Mountain Equipment Firelite

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Mountain Equipment Camp & Hike Firelite Sleeping Bag Left Zip Ombre Blue Long ME003508OmbreBlueLZNA. Perfect for high mountain use during the summer and at lower altitudes in Spring and Autumn.


A reliably warm bag for ultralight thru-hiking and alpinism, the Mountain Equipment Firelite sleeping bag is made for high mountain use during the summer and at lower altitudes in spring and autumn.


Features of the Mountain Equipment Firelite Sleeping Bag Plasma 10D outer shell is incredibly light and exceptionally breathable 469g of 90-10 Russian Goose Down with a minimum fill power of 800 EXL system improves loft and maximises thermal efficiency Slanted box-wall baffles throughout Ground level side seams 7 Baffle low volume anatomically shaped hood 4 Baffle anatomically shaped and offset foot-box Full length Gemini zip baffle Plasma 10D inner throughout Supplied with waterproof roll-top stuff-sack and storage cube

- Moosejaw

Truly remote backpacking locations generally frown on campfires, because nobody wants to trek high into the alpine only to see splotches of charred ash in the middle of a beautiful cirque. You'd like to leave no trace so future backpackers can also enjoy a fully natural landscape, but you'd also like to stay warm at night. Consider the Mountain Equipment's Firelite Sleeping Bag as a toasty alternative to fiery pits of natural destruction. Ideal for summers in the alpine or shoulder seasons in lower altitudes, the Firelite boasts enough warmth for freezing temperatures, and its 800+ fill down insulation keeps the bag light, lofty, and compressible for easy backpacking.



Price Current Retail: $409.95-$505.00
Historic Range: $285.97-$525.00


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