£110.00

 £110.00

 £110.00

 £110.00

Product Code: 82410158

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  • Imperial Red / Crimson

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Sure to keep you warm on a chilly night

Lightweight and packable the Mountain Equipment Starlight III Sleeping Bag is sure to keep you warm on a chilly night out in the elements.

Utilising Polarloft Micro synthetic insulation to get the maximum warmth to weight ratio available with a Shingle construction to reduce cold spots and optimise loft of the insulation helps Mountain Equipment a great deal in their quest to provide you with a top quality sleeping bag. They also use a lightweight honeycomb type outer fabric which has a water repellent finish to give a little extra protection to the insulation during damp conditions.

Glow in the dark zip pulls allow you to find your way in or out without the use of a torch and a small pocket on the outer shell of the bag allows you to keep valuables such as keys, wallet or passport safe while you sleep.


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Product Features

  • Polarloft Micro insulation for maximum warmth to weight
  • Shingle construction minimises cold spots and optimizes loft
  • Lightweight honeycomb outer fabric with water repellent finish
  • Glow in the dark zip pulls
  • Concealed valuables pocket on outer shell
  • Weight: 1830g
  • Packed size: 26cm x 38cm
  • Comfort limit temperature: -7 °C
  • Sleepzone: 10 to -12 °C
  • 3 season

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About the brand

Mountain Equipment

Above and beyond since 1961

Mountain Equipment has been making top quality expedition clothing and equipment for over fifty years. They work with pro athletes, mountain guides and Sherpas the world over to create a range of equipment that can stand up to the most challenging conditions in the most remote areas. They have played a part of every British first assent over 8000m and have reached the summit of Everest more than 175 times.

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