Sleeping bag Synthetic fill + Liner

Ideal sleeping bag for rent while camping in Iceland
A functionality-packed sleeping bag that guarantees great insulation and comfort.
From the silk polyester lining, to the thermal embrace system, to the siliconised hollow fiber insulation, this is a state-of-the-art bag built to maintain the body warm in the chilly Iceland summer nights.
The large measurements and the use of elasticated thread grant you freedom of movement during your rest. The sleeping bag also has a strategically designed hood and an adjustable shoulder baffle that help retain body heat within the sleeping bag while keeping out the colder air.


All of our sleeping bags come with a cotton liner, to give you even better insulation and quality of sleep.
Made with synthetic insulation, this 3-4 seasons bag includes good technical features for a comfortable snooze, keeping you warm and cozy even when the temperature drops during some chilly summer nights in Iceland.

 

Sleeping Bag Features

  • Temperatures: comfort 0°C - Limit -6°C - Extreme -24°C (Temperature ratings independently measured in accordance with EN 13537:2002)
  • Performance: 3-4 season
  • Off-set double-layer construction
  • Insulation : Polair® 100% brushed polyester lining
    Single hole siliconised hollow fibre insulation
  • Horizontal stitching, evenly spaced to maintain insulation and to distribute it evenly
  • Cosy shoulder 50g/m2 additional fill around the top opening
  • Cotton liner included
  • Mummy shape
  • Comes in a 4-Strap compression carrying sac

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Data Sheet & Measures

    • Pack size: 44.0 x ø26.0cm / 23 litres
    • Maxi user height : 190 cm
    • Weight : 2,2kg
    • Fabric: Polyester


About Vango

This Vango sleeping bag is the perfect 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 on campsites around Iceland.


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