NOW: £360.00 WAS: £460.00

NOW: £360.00 WAS: £460.00

NOW: £360.00 WAS: £460.00

Product Code: 81710031

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The Andes series are a range of down sleeping bags filled with 800 Fill Power European goose down.

The mummy shape saves weight and adds warmth due to the lower internal volume of the bag that needs to be heated. This bag also features a water resistant outer fabric that offers extra protection and piece of mind on cold, damp belays. Ideal for use at altitude or on exposed belays when maximum warmth to weight and small pack size are required.

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Product Features

  • Weight: 1640g
  • Pack size: 46 x 28cm
  • Insulation: 800 Fill Power grey goose down
  • Comfort Lower Limit: -26°C 
  • Trapezoidal baffle chamber design
  • Pertex Endurance shell and liner fabrics
  • Internal collar and hood drawcord
  • Internal, zipped stash pocket
  • ¾ length left-side zip with anti-snag webbing tape
  • Dry bag compression stuff sack

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1 There is 1 review of this product

Fantastic Sleeping Bag from Rab
Reviewed By J, 11 Jun 2013

It was leading up to my Explorer's Winter Camp, and as you are aware winter 2013 wasn't very pleasant, I took the opportunity to get this sleeping bag before I froze in my sleep!

This is a fantastic product from Rab, providing warmth through out two nights over
-10'c, but can easily be used until Mid-April.

There's plenty of room to move, as I wriggle in my sleep, I didn't find it difficult to do so, like previous bags I've owned. The larger foot space is great also, as it accommodates the natural fall of my feet when laying down.

It comes with 2, storage bags, one being a dry-bag style stuff sack - which I don't use at all, but comes in handy for other things like toiletries etc.
The 2nd bag is a larger bag, which allows the Andes 1000 to breath and prevents the goose -down to clump together.

The only drawback, but this is only personal preference would be to have a tougher material on the underside, to withstand wear and tear.

Overall a really great sleeping bag, - don't grumble at the price, it's worth every penny!