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ALPS Mountaineering - Zenith Sleeping Bag: 0F Degree Down

ALPS Mountaineering Zenith Sleeping Bag: 0F Degree Down

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$209.99 - $224.99 Original price:$319.99
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Item #ALMZ09Y

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Tech Specs

Material:
[face fabric] polyester ripstop [lining] polyester
Insulation:
600-fill hydrophobic down
Shape:
mummy
Zipper:
half-length
Shoulder Circumference:
[regular] 31in [long] 32in
Bag Length:
[regular] 80in [long] 86in
Fill Weight:
[regular] 33oz [long] 35oz
Degree:
0°F
Stuff Sack:
yes
Stuff Size:
[regular] 7 x 18in [long] 9 x 18in
Claimed Weight:
[regular] 3lb 5oz [long] 3lb 10oz
Recommended Use:
backpacking, weekend camping, winter camping
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

Why We Like The Zenith Sleeping Bag: 0F Degree Down

There is nothing worse than freezing throughout a night of camping, so we make sure to bring along the weather resistant Zenith Sleeping Bag: 0F Degree Down. We know the low temperature rating will keep us warm and we are confident because we have been trusting Alps Mountaineering's impressive cost to performance ratio for years.

  • Warm bad-weather-ready bag built for days spent sleeping outdoors
  • 0° is well suited for winter camping or any shoulder seasons
  • Durable polyester ripstop face fabric handles daily wear and tear
  • Hydrophobic down maintains its loft even when wet to keep you warm
  • Included compression sack keeps this bag small and packable
  • Insulated chest and zipper baffle keeps important core heat in
  • Mummy style design traps heat while adding coziness, comfort
  • Half-length zipper eases in and out without releasing heat

very warm yet uncomfortable

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: regular

this sleeping bag is very warm and well insulated, however the zipper and Velcro comes much to close to your face while sleeping and i find this to be rather annoying. however despite the minor annoyance of the zipper and Velcro rubbing on my face i managed to sleep quite warm on 3 foot of snow and at a temp of 18 degrees. in fact by the end of the night i was actually sweating profusely in this bag with no additional layers. highly recommend. later i found out that using a stocking cap i was able to keep the Velcro and zipper off my face.