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The North Face Superlight 0°F Long
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The North Face Superlight 0°F Long

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: The North Face Superlight 0°F Long

Manufacturer: The North Face

Your Opinion: 
 - 3 Votes
 

 

Page By: grandwazoo

Created/Edited: Oct 27, 2003 / Oct 27, 2003

Object ID: 840

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Temp Rating 0°F/-18°C

Total Weight 3 lbs 13 oz (1750 g)

Fill Weight 1 lb 15 oz (890 g)

Stuffsack Size 9.5" x 18" (24 cm x 46 cm)

Overall Length 90" (228 cm)

Max User Height 6'6" (198 cm)

Shoulder Circ 64" (163 cm)

Hip Circ 60" (152 cm)

Foot Circ 40" (102 cm)

Shell Fabric Pertex® Resist Ripstop

New Ripple construction evenly distributes down yet prevents it from shifting from side to side

Pertex® Resist ripstop shell

600+ fill goose down

Silken lining is soft and breathable

BottomLine taffeta bottom shell

External pillow pocket

Adjustable down-filled draft collar with microfleece cord tunnel

Five-chamber hood

Full-length draft tube

Pack cloth-lined zipper columns

Easy-grab pull tabs

Head-level watch pocket

One-hand color-coded pull cords for easy hood adjustments

Flat cord for hood adjustment and shockcord for chest adjustment

Nylon/mesh storage bag included

Stuffsack included

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Reviews

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grandwazooUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

Love this bag, stuffs well and light weight. Only problem is the foot smell, it doesn’t come out well. I usually have it unzipped either by the feet or the upper. What made this an even better buy was the $50 off I received.
Posted Oct 27, 2003 2:42 pm

miztflipUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

This is my do everything bag. I use it for most winter camping here in the US as well as some expeditions elsewhere.



There is tons of room inside for me and all my clothes as well as bootliners and water bottles. The draft tube is very efficient at keeping out unwanted cool air while moving around.



The weight and compressability are excellent, especially when using a compression sac.



I've never had any problem with getting it wet despite a water resistant shell. Just take a little extra time when around water.
Posted Mar 17, 2004 8:10 am

AltitudeSicknessMy All Around Bag

Voted 5/5

This bag is used for almost everything I do. It stuff easy and fast. It is light of course because of the down. I use the OR Compression tube with it, this makes it quick to get it in your pack. Because I am a large guy I added the expansion piece The North Face offers for these bags. Adding this has reduced it's effectivness in the most cold of weather so I remove it when it is going to be very cold. Love this bag.
Posted Jan 4, 2008 10:19 pm

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