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.