Versa Mummy 32 Degree Down Sleeping Bag

From spring overnights in the mountains to winter trips to the desert, the Exped Versa Mummy 32 Degree Down Sleeping Bag offers lightweight warmth when the nightly temperatures flirt with freezing. Stuffed with 650-fill down that's sourced from humanely treated ducks, you benefit from superior warmth that packs down small in your bag and won't weigh you down. While the down may not be as beneficial if it encounters moisture, it's protected by a water repellent finish on the shell that helps ward off a light sprinkle or leaky canteen. Gear loops at the foot and center make for easy hanging when you need to air it out.

The Versa features plenty of details to make sleeping through the night more comfortable, even with temperature fluctuations. The generous hood is large enough for a pillow, and it cinches down tight to trap your body heat on chilly nights. A mummy shape and efficient baffle design keep you warm in near-freezing temperatures, but a two-way zipper means you can ventilate if you find the night balmier than expected.

  • Lightweight sleeping bag for early spring and late fall camping
  • Lofty down provides superior warmth-to-weight insulation
  • Durable water repellent helps protect against loft-ruining moisture
  • Adjustable hood and draft collar lock down your heat on cold nights
  • Two-way zipper provides temperature regulation on warmer nights
  • Down sourced from ducks that have never been live plucked
  • Compatible with right zipper Expedition, Trekking, Basecamp series
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warm and good value

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

So far so good! I've only taken this camping on one trip and it held up in late summer in the Pacific NW. The material seems pretty good quality and I imagine it will hold up well. It's certainly not a cold-weather bag, but it IS very lightweight (just over 1 lb!) and comes with a stuff sack and mesh bag. Looking forward to trying this in a colder setting; even then I have always tended to sleep in a down and beanie, so I imagine the temp ratings shouldn't matter too much.