- 20° sleeping bag with 5” of loft created by 850+ fill power European goose down
- Regular length bag weighs just 1 lb 15 oz, while the long version is 2 lb 1 oz
- One of our most popular multi-season backpack hunting sleeping bags
- 3-dimensional full down collar blocks drafts and retains warm air
- Wider shoulder and hip girth than traditional mummy-style bags; 64”/ 55”/ 39”
- Made in the USA
Western Mountaineering bags are renowned for their quality and warmth. With a dedicated search for the finest raw materials, meticulous design, and quality workmanship they produce the highest quality sleeping bags available. The Alpinlite is packed with features, including 5" of loft provided by 19 ounces of 850+ high quality down, a full-length no-stick YKK zipper surrounded by a draft tube to eliminate cold drafts and a 3-dimensional full down collar. The Alpinlite is the wide version of the award-winning Ultralite bag, giving you more room in the shoulder, hip, and foot box. This is the perfect bag for hunters with broad shoulders or adding extra layers in colder environments. There are many 20° bags on the market, but none that have the width, warmth, or loft of this bag.
|Weight||Reg- 1 lb 15 oz
Long- 2 lb 1 oz
|Pack Size||Reg- 8"x15"
|Sleeping Bag Shape||Mummy|
|Insulation Type||850+ Fill Down|
|Fill Weight||Reg- 19oz
|Max User Height||Reg- 6'0"
Long- 6' 6"
|Shoulder Girth||Reg- 64"
|Material||Breathable nylon shell|
I love my sleeping bag was a little warm for early season so I just left the bag open and did the job. I’m in love with it though it’s going to work out great for my Colorado hunt coming up do t hesitate and get it you won’t regret it.
Well made, comfortable with extra room in the shoulders. Light and packs small. Great bag for my Western hunting.
Super compressible and lightweight, yet lofty and warm. I’d feel comfortable sleeping in this bag all the way through late rifle seasons, especially given that it’s roomy enough to add a puffy jacket and under layers if needed. Definitely spendy, but boots, packs, and sleep systems should be a few of the places where you don’t cheap out on gear.