Mountain Equipment Starlight IV Regular Sleeping Bag

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Light, compressible and proven to perform, the Starlight IV Sleeping Bag offers exceptional comfort, durability and value for money.

Ideal for those taking their first serious steps in the outdoors these bags will keep you warm whether wet or dry and year after year. Making use of all Mountain Equipment's sleeping bag expertise and technical knowledge, the Starlight Micro maximise the warmth of its Polarloft Micro filling to give a package that can be relied upon regardless of the conditions. Whether you're going on your first lower level expeditions or looking for top quality performance for valley camps the Starlight range leads the way.

The Mountain Comfort Fit provides extra width inside the bag for increased comfort and the Shark's Toe foot piece leaves plenty of room around your toes.

A shingle construction maximises heat retention, while the anatomical hood and Solus collar provide a close, thermally efficient fit around your head.

  • Fill: Polarloft Micro
  • Shark's toe foot piece
  • Anatomical hood
  • Shingle construction
  • Solus collar
  • 3/4-length side zip
  • Anti snag zip baffle
  • Stuffsack
  • Comfort limit: -12°C
  • Fit: Mountain Comfort
  • Length: 212cm
  • Shoulder width: 76cm
  • Foot width: 59cm
  • Max user height: 185cm
  • Packed dimensions: 37 x ø26cm
  • Weight: 1,715g
Product Code: D2232285

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