Moonstone 650 Delta Morpheus

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This may be old news to backpacking experts, but comfort…

Rating: rated 3.5 of 5 stars
Design: mumy
Fill: 650 + fill power goose down
Temperature Rating: 20 F
Weight: 2 lb, 14 oz.

This may be old news to backpacking experts, but comfort in the 20 degree F rating is not possible without an excellent sleeping pad underneath. Once you have that, comfort is possible. I have slept in this bag down to 15 degrees in windy conditions. Zipper can be hard to operate.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The award winning Moonstone 650 Delta Morpheus Sleeping Bag combines synthetic and down insulation, giving you the best of both worlds and keeping you warm down to 20Feven when wet.

- Backcountry Outlet

Think of the 650 Delta Morpheus by Moonstone as combining the best of both sleeping bag worlds. With 650+ fill down over the top of the body, the user feels the light, soft touch of down insulation and will benefit from its compressibility and weight reduction when packed. Polarguard Delta is placed under the body and around the toe box to resist compression and improve insulation especially when wet. Fabric: 40D Pertex Diamond Rip 1.6 Lining: Poly Taffeta Weight: 2lbs. 11oz./ 1219g. (Reg) - 2lbs. 14oz. / 1303g. (Lg) Stuff Size: 9.5in. x 15.5in. Temp Rating: 20 Degrees F; -7 Degrees C Insulation: 650+ Fill Power Premium Goose Down / Polarguard Delta Key Features: Trapezoid baffle down construction on top Polarguard Delta layered insulation on bottom and around footbox Polarguard Delta insulated draft tube Anatomic footbox Ground level side seams Easy grab glow-in-the-dark zipper pull Single pull contoured hood Easy ID storage sack Variable fill levels

- Moosejaw

Moonstone 650 Delta Morpheus

Discontinued

The 650 Delta Morpheus has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$108.00 - $161.50

The Moonstone 650 Delta Morpheus is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 16, 2007 at Backcountry Outlet.

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