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The Solar 200 is aimed at those who need a value for money sleeping bag for backpacking or camping. With a temperature rating down to 0°C and a weight of only 1.38kg this is an extremely versatile bag.

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Product Features

  • Weight: 1380g
  • Comfort Lower Limit 0°C
  • Pack size: 36 x 21cm
  • Ripstop nylon shell, micro polyester inner
  • Contoured hood
  • 6 hole fibre filling

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2 Customer reviews for this product

Great lightweight compact sleeping bag
Reviewed By Ben, 16 Apr 2013

After impeccable customer service from a very knowledgeable and helpful assistant I went with this sleeping bag. It is lightweight and small which fits all my requirements. Thank you, will definitely use your store again!



Nice toasty sleeping bag
Reviewed By Marion, 27 Oct 2012

I bought this sleeping bag for a festival where it did me proud. I was worried about getting cold at night but I must say this sleeping bag kept me extremely toasty indeed, to the point where I had to unzip it and let some cooler air in - admittedly this was summertime but being a typical English summer it was still pretty chilly at night.

On the colder nights it was brilliant and the hood came in very handy indeed. It's not a cheap sleeping bag but not the most expensive either and I think given how nice it was to use, it was really good value.

My only complaint is that being a wriggler I'd love someone to make a sleeping bag shaped like a lolipop with lots of room for me to move me legs around in. But I'm told its not a good idea - something to do with warming air layers etc etc... Gap in the market I say.



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