Mountain Hardwear Lamina -15°

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This is my favorite gear.  It is so cozy.  I don't…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: 90

This is my favorite gear.  It is so cozy.  I don't understand how anyone can sleep when they are cold.  It's a little heavy, but it's really my only piece of gear that is heavy, and a night's sleep is well worth it.


Lets face it, how many times do you need -30 degree…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: mummy
Fill: Thermic Micro
Temperature Rating: -30 Farenheight
Weight: 5 pounds
Price Paid: $200

Lets face it, how many times do you need -30 degree protection? I bought this bag because I am a cold sleeper and wanted to be protected in any cold weather circumstance. The bag's zipper helps a lot when it's warmer than ten degrees, because you can start to unzip it at the feet and let some are in to control the temperature.

The ThermicMircro insulation compresses amazingly small and is very soft and comfy. The shell is treated with DWR water-resisting coating and repels water well, but is not waterproof. The fabric on the shell is thin so so do NOT be rough with the bag or else it will tear. Also, the draft collar's velcro connections are somewhat annoying when it rubs against your bare shoulder.

The wide cut is great for putting next days clothes for warming up and changing into in the morning. The pockets inside the bag located opposite the zipper are useful for storing your cellphone and equipment you would keep in your pockets.

This bag deserves five stars because it packs amazing warmth into its loft 5 pounds. This bag is worth the 200 dollars and will last you a long time if well maintained.

P.S- I bought this bag from and the $200 is the regular length bag's price.

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Mountain Hardwear Lamina- 15F Synthetic Sleeping BagThe Mountain Hardwear Lamina - 15F Synthetic Sleeping Bag is a great choice for a comfortable night's sleep in the great outdoors. A welded Lamina construction enhances loft and eliminates cold spots, keeping you warm and snug. The product's comfortable mummy cut gives you a snug fit without constricting you. Its shell is crafted from Nylon 40 D Micro Ripstop, which makes it long-lasting and durable. The included nylon compression stuff sack and mesh storage bag offer easy portability. It comes equipped with a face gasket and tailored hood which block drafts effectively, keeping your head and neck warm. A soft polyester lining wicks away moisture efficiently for a fresh feeling. The Mountain Hardwear Lamina - 15F Synthetic Sleeping Bag ensures that you sleep like a baby, so you are ready to climb the next day!

- SunnySports

Whether you're spending the night in a snow cave or heading out on a multi-day ski tour, trust the Mountain Hardwear Lamina -15 Degree Thermal Q Sleeping Bag to keep you warm and cozy. Lamina construction attaches the insulation directly to the shell fabric, which eliminates the cold spots caused by standard baffle stitching. Plus, the shell fabric's DWR finish and the Thermal. Q synthetic insulation make the bag an ideal choice for damp winter conditions.


Mountain Hardwear Lamina -30 Degree Synthetic Camping Sleeping Bag - The Lamina -30 Degree Sleeping Bag by Mountain Hardwear is designed for cold weather expeditions and locks out those frigid temperatures. Thermal.Q synthetic insulation is high-loft and compressible like down, but it doesn't lose its warmth if it gets wet. The proprietary Lamina construction process welds the fill directly to the bag, eliminating the need for baffles, increasing durability, and decreasing cold spots. It also maintains loft through repeated washings and compression cycles. The comfortable slightly wider winter mummy cut increases comfort. The soft polyester lining wicks moisture away from you, while the polyester and a DWR-treated nylon shell fabric help increase toughness for long-term outdoor exposure. A face gasket and tailored hood comfortably block drafts at the hood opening and seal in warmth and the full-length zipper with dual sliders increases your ventilation options. The Comfort Footbox lets your feet rest in a natural position and keeps them cozy as you snooze. The Mountain Hardwear Lamina -30 Degree Sleeping Bag will keep you warm, dry and comfortable during those tough nights in the mountains or the back country.

- Outdoorplay

Push your limits with this lofty, compressible sleeping bag with enough insulation to keep you warm on the coldest winter camping trips. Hollow, continuous-filament Thermal.Q insulation is welded to shell and lining, so it stays consistently distributed, even after repeated compression and washing. This also eliminates the need for baffle construction. Draft collar falls naturally around neck and shoulders; unless it gets very cold, you won't need to tighten the drawcord. Hood efficiently retains heat without having to cinch it. If it does get cold enough to snug up, the face gasket offers a soft, comfortable seal. Draft tube along zipper ends with an insulated gusset. Comfort Footbox allows a natural foot position for maximum warmth and comfort. Shell is compressible, durable micro nylon ripstop; lining is quick-drying polyester taffeta both are treated with a durable water repellent. Snag-free, two-way zipper sliders stay put if you're venting. Two pockets keep flashlight or watch handy. Stuff sack and storage sack included. Weight 5 lb. 1 oz. Dimensions 84" x 33". Fits to 6'6". Stuffed size 15" x 8".

- L.L.Bean

CLOSEOUTS . Designed for extreme cold, Mountain Hardwear's -15and#176;F Lamina sleeping bag features toasty Thermic Micro insulation, an internal draft collar and a slightly wider winter mummy cut. Available Colors: TITANIUM. Sizes: LEFT HAND, RIGHT HAND.

- Sierra Trading Post