 degrees C for men. Extreme temp rating of -22 degrees C. This bag has a higher insulation rated foot section and bottom chamber to keep feet warm. Thermal construction with two layers on top and two layers on bottom. Single hand adjustment in hood. Double baffles with improved zipguard. Adjustable thermal collar. Has a full length two-way self locking YKK #5 zipper. Left and right bags can be zipped together. There is an inside pocket, hanging loops, and it includes a compression sack. WOW. Glad I snatched this when I did, despite the lack of information available online.
75 denier fibreproof polyester fabric. Water repellent and with good vapour permeability
Weight:75 g/ sq. m
50D S 4763 Polyester Lining
Fibreproof polyester plain fabric with good wicking properties
Weight: 67 g/sq. m
950 gram Trifusion insulation
Total weight (stuff bag excluded): Approximately 1540 gram
Trifusion Insulation description:
A triple fiber blend that combines low weight with high air content. The TriFusion sleeping bag filler consists of three different synthetic fibers, combined through advanced technology: The fibers are blended and carded to a uniform matting and heated precisely to the lowest of the three fibers' melting points, binding the fibers together. TriFusion provides a durable, low-weight insulation material with a high air content, excellent heating capacity and no risk for cold spots.
Reviewed by dridzz from California on Sunday, April 20, 2014I ordered a left and right. The first night we tried them separately. 40* weather and was comfortable. Second night tried them zipped together. With the two as one large bag you gives you the feeling of extra room which I liked and made the bags feel warmer. I would probably feel comfortable down to the middle 30* weather but it would probably start getting cool for my wife if they were separate.
Reviewed by mora from California on Wednesday, April 16, 2014We have the Haglofs Hypna Down 3S sleeping bag (that we love!) and wanted a synthetic one for warmer/wet weather. This one fits the bill perfectly. Same great construction and attention to details as the down version of it - great snagless full length zipper, easy to operate and very room and comfy for a mummy style bag, which sometimes can feel restricting. Light, this bag compresses very small for a synthetic, although I noted that it tends to come out of compression rather wrinkly (unlike the down version) Used it several nights at about 40-50 degree temp and felt warm and cozy without overheating. It is the perfect bag for summer and late spring. Temperature is rated comfort at 32F, which feels accurate, although I would probably use our Haglofs Down 3S rather than this bag if I expect temps in the 30"s, but i have a feeling this bag would work for temp in the mid to high 30s with appropriate layers.
Overall, I'd say it is a great bag for wet and warmer weather. The only thing we are not fond of in this bag is the color- The bright yellow on the top part is really bright! but at least, you won't have trouble finding your bag in the tent or in your closet!
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