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Mountain Hardwear Comet Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Down

Mountain Hardwear Comet Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Down

Mountain Hardwear Comet Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Down

The Mountain Hardwear Comet sleeping bag is a 600-fill down 30F bag great for treks where you'll encounter large temperature varianceslike hiking the Grand Canyon rim to rim in the spring.


 
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Description from Backcountry:
The Mountain Hardwear Comet sleeping bag is a 600-fill down 30F bag great for treks where you'll encounter large temperature variances—like hiking the Grand Canyon rim to rim in the spring. The Comet features the Quantum expander to give you more room and ventilation if you need it in warmer conditions. The Quantum expander increases the bag's girth by 8in, and allows for more air circulation. When temps drop, zip the expander closed for a cozy, warm night's sleep. Mountain Hardwear's new alpine mummy cut gives you more room in the elbows and hips, and the new comfort foot box lets your feet rest naturally. A down-filled face gasket functions to keep you warm and draft-free.

Bottom Line: Last night it was 50F and you were sweating; tonight it's 35F and you're cold. Time to get the Mountain Hardwear Comet sleeping bag so you can regulate your temperature and always sleep comfortably.
Material: 40D nylon taffeta
Insulation: 600-fill down
Shape: Mummy
Draft Collar: No
Max User Height: [Small] 6ft, [Reg] 6ft 6in, [Lng] 7ft
Shoulder/Hip/Foot Circumference: [Small] 58/54/36in, [Reg] 60/56/38in, [Lng] 62/58/40in
Stuff Size: 8 x 14in
Weight: [Small] 2lb 7oz, [Reg] 2lb 10oz, [Lng] 2lb 14oz
Warranty: Lifetime
Degree: 30F, -1C
Recommended Use: Camping, backpacking

 

Reviews :

I have used this bag twice in the last month here in the DFW area. The first time was in March. I was a little cold and I am not sure what the temperature was. However, I had the expander open for more room and that may have been the problem. The second time was the first of April and the low was 36F. I used a sleeping bag liner and was comfortable the whole night. I actually woke up a little too warm that morning. The bag fits easily into its stuff sack, is lightweight and comes with a mesh bag for storing. It also has a second zipper which allows you to expand the width of the bag by 8".

 

I'm incredibly cold natured and hadn't camped in seven years. My first night camping in this bag temps dipped to the low thirties. True to its name, this bag kept me warm and comfortable. Best of all, my feet didn't suffer from claustrophobia, which I gravely feared.

 

The Mountain Hardwear Comet sleeping bag is a 600-fill down 30F bag great for treks where you'll encounter large temperature varianceslike hiking the Grand Canyon rim to rim in the spring. The Comet features the Quantum expander to give you more room and ventilation if you need it in warmer conditions. The Quantum expander increases the bag's girth by 8in, and allows for more air circulation. When temps drop, zip the expander closed for a cozy, warm night's sleep. Mountain Hardwear's new alpine mummy cut gives you more room in the elbows and hips, and the new comfort foot box lets your feet rest naturally. A down-filled face gasket functions to keep you warm and draft-free.