Product Code: 81410040

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The Ascent 500 offers you a bit more room, being less tapered, and wider at the hip area than many down bags. The angled footbox is broader too. This semi rectangular shape that is more user friendly for general purpose use or for those buying their first down bag. 650 fill power duck down provides you with top quality and high performance for trekking, mountaineering or camping.

Product Features

  • Weight: 1080g
  • Comfort Lower Limit -5°C
  • Packed size: 34 x 22cm
  • 650 fill power grey duck down
  • Trapezoidal baffle chamber design
  • Proportionally assigned differential cut
  • Pertex® Microlight® shell & liner fabrics
  • Internal collar & hood drawcord
  • Compression stuff sack

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3 Customer reviews for this product

 
Nice lightweight sleeping bag
Reviewed By Marc, 21 Jan 2013

This a comfortable sleeping bag that kept me nice and warm by the River Thames. We had a slight frost overnight, but I was still warm.

Pros

Very light
Packs small

Cons

Zip can bea little stiff
My foot end got damp

 

 

 
Great winter bag>
Reviewed By ADRIAN, 03 Dec 2012

Just tried this bag out in the lakes in -5 and it kept me pretty damn warm! Not toasty toasty warm but enough for the temperatures not to be a problem! I did pair it up with a mountain equipment 3.8 helium mat. And it was as light as a (down) feather to carry. All in all this is an excellent bag, that ticks all the boxes.

 

 

 
Fantastic Down bag for 6 footers
Reviewed By Andrew, 06 May 2012

Spent a lot of time researching down bags with Pertex / DWR outers to protect the down from damp.
Decided on the RAB in the end as I could try before I buy in my local very helpful stores (Chichester & Hedge End).

The bag length is 220cm, and I am 196cm tall. The RAB point of Sale indicates bag is suitable for a person max length of 188cm, so I was worried bag would be too short.

However I can fit below the shoulder baffle quite comfortably, so this bag works for me.

Lovely warm soft deluxe feel inside the bag, as if I am home in bed, not outside in the cold damp on some distant hill in the middle of no where (Lake District April 2012)

Also fairly light and packs doen into a very compact size. Worked very well with the Mountain Equipment Helium 3.8 self inflating mat I bought too, on special offer.