Western Mountaineering Lynx MF

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Specs

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Weight 3 lb 0 oz / 1360 g 3 lb 2 oz / 1420 g 3 lb 5 oz / 1500 g
Fill weight 1 lb 14 oz / 850 g 2 lb 0 oz / 905 g 2 lb 2 oz / 965 g
Loft 8.5 in / 21.5 cm 8.5 in / 21.5 cm 8.5 in / 21.5 cm
Temperature rating -10 F / -23 C -10 F / -23 C -10 F / -23 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 61 in / 157 cm 62 in / 157 cm 63 in / 160 cm
Hip girth 54 in / 137 cm 54 in / 137 cm 55 in / 139 cm
Foot girth 39 in / 97 cm 39 in / 99 cm 39 in / 99 cm

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Western Mountaineering's Lynx MF page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Quite possibly the warmest three-pound bag on the market, the Western Mountaineering Lynx MF sleeping bag takes a bite out of brutally cold winter nights. Made for human powered winter camping, mountaineering expeditions, and backcountry ski trips, the efficient -10degF Lynx boasts 8-inches of loft, yet weighs a mere 3 lbs. 2 oz. The V-Block Side Baffle, unique to WM's true winter-specific bags, ensures perfect down distribution. MicroLite XP(TM) shell is very weather resistant while remaining extremely breathable A slightly over-sized winter fit ensures comfort when extreme weather necessitates an extra layer or two A full 3-dimensional down filled collar full provides a protective seal from the bellows effect as you move about inside your bag 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 zipper jams Robust insulated draft tube keeps heat from escaping through the zipper 8 1/2'' Loft provides luxurious warmth and compressibility 6'' spaced baffles allow maximum loft while preventing down migration V side block baffles ensure that insulation stays put and increases the number of down filled chambers to warm quicker DWR finish keeps moisture at bay even after multiple washings 62''/39'' Shoulder/Foot girth Stuff sack and large volume storage sack included Proudly made in the USA Closeout models have black fabric on the ground-facing side of the bag

- OMCgear

When the sun goes down and takes warmer temperatures with it, the -10? Lynx from Western Mountaineering will keep you toasty with high-lofting 850+ fill goose down in a water-resistant MicroLite XP shell.

- EMS

The sun is bright the air is warm Spring skiing is the best of both seasons and that corn snow is great for carving teles But when the sun goes down it often takes the spring with it Thats why youre using our new Lynx in MicroLite XP This 10F bag weighs only 3 lbs 2 oz and has a shoulder girth of 62 It comes equipped with our plump downfilled collar The VBlock Side Baffle insures perfect down distribution And the well filled draft tube has a stiffening tape that prevents snags This efficient bag with over 8 of loft is simply a bombshell of insulation and quite possibly the warmest three pound bag on the marketFeatures 6 SpacingVBlock Side Baffle 6239 ShoulderFoot Girth Full Down Collar 85 Loft 10 F 32 oz Down Fill 3 lbs 2 oz Total Weight

- Bentgate.com

It's the age old question: Do you take a warm, comfy sleeping bag that's heavy and doesn't compress very well or a lightweight bag that isn't quite warm enough? Weighing only 3lb 2oz and featuring eight inches of loft, the Lynx MF Sleeping Bag solves the problem. Western Mountaineering stuffed this winter sleeping bag with ultralight, ultra compressible 850-fill down, which keeps you warm down to -10F. A full-length draft tube and overstuffed draft collar help seal in heat for even more warmth. The microfiber shell not only contributes to the Lynx MF's light weight, it resists wind and moisture and breathes well, preserving the down's loft.

- Backcountry.com