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2ND Dimension

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: 2ND Dimension

Manufacturer: Mountain Hardwear

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Page By: travisgollaher

Created/Edited: Oct 28, 2005 / Jan 18, 2007

Object ID: 1450

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Temp. rating 15 F / -9 C

Insulation Polarguard® Delta

Weight 50.13 oz / 1420.00 g

Size REG, LONG

Shell fabric 40D Nylon Taffeta













Loft 5.50 in / 13.97 cm

Stuffed diameter 8.00 in / 20.32 cm

Stuffed length 16.00 in / 40.64 cm

Fill weight 32.00 oz / 907.20 g

Inside length 78.00 in / 198.12 cm

Shoulder girth 60.00 in / 152.40 cm

Foot girth 38.00 in / 96.52 cm



• Differential cut maintains maximum loft

• Expandable draft tube provides additional room for warm temps and layering space for colder temps

• Insulated draft tube extends to bottom of bag and is not sewn through

• Snag guards prevent fabric from catching in the zipper

• Two-way locking zipper sliders stay in place when venting

• Tie-in loops stabilize upgrade liner

• Velcro® tab at zipper sliders stay in place when venting

• Shingle construction maximizes loft

• Continuous filament Polarguard® insulation is durable and lofty

• Multi-panel contoured hood forms around head and seals in heat

• Ergonomic draft collar seals in heat below the shoulders

• Updated mummy cut is more comfortable and more efficient

• Face Gasket seals in heat

• Comfort Footbox follows natural foot position for improved fit and warmth

• Single-handed differentiated drawcords (round black elastic and flat silver tape) simplify adjustment of hood and collar

• Cotton storage sack and nylon stuff sack included




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travisgollaherUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

I think that as far as a synthetic bag go's this is really up there with the best of them, The bag is light for the size and the polar guard still compresses well. I can put this in my Ruck and still have room for the other thing's that I need to carry. I bought the larg size and still feel that it is small enough for some long gruleng trip's. The baffeling is overlaping so that you don't get cold spot's, and if you like a little wiggle room you can unzip the extention zipper on the side,it adds about 4 to 6 inches of sholder room. There is also a yoke bafle on the inside to keep the warm air in and the cold air out. This is a durable bag.
Posted Oct 28, 2005 1:47 pm

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