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ALPS Mountaineering Quest 20 Down Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Down

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Item #ALM004S

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Tech Specs

⚠️ WARNING:
Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Material:
100% polyester
Insulation:
down
Shape:
mummy
Zipper:
full-length
Bag Length:
[regular] 80in, [long] 86in
Draft Tube:
yes
Degree:
20F
Stuff Sack:
yes
Claimed Weight:
[regular] 2lbs 5oz, [long] 2lbs 9oz
Recommended Use:
backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

A quest for adventure.

Whether you've got some soul searching to do along the PCT or you're out to bag 14ers, your Alps Mountaineering Quest 20 Degree Down Sleeping Bag will accompany you on your quest for adventure. This lightweight bag packs down extremely small when you're going fast and light on a week-long trek, and the hyrophobic down won't leave you cold and shivering in damp winter conditions. The full-length zipper lets you ventilate when the temperature rises, and the durable polyester ripstop construction is ready for all the wear and tear you'll experience along the trail.

  • A lightweight sleeping bag for minimalist backpacking
  • 20-degree rating is perfect for chilly spring nights
  • Hydrophobic down retains warmth in damp conditions
  • Durable polyester ripstop fabric can withstand wear and tear
  • Full-length zipper lets you ventilate when you need
  • Compression stuff sack for packing light
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Amazing for the Price

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Used this bag now on at least a dozen camping trips, half of them backpacking. Getting a down bag at this price is a steal. stayed warm in the mountains in fall and the desert in winter. Also use it in milder temps and just leave it unzipped and folded over like a blanket. Seems VERY durable so far. I have gotten the zipper stuck on the fabric and had to yank pretty hard, thought i was gonna ruin it, but not a single rip. Haven't had an issue with the down bunching, but if it does I'm sure that can be easily remedied.

Can't beat the price

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I read through the reviews and decided to take a chance on this bag as there were good and bad. Seems to be a well-made bag and I did experience the issue with the compression of the down to piles in the bag leaving other areas void of any down. I solved this simply by throwing the bag in the dryer on no heat for an hour with 4 tennis balls. A bag of tennis balls plus the price of the bag is much cheaper than many other down sleeping bags. It's up to you but I would save the money and buy a bag of practice balls.

Wow... Simply Terrible

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I ordered 2 of these bags and returned both the very same day. The down was bunched up in both bags, leaving many spots with zero insulation. The materials feel cheap, although they do compress relatively well. This bag feels like walmart brand quality. I won't be buying anything from Alps Mountaineering again.

Do you think it would have helped to place it in the dryer to fluff it up as recommended by just about all manufacturing of down sleeping bags?

Michael,

I did that with one of the bags, which helped a little. If you were just car camping, this bag should suffice with a nice pad. However the materials feel too cheap and fragile for backpacking. The down also feels far less than is suggested by the manufacturer. For backpacking, I’d suggest a name brand that you can trust.

Backcountry has a fantastic return policy. If you doubt my opinion, I’d suggest getting the bag and trying it out for yourself.

Wow... simply wonderful

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

A great bag , good warmth (mid 40, 5 -7 celcius) . A liner does help as well might I say. Good size not too tight nor big. Incredible compressibility unlike many other Alps sleeping bags ( Crescent Lake as an example). This a bag that fits with your tent, within a 50L bag without issues. Would buy a second if they come back

What a deal!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

When I saw the price this bag was going for, I had to make the purchase. Down bags at these prices are just unheard of. The fact that it came with a compression sack even sweetened the deal. It'a true 20 degree down bag at an incredible price. You won't be disappointed!

Unanswered Question

Anyone know what size this packs down to? Also looking for a review of this item and can't find one anywhere, if you have one please let me know what you think of it, thanks!