EMS Mountain Light -40
I used this bag on a winter mountaineering trip in…
Fill: 800 fill down
Temperature Rating: -40 degrees Farenheight
Weight: 4 lb 11 oz.
Price Paid: $437
I used this bag on a winter mountaineering trip in February 2006. The weather was -10 degrees Farenheight, 60 MPH wind gusts, and blowing snow. I was warm sleeping in the snow in a tent. The bag is long and wide enough so that your boot liners can be placed in the bottom to dry out. This bag is well worth the price and should be used for winter camping and mountaineering.
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Demanding expeditions in extreme environments, you know that bad nights sleep will compromise your experience. Sink in to the EMS Mountain Light -40? and you know you are in for a good night so you can perform at your best tomorrow. Warning, this bag is toasty! Insulated with 800-fill goose down for maximum (and we mean maximum) warmth and minimal weight. Pertex?? Endurance shell is highly water resistant and is so light that it allows the down to loft fully. Big draft tube keeps warmth from escaping through the zipper. Thickly insulated chest and neck muffs provide further protection. Hood wraps around your head, leaving no place for a draft and only your mouth/nose exposed. Dual-layered vertical chest baffles overlay the down insulation to prevent any cold spots. Inner chest pocket secures essentials; hanging loops for proper storage. Includes compression sack and storage sack.