Western Mountaineering Puma MF
|Weight||3 lb 4 oz / 1450 g||3 lb 7 oz / 1550 g||3 lb 10 oz / 1615 g|
|Fill weight||2 lb 1 oz / 935 g||2 lb 4 oz / 1020 g||2 lb 7 oz / 1105 g|
|Loft||9 in / 23 cm||9 in / 23 cm||9 in / 23 cm|
|Temperature rating||-25 F / -32 C||-25 F / -32 C||-25 F / -32 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||62 in / 160 cm||64 in / 163 cm||66 in / 170 cm|
|Hip girth||55 in / 137 cm||56 in / 140 cm||57 in / 147 cm|
|Foot girth||39 in / 99 cm||39 in / 99 cm||39 in / 104 cm|
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The Western Mountaineering Puma MF offers 9 inches of loft, 36 ounces of 850+ fill power down, two densely packed Interlocking draft tubes, and a full down filled collar that will keep you in warm to 25 below zero. The VBlock side baffle provides phenomenal down control which is necessary in a bag with this much loft. You get a 64 inch shoulder girth, so there's even room for layering. The MicroLite XP shell has superior breathability while being extremely water resistant. This bundle of warmth weighs in at just 3 lb 7 oz total weight.
The Western Mountaineering Puma MF sleeping bag is ready for the Nepalese mountains, Peruvian cordilleras or Alaskan frontier, where routine elevations of 12,000+ feet bring on new levels of cold. The Puma cocoons you in 9-inches of lofty 850+ fill goose down. With winter specific features such as a two Interlocking Draft Tubes, V-Block Side baffles, collar and hood, this winter-specific bag will meet your cold weather needs head on. The MicroLite XP(TM) shell has superior breathability while being extremely water resistant 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 interlocking insulated draft tube keeps heat from escaping through the zipper 9'' 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 64''/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
Known by Volcanologists the world over youd think this Puma MF was filled with high lofting lava 9 of loft 36 oz of 850 fill power down two densely packed Interlocking Draft Tubes and a full down filled collar will keep you in the ring of fire till 25 below zero Its VBlock Side Baffle provides phenomenal down control so necessary in a bag with this much loft You get a 64 shoulder girth so that theres even room for layering The MicroLite XP shell has superior breathability while being extremely water resistant This bundle of warmth weighs in at just 3 lb 7 oz total weightFeatures 6 SpacingVBlock Side Baffle 6439 ShoulderFoot Girth Full Down Collar Interlocking Draft Tubes 9 Loft 25 F 36 oz Down Fill 3 lbs 7 oz Total Weight
Premium down, gravity-defying loft, and a Microlite XP shell help the Western Mountaineering Puma MF Sleeping Bag achieve a -25 degree temperature rating at a scan 3lb 4oz weight. MicroLite XP resists water while maintaining exceptional breathability, so vapor from your body can escape instead of getting trapped in the 850+ down insulation and decreasing the loft. Double interlocking draft tubes and a liberally filled draft collar seal in heat so you'll feel warm and comfortable even in brutally cold conditions. Western Mountaineering gave the Puma MF plenty of shoulder girth to accommodate layering or active sleepers.