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Ajungilak Tyin Elite

rated 5.0 of 5 stars

Fantastic bag. Have used it down to around minus 40 C. Very warm -- if it is less than minus fifteen you will be sweating in it if you wear any more than your underwear when you sleep!

Outer cover can resist a night of being snowed on out in the open without the damp seeping through. With this and a ground sheet you are set to go to all but the most extreme of cold environments.

Price Paid: 1000 SEK (used)

No zippers; no side opening. Two contractors - one for neck and one for head. Extremely good for cold weather - no tent needed! Followed by its big-brother Ajungilak Denali which has a comfort temperature of -45 Celsius and extreme temp. of -55 Celsius. It's a real life saver together with a proper groundsheet.

Design: V-model
Temperature Rating: +5 to -45 Celsius
Weight: 2.550 kg.
Price Paid: $300

Version reviewed: Tyin Arctic

A great winter bag ! I was sleeping in snow without tent at -22°C and it's really warm. A problem is the pack size (17 liter).

Design: large mummy (fits 6�7� tall)
Fill: Ajungilak Ultraloft
Temperature Rating: -35°C
Weight: 2,5 kg
Price Paid: $280

This is a great sleeping bag for me, because I live in Norway.

Design: ehhmm
Fill: polyfill
Temperature Rating: -40 C
Weight: 2,4 kg
Price Paid: too much

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