Exped Waterbloc 1200
|Weight||5 lb 0 oz / 2280 g||5 lb 3 oz / 2340 g|
|Fill weight||2 lb 11 oz / 1210 g||2 lb 15 oz / 1320 g|
|Temperature rating||-20 F / -29 C||-20 F / -29 C|
|EN upper limit||42 F / 6 C||42 F / 6 C|
|EN comfort||13 F / -11 C||13 F / -11 C|
|EN lower limit||-1 F / -18 C||-1 F / -18 C|
|EN extreme||-39 F / -40 C||-39 F / -40 C|
|Fill||750-fill down||750-fill down|
|Max user height||6 ft 3 in / 190 cm||6 ft 11 in / 210 cm|
With a waterproof, welded shell (patented), Waterbloc 1200 is the world‘s first, expedition grade, waterproof AND breathable goose down sleeping bag. In short, the perfect sleeping bag for situations when severe cold meets wet.
* Oversized draft tubes and stiffeners protect zippers and prevent snags. 3 interior chambers prevent down shift.
* Big flap: zipper is supported with a large flap for added weather protection.
* Convenient, interior pocket is perfect for holding small, personal gear.
* Stuff sack is a waterproof compression bag with fold n roll closure. Just roll once, press out the air, then roll shut.
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With a waterproof, welded shell (patented), Exped's Waterbloc 1200 is the worlds first, expedition grade, waterproof AND breathable goose down sleeping bag. In short, the perfect sleeping bag for situations when severe cold meets wet.
It's damn near impossible to stay warm in frigid temperatures when the weather brings a horrendous downpour along with it, unless you have the Exped WaterBloc 1200 Sleeping Bag. A Pertex Membrane and taped baffles offer exquisite waterproof protection against the wet weather, making it actually float above water (lets hope it never has to, though). The Pertex Endurance shell brings the breathability so you stay comfortable when you stuff your entire body in the bag to avoid the stormy weather, and the 840-fill goose down warms you up in temps as low as -20 degrees while keeping the bag compressible and lightweight.The WaterBloc also features an adjustable hood that cinched tightly across your face to block out the cold. A draft collar retains the insulation's wonderful warmth. And Exped included a waterproof Drybag for river trips, and the storage bag doubles as a mosquito net in buggy environments.