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20 Degree Down Mummy
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20 Degree Down Mummy

 
20 Degree Down Mummy

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: 20 Degree Down Mummy

Manufacturer: Campmor

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Page By: rasgoat

Created/Edited: Jan 28, 2007 / Jan 28, 2007

Object ID: 2328

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Product Description

The Campmor brand down mummy sleeping bag 20 degree rating.

Features

-Best quality, 550 cubic inch high loft goose down fill .

-Slant Box Baffle Construction - Slanted compartments sewn at 6 in. intervals with 3 in. offset from top to bottom keep down from falling away from sides, creating a more even distribution of insulation to eliminate cold spots and provide all over down insulation.

-Adjustable contoured hood conserves heat in a critical area: the head and shoulders. The drawcord can be used to draw the hood closer to close gaps around the head.

-Shell and Lining are tightly woven 1.8 oz. Silky Taffeta Nylon.
Zippers are mateable #8 YKK nylon coil with double sliders. Anti-snag tape at zipper. Velcro® closure tab at the zipper top, thumb loop at zipper bottom.

-Foot loops at bottom of bag for airing to dry or hanging for storage.
Bags are Mateable in both regular and long lengths. (ex. - You can order a mummy regular (left) and it will mate with a mummy long (right).)

-Urethane coated oxford nylon stuff sacks and separate cotton storage bags to avoid compression and maintain breathability when stored, are included.

specs

Size 80 in. x 32 in. x 20 in.
Fits To 6 ft.
Fill Weight 1 lb. 3 oz.
Loft 5 in.
Avg. Total Wt. 2 lbs. 4 oz.
Stuff Size 7 in. x 14 in.
Temperature 20 F
Mateable Yes
Insulation 550 High Loft Goose Down
Inner Shell 1.8 Silky Taffeta Nylon
Outer Shell 1.8 Silky Taffeta Nylon
Zipper Type #8 YKK Nylon Coil, Double Sliders
Color Purple

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Reviews

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rasgoatBest bag for the money

Voted 5/5

Not expedition grade but Campmor really does a good job with these. Great features and a bangup price.

It packs well and is light weight.

I think the true rating on this bag should be 30 degrees unless you are a warm sleeper.
Posted Jan 28, 2007 5:30 pm

Vic HansonGood bargin bag

Voted 5/5

I've used mine for about 5 years, has served me well although as has been said, it is a trade off between price and weight. I spent much more to get a Marmot Helium for the PCT to save weight.
Posted Jun 8, 2007 12:28 am

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