Eureka! Riner 40º


fall 2010
Weight 2 lb 8 oz / 1100 g
Fill weight 1 lb 0 oz / 450 g
Temperature rating 40 F / 4.4 C
Fill Rteq synthetic
Shape mummy
Max user height 6 ft 6 in / 200 cm
Shoulder girth 66 in / 170 cm

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Stoked for the outdoors, the Eureka Riner 40 Degree Sleeping Bag provides lightweight compressibility through the selection of unique components like its soft hand 50D polyester ripstop shell , and comfy 75D peached polyester lining. Packed with proprietary Rteq micros insulation, that is 20% more compressible than the high performance Rteq insulation, this body tapered sleeping bag sports a hood for added warmth. The soft design fabric's of the Riner allows this 40 degree cocoon to compact more fully and loft higher than a larger denier textile. Verticle "S" quilted to a peached, warm-to-touch lining, its insulation wraps all your body curves for a toasty sleep.

- Altrec Outdoors

Implosion Series Sleeping Bag. Highly compressible, thermally efficient bags that maximize warmth with minimal weight and bulk for extended time while on the trail or traveling.FeaturesThe hybrid-shape meets the needs of those valuing a roomy yet compactable sleeping bag.Shell material: 50D polyester ripstopLining material: 75D peached polyesterInsulation: Eureka! Rteq microConstruction: Single layer/full cover shellZipper: YKK # 5Warm-to-touch liningVertical "S" quiltingInternal pocketFull length draft tubeAnti-snag zipper stitchguardHood drawcordTrapezoidal footbox constructionHang loopsCompression stuff sack

- Campmor

Eureka! Riner 40º


The Eureka! Riner 40º is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 18, 2012 at SunnySports.

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