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Down-like performance without the drawbacks.
The Mountain Hardwear Women's Laminina Z Torch 0 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag delivers women-specific warmth for winter camping in a synthetic package with lightweight compressibility that rivals the performance of down. Lamina welded construction anchors continuous insulation to a seamless, water-resistant shell fabric, and it allows the insulation to be selectively zoned to maximize warmth where you need it most while reducing weight and bulk in other areas. The result is a bag that insulates more efficiently while saving weight and packing down smaller. This women's model also packs more insulation than men's bags since women have been proven to sleep at colder temperatures than their male counterparts.
Lamina Revamp Ripstop fabric offers lightweight durability and water-resistance. Thermal.Q insulation is highly compressible and maintains excellent loft, which, when combined with Lamina construction, rivals the performance of down. And unlike down, Thermal.Q will continue to insulate even if it gets wet. A slight wider mummy cut allows you wear layers to bed when it's truly frigid outside. The comfort footbox lets your feet rest in a natural position, and the full-length zipper sports double sliders for adjustable ventilation. If you're planning on camping when snow blankets the ground, make sure you have the Lamina Z Blaze on your side.
- Lamina Revamp Ripstop fabric
- 40D polyester lining
- Thermal.Q insulation
- Welded Lamina construction
- Slightly wider, winter mummy cut
- Ergonomic draft collar
- Comfort footbox
- Q & A
Too bulky for backpacking
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
This might be a super warm bag, but I had to return it. The bag was just too large—even when compressed—to fit in my backpack. If you're planning to car camp or have a large backpack, I'm sure it will work just fine.
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Long Left-- 11.1 liters
Regular Left-- 10.25 liters
After reading some tech responses to some of your products, I noticed that the temperature ratings are a little mis-leading. This is a woman's bag and the temp listed is 0 degrees. Is that the lower limit or comfort rating?