Mountain Equipment Aurora I Extra Long Sleeping Bag

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Mountain Equipment have developed the Aurora I Sleeping Bag to excel in cold, damp and humid environments. Resilient, warm and compressible, it combines cutting-edge synthetic insulation and construction techniques.

By bringing together layers of Climashield Apex and Climashield Prism (both continuous-filament fibre insulation) in a shingle construction, the Aurora delivers greater durability, better resistance to compression, greater warmth and better loft. Critically it resists the effects of moisture thanks to encapsulated filaments which shed water and speed drying.

The Helium shell fabric is exceptionally light, compressible and tough. Its densely woven construction ensures a high level of wind resistance and resistance to heat loss.

An Alpine Fit with a tapered lower leg improve the bag's thermal efficiency and reduces its weight, while the SC Hood and Solus collar provide an anatomical fit and effective fill control for maximum warmth around your head.

  • Fabric:
    • Shell: Helium 50 (50g/m²)
  • Insulation:
    • Climashield Apex
    • Climashield Prism
  • Shingle construction
  • One piece trapezoid foot piece
  • SC Hood
  • Solus collar
  • 3/4-length side zip
  • Anti snag zip baffle
  • Comfort limit: -2°C
  • Fit: Alpine
  • Length: 223cm
  • Shoulder width: 78cm
  • Foot width: 49cm
  • Max. user height: 200cm
  • Packed dimensions: 31 x ø21cm
  • Weight: 1,095g
Product Code: D2222221

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