Western Mountaineering Apache GWS

Specs

short regular long
Weight 2 lb 4 oz / 1020 g 2 lb 6 oz / 1075 g 2 lb 8 oz / 1135 g
Fill weight 1 lb 1 oz / 480 g 1 lb 3 oz / 535 g 1 lb 5 oz / 595 g
Loft 15 cm 6 in / 15 cm 6 in / 15 cm
Temperature rating 15 F / -10 C 15 F / -10 C 15 F / -10 C
Fill 850 fill-power down 850 fill-power down 850 fill-power down
Shape Mummy Mummy Mummy
Max user height 5 ft 6 in / 165 cm 6 ft 0 in / 180 cm 6 ft 6 in / 200 cm
Shoulder girth 59 in / 150 cm 59 in / 150 cm 60 in / 152 cm
Hip girth 51 in / 130 cm 51 in / 130 cm 52 in / 132 cm
Foot girth 38 in / 97 cm 38 in / 97 cm 38 in / 97 cm

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Western Mountaineering's Apache GWS page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

3 season warmth bomber weatherproofingSleeping bags are a big investment but a comfortable nights sleep can really make or break a trip For an impressive mix of comfort low weight and weatherproofing in a 3 season bag look no further than the Western Mountaineering Apache GWS The WM Apache features a trim cut 59 shoulder girth and 38 foot girth allow the Apache to loft 6 with only 19 oz of 850 fill premium down Not only does the cut allow the bag to warm very quickly but it keeps weight down to a shockingly light 2 lbs 6 oz A full down collar cuddles the neck and keeps heat from escaping On warmer nights continuous baffles allow the down insulation to be pushed towards the bottom of the bag which makes the bag feel cooler When weather takes a turn for the worst the Apache GWS is prepared thanks to a Gore Windstopper construction Western Mountaineering uses the lightest and most compressible Gore Windstopper fabric available and the one with the softest hand The face fabric is a 273 thread count 30 denier fabric that weighs only 11 ounces per square yard The breathability of the Gore Windstopper membrane reduces the threat of condensation while remaining more than water resistant enough for the needs of a sleeping bag The Apache GWS is ready for wind snow frost and condensation Features and Benefits Breathable yet weather resistant Gore Windstopper shell offers protection from condensation and frost 5 14 SpacingContinuous baffles keeps insulation where you want it 5938 ShoulderFoot Girth Full Down Collar ensures that there are no cold spots 6 Loft 15 F rating 19 oz Down Fill Just 2 lbs 6 oz total weight

- Bentgate.com

The Apaches tame the cold! Built like a pint-sized winter bag, the Western Mountaineering Apache GWS with Gore Windstopper(TM) shell allows you to sleep happily protected against external moisture. The efficient cut allows you to heat the bag quickly, while 19 ounces of goose down plumps up to a voluptuous 6 inches of loft.-- Gore WINDSTOPPER(TM) shell reduces the threat of condensation and moisture while remaining breathable-- A full 3-dimensional down filled collar seals in heat-- Enjoy easy ventilation with a full-length #5 YKK Coil Zipper featuring two locking slider pulls for convenient access from inside or outside the bag-- Dacron(R) stiffening tape ensures smooth zipping and prevents snags-- Insulated Draft Tube keeps heat from escaping through the zipper-- 6'' loft offers luxurious warmth and high compressibility-- 5 1/4'' spaced baffles allow maximum loft while preventing down migration-- Continuous Baffles encircle the bag zipper to zipper allowing down manipulation for comfort in broad temperature ranges-- DWR finish keeps moisture at bay even after multiple washings-- 59''/38'' Shoulder/Foot girth-- Stuff sack and large volume storage sack included-- Wear your boot [liners] inside! Abrasion-resistant taffeta lines the inner foot box for added durability-- Proudly made in the USA-- Closeout models have black fabric on the ground-facing side of the bag

- OMCgear

Pushing the boundaries for a 2- to 3-season bag, the Western Mountaineering Apache uses Gore WindStopper technology to protect you from those early-morning chills.

- EMS

Western Mountaineering Apache GWS

previously retailed for:
$264.98 - $640.00

The Western Mountaineering Apache GWS is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 21, 2015 at Bentgate.com.

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