At just over two-and-a-half pounds light, the Mountain Hardwear Phantom 0 Degree Down Sleeping Bag takes a burden off your back and puts some Z's in your sleep. This sleeping bag packs down small, fits your body like a glove, and features water-repellent down insulation that fends off heat-robbing moisture so it can retain its loft and warmth. This ultralight mummy bag will become a welcome addition to your shoulder-season backpacking kit whether you're overnighting in the White Mountains or picking off summits in the La Sals.
|Bag Weight:||[regular] 2 lb 11 oz, [long] 2 lb 14 oz|
|Included:||Stuff sack and storage sack|
|Insulation Type:||800-fill Q.Shield down|
|Length:||[regular] 78 in, [long] 84 in|
|Lining Material:||Nylon Taffeta|
|Stuff Size:||8 x 13 inches|
|Temperature Rating:||0 degree Fahrenheit|
|Mountain Hardwear Phantom 0 Sleeping Bag (800 Down)||$609.95|
|Mountain Hardwear ExtraLamina 0 Degree Sleeping Bag Long||$179.98|
|Mountain Hardwear Lamina 0 Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Thermal Q||$188.96|
|Mountain Hardwear Lamina 0 Degree Sleeping Bag (Regular)||$199.99 - $218.95|
I use this bag during the spring season guiding in the Pacific Northwest and it did an impressive job of keeping me warm and dry, despite waking up one night in a single wall tent w/ 2 inches of standing water inside (the bag also dries quicker than most). The lightweight fabric withstands normal abuse well, but isn't the burliest of materials and spits feathers fairly regularly, though not a big issue. Overall, this bag is my go-to for cold-weather alpine climbing due to the lightness, warmth, comfort, and compressibility.
I used this bag for everything from snow camping to back of the truck bivy'ing. Super warm, incredibly light and packable. It almost never leaves my truck or travel bag. Couldn't be happier with it.