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Inferno Endurance

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Inferno Endurance

Manufacturer: The North Face

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Page By: Bryan W

Created/Edited: Mar 19, 2004 / Mar 19, 2004

Object ID: 1048

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Keep yourself warm in almost every alpine situation with the Inferno Endurance™. Premium 800 fill goose down and top-quality construction combine to make a bag of unparalleled warmth.

Temp Rating: -40 degree F/-40 degree C
Average Total Weight: 5 lbs 2 oz (2338 g)
Fill Weight: 2 lbs 15 oz (1338 g)
Stuff Sack Size: 12" x 25" (30 cm x 63 cm)
External Length: 92" (233 cm)
Max User Height: 6'6" (198 cm)
Shoulder Circumference: 64" (162 cm)
Hip Circumference: 60" (152 cm)
Foot Circumference: 43" (109 cm)
Shell Fabric: Pertex Endurance Winner of 2003 Backpacker Editor's Choice Award
Key Features:
Our warmest 800+ fill down bag for expeditions in harsh, sub-zero conditions.
800+ fill Eastern European goose down
Ripple Construction evenly distributes down yet prevents it from shifting from side to side
Waterproof/breathable Pertex Endurance coating on shell fabric
Pertex microlight taffeta lining
Adjustable down-filled draft collar with microfleece cord tunnel
Five-chamber hood
Oversized top draft tube
Oxford cloth-lined footbox
Pack cloth-lined zipper columns
Head-level watch pocket
One-hand color-coded pull cords for easy hood adjustments
Flat cord for hood adjustment and shockcord for chest adjustment
Easy-grab pull tabs

Reviews

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TrygveUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

We used this sleeping bag on our expedition to Denali where the climate is known for beeing pretty cold and dry. Our coldest night was below -30 F. I was never cold, although using only a thin t-shirt inside the bag. Have also used the bag for different winternights in Norway. As long as the weather is cold and dry it works perfectly, but tends to get a bit wet and slowly dries up on more moist climate.
Posted Oct 7, 2005 7:01 am

Dutch HillUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

Recently tested Inferno's Endurance above 15:000ft ascending Peru's volcanoes... Except extremely rugged and comfortable at very low temp, bag maintained comfort level even during long hours waiting for storm break or when slightly humid... Enormous investment is definitively rewarding if you plan "cool" expeditions.
Posted Feb 6, 2006 10:30 am

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