|Weight||1 lb 9 oz / 700 g||1 lb 12 oz / 780 g|
|Fill weight||9 oz / 250 g||11 oz / 300 g|
|Temperature rating||45 F / 7 C||45 F / 7 C|
|EN upper limit||77 F / 25 C||77 F / 25 C|
|EN comfort||61 F / 16 C||61 F / 16 C|
|EN lower limit||54 F / 12 C||54 F / 12 C|
|EN extreme||34 F / 1 C||34 F / 1 C|
|Fill||750-fill down||750-fill down|
|Max user height||5 ft 11 in / 180 cm||6 ft 7 in / 200 cm|
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Warm backpacking trips require a lightweight, compact, and versatile sleeping bag like the Exped DreamWalker 250 Sleeping Bag. Super soft and fine 840-fill goose down insulation provides the right amount of warmth for temperatures around 45 degrees. Its rectangular shape offers a lot more versatility than the ever-popular mummy bags, like switching the bag to a blanket by unzipping it completely and stowing the hood to transform it into a blanket. And you can unzip the middle opening, slide the bag over your head, and wear it like a poncho while you hang out with your buddies around a fireplace on a cold night. The DreamWalker 250 also features a flap pocket on the bag to store any small items you might want in the night or stuff you don't want to get cold, like your contact-lens case. It comes with a waterproof stuff sack to take on river trips, and the mesh storage sack lets the bag retain its fluff for longer lasting quality when you aren't using it. The sack also doubles as a mosquito net when you camp in buggy environments.
When adventure takes you out in warmer months, use the versatile, water-resistant Exped Dreamwalker 250g sleeping bag for a comfortable night's sleep. Lightweight 750-fill premium goose down insulation and a hood keep you warm as temperatures dip in the early hours of the morning. A 2-way zipper allows the bag to open fully into a comforter for yourself or to share. And in cold, winter months, the Swift can be slipped over a down bag to add an additional layer of insulation when needed. Or it can be used as an insulated poncho.
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