Sierra Designs 7th Heaven

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If this bag worked properly, it would be awesome!

Rating: rated 2 of 5 stars
Design: mummy
Fill: not sure
Temperature Rating: 0-32 f
Weight: not sure
Price Paid: $400

If this bag worked properly, it would be awesome! The flex construction is fabulous for my flailing sleeping body. The problem is the zipper. Once you tuck yourself into it, zipping it up is a bit tricky. It often gets stuck on the up-zip.

But the major problem is unzipping the bag. As a claustrophobic type of person, being trapped inside my bag is not pleasant. The zipper requires a lot of pushing/pulling/yanking before it will move. And then it will go down a short distance before getting stuck again. I have had friends try to get me out and they have the same problem. I have sent mine in for warranty because it is pretty lousy to sleep in.

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Sierra Designs' Flex sleeping bags offer a revolutionary new concept in outdoor living: a co

- Snow Leopard Mountain Sports

The 7th Heaven Sleeping Bag by Sierra Designs offers a revolutionary new concept in outdoor living: a comfortable night's sleep in the outdoors. The trick is in the Flex construction: the bag expands where you need it to, so you can turn and move like you do at home, all the while maintaining thermal efficiency (you stay warm). Our NightCap Hood allows side and belly sleepers (75% of us) to keep elbows and arms inside the bag, in their natural position, all night long. Don't take our word for it: get inside a Flex bag and try it out. Sleeping on the ground will never be the same.Great for: Backpacking, Camping, Expedition, Mountaineering Temperature Range: 0 Degree F/-18 Degree C. Type: Engineered Comfort Flex Insulation: Powerfill 600-Fill Goose Down Trail Weight: 4 lbs 2 oz (R): 4 lbs 5oz (L) Fill Weight: 36 oz (R); 38 oz (L) Inside Length: 72.5in. (R); 80in. (L) Zipper Side: Right Stuff Size: 9in. x 19in. Shell Material: 40D Polyester Ripstop Liner Material: 40D Polyester Ripstop Shoulder Girth: 57/63in. (R); 59/65in. (L) Hip Girth: 53/59in. (R); 55/61in. (L) Footbox Girth: 39/41in. (R); 40/42in. (L)Features: Baffle Construction Draft Collar Dual Draft Tubes Flex Construction Glow-in-the-Dark Zipper Pulls NightCap Hood Pad Locks Snag Free Zipper Tracks Tucked Stitching

- Moosejaw

Let this blissful 0° women's goose down bag be your solution for sweet dreams and a restful night when backpacking in cooler temperatures. Designed for women, with a narrower cut at the shoulders, wider at the hips and extra insulation in the footbox and torso areas where it's needed most. Patented flex construction allows the bag to fold and stretch, accommodating various size sleepers and movement from one position to another. Quality 600 fill-power goose down insulation offers a high warmth-to-weight ratio. Night Cap hood accommodates sleeping on your back, side or stomach comfortably without losing warmth--even with your arms up by your head. Pad Locks™ at the shoulders and hips keep your bag and sleeping pad together no matter how much you roll over. Lightweight, yet durable polyester ripstop shell and lining is comfortable, moisture-wicking, and warms up fast. New, snag-free zipper tracks create a barrier between lining and zipper track to prevent tears; glow-in-the-dark zipper pulls are easy to see. Constructed with hidden, tucked seams to further prevent snags and reduce wear and tear. Two, fully insulated draft tubes (top and bottom) and draft collar work together to remove cold spots for a more peaceful night's sleep. Baffle construction allows the goose down to remain fully lofted and keeps it from shifting and migrating for additional warmth. Cotton storage bag and nylon stuff sack included.


Sierra Designs 7th Heaven


The 7th Heaven has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$199.93 - $297.95

The Sierra Designs 7th Heaven is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 16, 2006 at Snow Leopard Mountain Sports.

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