The North Face Wasatch

Priced: $69.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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The North Face Wasatch -

Perfect for warm weather camping, this mummy bag keeps campers warm in 40ºF temperatures beneath its lightweight, thermal synthetic insulation. Designed with a silky taffeta shell and liner, this comfortable bag includes easy-to-use, technical features.


  • Silky polyester taffeta shell and liner fabric
  • Overlapping shingle construction


  • Heatshield Optimal Technology™ (H.O.T. SL) synthetic insulation uses hollowcore poly fibers


  • Full-length draft tube


  • Easy-grab zipper pulls
  • Shoulder-level zippered pocket
  • LH = Left Hand Zip; RH = Right Hand Zip


  • Imported


  • H.O.T. SL technology in a two-plus season, 40ºF campground favorite
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Review RatingNumber of Reviews
Avg Total Weight:reg: 2 lbs 9 oz (1150 g) lng: 2 lbs 10 oz (1200 g)
Fabric:100% polyester Enduralite
Fill Weight:reg: 1 lb 3 oz (526 g) lng: 1 lb 4 oz (565 g)
Foot Circ:reg: 40" (102 cm) lng: 40" (102 cm)
Hip Circ:reg: 58" (147 cm) lng: 60" (152 cm)
Max User Height:reg: 6'0" (183 cm) lng: 6'6" (198 cm)
Shoulder Circ:reg: 62" (157 cm) lng: 64" (163 cm)
Stuffsack Size:7" x 13" (19 cm x 33 cm)
Temp Rating:40°F/4°C

The North Face Wasatch Reviews:


Great product for the price.

Just bought and used the Wasatch 40 degree long bag in Wyoming. For the price its performance could not have been better. The length is perfect and it is extremely comfortable. Had no problems with the zippers, which in the middle of the night can be extremely annoying if they tend to stick or catch fabric. I used a compression sack and without any effort, packed it down to the size of a large loaf of bread. I would recommend to anyone who is camping in moderate temps, if going colder wear thermal underwear and you should have no worries.
commandofly at The North Face on 08/03/2011

Great buy

Purchased primarily for motorcycle camping, but also use at deer camp where temps dropped into the high 30's. Stayed warm in mid-wt duofolds. Comfortable liner, fairly light and compact. Typical North Face quality has held up to several years use with no wear. Bought one for my wife and son.
Biostrom at The North Face on 07/08/2011