Rab Andes 800

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fall 2010
Weight 3 lb 3.9 oz / 1470 g
Fill weight 1 lb 12 oz / 800 g
Temperature rating 0 F / -18 C
EN comfort 9 F / -13 C
EN lower limit -6 F / -21 C
EN extreme -45 F / -43 C
Fill 800-fill down
Shape Mummy
Max user height 5 ft 10.9 in / 180 cm
Shoulder girth 59 in / 150 cm
Hip girth 46.4 in / 118 cm
Foot girth 32 in / 82 cm

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Manufacturer's Description

Rab's Andes 800 is ideal for high altitude mountaineering and extended cold-weather endeavors.

* Pertex Endurance outer fabric
* Longitude chest baffles / longitude foot baffles to minimize down migration
* Internal YKK 3 coil zipped stash pocket
* Left hand zip only
* Anti zip snag webbing tape
* Internal collar and hood draw cord for increased comfort
* Trapezoidal baffle chamber design
* Angled foot box
* Supplied with dry bag compression stuff sack

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

In unsurprising news, winter's cold, especially at night. That's why Rab designed the Andes 800 Women's -8 Degree Down Sleeping Bag to keep you warm during all but the gnarliest winter nights. With Pertex Endurance and Microlight fabrics sandwiching water-resistant 800-fill European goose down, the Andes can handle high-altitude camping and winter mountaineering without condensation turning it into a soggy, cold mess. The longitudinal torso and foot baffles are designed with Flowgate technology to keep the down evenly distributed, while the drawcord hood incorporates neck and face baffles and a collar to seal your mug up tight against the chill. The 3/4-length YKK zipper comes with anti-snag tape to make zipping up and down hassle-free, and there's even an internal zippered stash pocket to help you stay organized. As a bonus, the whole shebang packs in small and weighs just over three pounds, making it as easy to carry on serious winter excursions and long backpacking trips as it is on one-night alpine bivvies.

- Backcountry.com