Mountain Equipment Matrix I

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Multi-day mountaineering and alpine ascents require a hard-working bag like the Mountain Equipment Matrix I sleeping bag. This bag features a combination of water-resistant down and Primaloft synthetic insulation to ensure the warmest night's sleep possible, even in wet, damp conditions. An alpine fit ensures you're not hauling around extra material, nor are you wasting energy heating up excess space in the bag at night. A baffled hood and Solus draft collar help with heat-retention and prevent cold air from seeping in. The 3/4-length side zip is convenient without adding too much weight, and the included stuff sack makes for convenient storage and travel.

- Backcountry.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Equipment Matrix I Sleeping Bag FEATURES of the Mountain Equipment Matrix I Sleeping Bag Alpine fit with tapered lower leg for improved thermal efficiency and weight reduction Trapezium 4: 4 baffle trapezoid foot piece with Bull-Eye technology for down control and low weight DC5 Hood: 5 baffles and anatomical fit provide high levels of warmth and down control with low weight Solus Collar: For optimum lightweight insulation with down draft tubes Hybrid Construction: A combination of down baffles and synthetic layers for compressibility, durability and insulation when damp Zip: 3/4 length side zip with anti-snag baffle Storage: Supplied with lightweight stuff sack and mesh storage sack

- Moosejaw

Built for backpackers who travel rain or shine, the Mountain Equipment Matrix I Sleeping Bag combines synthetic and down insulation for warmth down to about 35F.

- REI

Mountain Equipment Matrix I

currently retails for:
$174.99

The Mountain Equipment Matrix I is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 17, 2016 at Moosejaw.

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