Stay warm and comfortable, no matter the weather, in our outstanding Thermodown 15 down sleeping bag. With excellent materials and performance, your search for a great sleeping bag ends here!
Cold weather is no match for the 28 oz. of 600-fill power down insulation stuffed into every corner of this bag. You will stay toasty warm down to 15F (-10C). However, the added warmth does not compromise on size and weight. The bag packs down to just 11 x 7 inches and comes in at only 2 lb. 14 oz.
We've done our best to make this a great bag.
- On warm nights, easily shed heat with the large two-way YKK zipper which opens from top and bottom.
- To prevent annoying snags, we've incorporated a wide zipper guard.
- To keep the heat in, a large draft collar automatically wraps around your neck. No need to deal with cumbersome drawstrings or scratchy velcro. The fully insulated and contoured hood can also be completely cinched down.
- A roomy trapezoidal foot box with extra insulation will keep your toes nice and warm.
The bag comes with a durable compression sack allowing you to easily fit the bag into your pack. Between adventures, use the included mesh storage bag or hanging loops to properly store the bag.
For complete waterproof protection, consider our 12L version of our ultralight waterproof stuff sacks (sold separately).
I recently got to really test this bag out in a week long trip in Yosemite in late October. I expected temps at night to be anywhere from 20° F down to 6° F. I figured this bag, coupled with a polyester liner would do the trick. In some ways, I was right considering that I am still alive but in some ways I wish I had the extra warmth of the 0° bag. This bag performs very well at temps between 30° and 20° but the moment it goes below that, you can absolutely feel it. I think the best application for this bag would be anyone who wants to use it in the fall/early spring at none alpine elevations.
The features of this bag work really great like the draft collar, draw string hood and I always noticed that the footbox remained quite warm when the rest of my body was quite cold.
My biggest gripe is that the stitching on the stuff sack seems to be prety fragile and I can already see parts of it coming loose. Luckily, that is not really a super expensive piece to replce.
Overall, if you want a decent bag at a great price for moderate level of backpacking in the shoulder seasons, this bag is great. If you want to take it to high altitudes and test it's limits, you might want to look at something else.
Got a chance to test it in 40deg temps. Worked well and I was comfortable. But for lower temps would probably need more layers...
I just got back from a 3 day hunting trip below freezing.
I am 6’4 and 220lbs. And I had plenty of room.
I had to learn how to roll in it but other than that it was great.
This bag not only kept me warm but I was sweating.
I had the best night sleep I’ve ever had in a tent.
I purchased this bag to replace a 10+ year old Marmot 30 degree synthetic bag that I'd had since middle school. I typically run very cold when I sleep (ie, for most backpacking trips I need to bring at least a 15-degree liner or an extra down blanket to not freeze). I first brought this on a late-fall trip to the Sierras, and I didn't need any supplement! I took this on another late-fall/early winter trip to the coastal mountains and had to take off my wool thermals in the middle of the night because it was so cozy. Most recently I took it on a subfreezing car camping trip (pictured) and while my tent was iced over in the morning, I was snug as a bug in a rug. Anything lower than that, you may need something more, though (blanket or liner).
It packs down smaller and weighs less than my old bag for a significant upgrade in performance. And at a great price too! Paria, you've done it again.
Used this for my Montana hunt. Was a bit warm as I bought the 15° bag and used it in the cabin. I’m confident this would keep me comfortable down to at least 30° and lower with appropriate clothing. This is my first quality down bag and had great support and I purchased the tall model which gave me a bit of extra room. I’m 5’10”.