Sleeping Bag Down Fill + Liner

Our warmest sleeping bag for rent in Iceland. These down sleeping bags are generously sized mummy-style bags which offer you plenty of room for moving while keeping you warm and well insulated.
The construction and shaping of the bag - from the trapezoidal design to the generous baffles around the neck - are all created to minimize heat loss, keeping you as warm as possible in low temperatures.
The compact stuff sac design ensures easy carrying and storage.

A very warm down feather sleeping bag, ideal for the colder temperatures. This is a high-quality 4-season, technical down bag with 90/10 duck down and feather insulation. It is wide and comfortable to sleep in, and once stowed in its stuff sac it is compact and lightweight enough for backpacking and hiking in Iceland. 
All our down fill sleeping bags come with a cotton liner, to provide you with even better insulation and sleep quality.


Sleeping Bag Features

  • Temperatures : Comfort : -3°C - Limit : -10°C - Extreme : -28°C (Temperature ratings independently measured in accordance with EN 13537:2002)
  • Performance: 4 season
  • Insulation : 90/10 duck down insulation
  • Insulation : Polair® 100% brushed polyester lining
    Single hole siliconised hollow fibre insulation
  • Horizontal stitching, evenly spaced to maintain insulation and to distribute it evenly
  • Lining : polair mini-ripstop, nylon shell with water resistant finish
  • Cotton liner included
  • Mummy shape
  • Comes in a 4-Strap compression carrying sac

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Data Sheet & Measures

    • Pack size: 26 x ø21cm / 9 litres
    • Maxi user height : 190 cm
    • Weight: 1,5 kg
    • Fabric: duck down feathers
    • Fill weight: 450g top / 300g base

About Vango

Vango sleeping bag is the perfect brand choice for camping in Iceland. Developed and tested in the harsh and similar Scottish weather for more than 40 years, you will see it a lot in campsites in Iceland.

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