|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|
|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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The sun is bright, the air is warm. Spring skiing is the best of both seasons, and that corn snow is great for carving tele's. But when the sun goes down it often takes the spring with it. That's why you're using the new Lynx in MicroLite XP(TM). This -10degF bag weighs only 3 lbs. 2 oz. and has a shoulder girth of 62". It comes equipped with a plump down-filled collar. The V-Block 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 market.
The Western Mountaineering Lynx MF -10 Degree Sleeping Bag is a down sleeping bag for cold weather in the backcountry. Venture into the outdoors in the early spring, on foot or searching for the best ski spots before the Snow melts and this medium sized cat will take cAre of the warmth. Filled with 32oz of 850+ fill power down, you're getting a 9" loft to surround your whole body with warmth as you sleep. Rated to -10°F, but only weighing in at 3lbs, 2oz, it won't break your back when hiking through the melting Snow. A MicroLite XP shell protects the down inside and the draft tube and collar prevent drafts from leaking there way through. Features of the Lynx MF -10 Degree Sleeping Bag by Western Mountaineering 6in. Spacing/V-Block Side Baffle 62in./39in. Shoulder/Foot Girth Full Down Collar 8.5in. Loft, -10 F 32 oz. Down Fill 3 lbs. 2 oz. Total Weight Made in the USA
Possibly the warmest 3 pound bag on earth At only just 2 ounces over 3 pounds and compressed to roughly the size of a basketball it is difficult to imagine that the Western Mountaineering Lynx can really be warm down to 10 degrees below freezing. Laid out, the Lynx MF's 32 oz. of premium down lofts to surround you with an outrageous 8.5 inches of comfortable loft. In addition to copious amounts of premium down, a full down collar keeps heat from escaping at the neck and shoulder section of the bag. A well filled draft tube at the zipper prevents heat loss and zipper snags. Don't be fooled by the low weight, the Lynx is one toasty warm bag. If you treat your sleeping bags like Linus treats his blanket, you'll have nothing to worry about with the Lynx MF. Durability can be attributed to excellent craftsmanship and the strong yet water resistant Microfiber construction. Microfiber fabric is very water resistant because it is constructed with an extremely high thread count of dense yarns. Each microfiber yarn has many more filaments than a normal nylon or polyester yarn of equivalent size. Woven into high thread count material, it becomes a fabric that really keeps wind and water out. Since there is no coating or laminate on the material, it is highly breathable. The fabric construction is responsible for weatherproofness, it's not something that can wear off, wash out or delaminate. This is the most technologically advanced non-laminated weather resistant fabric available. Western's Bristlecone will keep you warm and dry through years of use. Features and Benefits a Extremely breathable yet water resistant Microfiber shell offers protection from condensation and frost. a 6" Spacing/V-Block side Baffle keeps insulation where it belongs. a 62"/39" Shoulder/Foot Girth leaves loads of room for bigger folks or more gear. a Full Down Collar ensures that there are no cold spots. a Draft Tube seals heat in at the zipper. a 8.5" Loft, -10Adeg F rating a 32 oz. Down Fill. a Just 3 lbs. 2 oz. total weight. a Made in the USA.
When the sun goes down and takes warmer temperatures with it, the -10deg Lynx from Western Mountaineering will keep you toasty with high-lofting 850+ fill goose down in a water-resistant MicroLite XP shell.. . . . 850+ fill European goose down with 8.5 in. of heat-trapping loft provides longevity, compressibility, and a luxurious drape. Baffle construction with 6 in. spacing and V-block side baffles to keep down in place. MicroLite XP densely woven shell fabric is lightweight, highly water resistant, and highly breathable-ideal for down sleeping bags. DWR shell fabric treatment protects the down from spills and condensation. Hood with enough down fill to surround your face and forehead. Plump down-filled collar wraps snugly at the neck and cinches with a bungee drawcord. Well-fitted draft tube prevents cold air from entering the bag. Inner shell fabric cut narrower than the outer shell to promote proper lofting and to protect the down against compression. #5 YKK coil zippers with locking sliders provide years of trouble-free use. Stiffening tape along the zippers ensure snag-free use. Two-way zipper for ventilation options. Water-resistant stuff sack with handle loop for use on the trail. Storage sack to keep your bag lofted when you get back home.
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