Mountain Hardwear Phantom 0°
|Weight||2 lb 10 oz / 1200 g||2 lb 14 oz / 1310 g|
|Fill Weight||1 lb 12 oz / 794 g||1 lb 14 oz / 850 g|
|Loft||7 in / 19 cm||7 in / 19 cm|
|Temperature Rating||0 F / -20 C||0 F / -20 C|
|Fill||800 Fill-Power Down||800 Fill-Power Down|
|Max User Height||6 ft 0 in / 180 cm||6 ft 6 in / 200 cm|
|Shoulder girth||60 in / 152 cm||62 in / 157 cm|
|Hip girth||56 in / 142 cm||58 in / 147 cm|
|Foot girth||38 in / 97 cm||40 in / 102 cm|
|Price||$475.00 USD||$485.00 USD|
Great weight-to-warmth ratio. Used in temps below…
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $400
Great weight-to-warmth ratio. Used in temps below 0. Have used for 3 years and no complaints
- Slim fit
Used this bag in below 0 temps in the Sierras and Alaska. Lightweight. Warm. Compacts nicely with a 16 liter compression sack. Use a liner and very comfortable.
Good cold weather bag. I have the long version of…
Good cold weather bag.
- Good warmth-to-weight ratio
- Snug without being too restrictive
I have the long version of this bag. It's very warm, the coldest I've had it was at 2°F, -17°C on a Therm-a-Rest Xtherm. I was very warm.
The interior pockets are a very nice addition, but as with all the Phantom bags, you'll be wrestling with a snagged zipper if you don't take the time to be careful with the zip.
This is a cold weather bag, if you try to sleep in this above freezing point, you're going to be too warm.
I bought this sleeping bag a month ago and did Everest…
Price Paid: 475$
I bought this sleeping bag a month ago and did Everest trek in it. Before using it i thought it was quite expensive but after using, my impression was totally changed. Now I have a confidence to sleep easily and warmly even in very low temperatures.
The only drawback I feel is a little greater volume and no inner zip handle. Overall very good.
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The Mountain Hardwear Phantom 0 is a compressible, lightweight 800-fill Q.Shield DOWN bag for backpackers, and climbers 0 F /18 C. A super-lightweight 800-fill bag ideal for gram counting backpackers and climbers. Q.Shield DOWN maintains heat and maximum loft in damp conditions. The almost translucent 10D fabric has a soft hand and is exceptionally lightweight.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
You'll sleep like a baby in the warm and plush Mountain Hardwear Phantom +0 sleeping bag with Q.ShieldTM DOWN 800-fill goose down.
- REI refers to the men's version
Mountain Hardwear Phantom 0F Down Sleeping BagThe Mountain Hardwear Phantom 0F Down Sleeping Bag is ideal to use for resting when you are backpacking through the woods or climbing high mountains. Its Q Shield 800-fill down resists moisture and maximizes the warmth provided to you even on a wet trail. A tight 5 in. baffle spacing enhances the loft as well. Thanks to the down-filled face gasket, cold air is effectively blocked out and your face remains protected from the chill. With the six-chamber hood design, your head gets consistent warmth, too. The two-piece collar drapes over your neck and shoulders to retain body heat within for a cozy feeling. The lightweight two-way #3 zipper enables easy entry and exit into the bag. Make the most of your outdoor adventures with the Mountain Hardwear Phantom 0F Down Sleeping Bag!
- SunnySports refers to the men's version
At just over two-and-a-half pounds light, the Mountain Hardwear Phantom 0 Degree Down Sleeping Bag takes a burden off your back and puts some Z's in your sleep. This sleeping bag packs down small, fits your body like a glove, and features water-repellent down insulation that fends off heat-robbing moisture so it can retain its loft and warmth. This ultralight mummy bag will become a welcome addition to your shoulder-season backpacking kit whether you're overnighting in the White Mountains or picking off summits in the La Sals.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version