Mountain Hardwear Wraith SL -20°
Historic Range: $364.05-$950.00
Reviewers Paid: $440.00-$450.00
|Weight||4 lb 8 oz / 2040 g||4 lb 12 oz / 2160 g|
|Fill weight||2 lb 4 oz / 1020 g||2 lb 6 oz / 1080 g|
|Loft||9 in / 20 cm||9 in / 20 cm|
|Temperature rating||-20 F / -29 C||-20 F / -29 C|
|Fill||800 fill-power down||800 fill-power down|
|Max user height||6 ft 0 in / 180 cm||6 ft 6 in / 200 cm|
|Shoulder girth||63 in / 160 cm||65 in / 165 cm|
|Hip girth||59 in / 150 cm||61 in / 155 cm|
|Foot girth||39 in / 99 cm||41 in / 104 cm|
|Price||$610.00 USD||$630.00 USD|
I needed a bag for an Alaskan expedition. I found the MH Wraith on sale and ordered it.
It is very well made especially the conduit fabric for waterproofing. Luckily I went on a pre-Alaska trip to the San Juan Mountains in southwest Colorado in winter before heading off to Alaska. This sleeping bag would be very minimalist in the cold weather of Alaska. I got very cold in it the first night at 12,000 ft. in 7 degree F weather. After learning how to use the draft tube and hood I was fine.
I think this bag will be fine down to -5 degree F. I still have not been to Alaska but when I do I will rent a -40 degree F bag!
Price Paid: $450
For me it came down to the MH or the North Face, in the end I chose the Mountain Hardwear because of the roomier cut. I am a bigger guy and I am not a fan of sleeping and feeling like I am wrapped up and can't move. I am very satisfied with the product. I have had it out in single degree temps with below 0 wind chill and slept in shorts only and had not problem. I would highly recommend this product.
Fill: 800 Down
Temperature Rating: -20
Price Paid: $440