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Ayacucho Sirius 250 Junior Sleeping Bag

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The Sirius 250 Junior Sleeping Bag is a cosy and compact piece of kit for young adventurers. With a comfort limit of 2°C this bag will be a cocoon of warmth in mild conditions to ensure they get a good nights sleep ready for the following days activities thanks to the DuraLoft synthetic insulation.

Designed as a Junior sleeping bag there are no cinch cords at the opening of the sleeping bag to ensure safety and the maximum user height is 140cm to reduce the amount of wasted space that would occur in a full size standard sleeping bag.

The zip has an anti-snag panel for convenience and a draft baffle to reduce any cold spots that might have occured. A great option for young explorers or even the more experienced but petite explorers amongst us.

  • Fabric:
    • Shell: 100% polyester
    • Lining: 100% polyester
  • Insulation: Dura Loft H1 (100% polyester with silicone treatment)
  • Lower comfort limit: 2°C (EN 13537 tested)
  • Max. user height: 140cm
  • Chest width: 65cm
  • Foot box width: 40cm
  • Mummy shaped
  • Hang loops at footbox for airing
  • Velcro tab at zip
  • Anti-snag panel behind zip
  • Insulated draft baffle behind zip
  • No cinch cord at hood to ensure child safety
  • Weight: 1,200g
Product Code: D2314044
Man and woman standing next to water wearing Ayacucho clothing.

Deep in the heart of the Andes Mountains is the region of Ayacucho. A traditional farming community, many families here live below the poverty line. However, despite facing daily hardship, the people of Ayacucho embrace whatever the world can throw at them. It was from this spirit of determination that the Ayacucho range was born.

 

Ayacucho clothing is inspired by the people of the region, and designed with a focus on responsible sourcing and technological advancement.  Combining comfort and style, Ayacucho clothing is ideally suited to any environment- whether you’re tackling the trek to work or climbing Snowdon.