Expedition 1000 sleeping bag

Expedition 1000 sleeping bag

Rab USA

$900.00

Max User Height: 76.8in
Internal shoulder width: 31.5in
EN Comfort Rating: N/a
EN Lower Limit Rating: -22°F
Weight: 3lb 9oz

Rab's Expedition Series sleeping bags are built on years of experience crafting down clothing and equipment. Each bag is crafted from a variety of Pertex fabrics for moisture protection and management, and stuffed with high-quality, sustainably-sourced 850FP R.D.S Certified European Goose Down. 

The Expedition 1000 offers warmth and protection in temperatures as low as -22°F and is slightly oversized to accommodate expedition clothing and offer added comfort during longer expeditions. The hood features a draft collar and multiple adjustment points to provide maximum protection from cold temps, while Rab's proprietary footbox design offers maximum warmth. Features:-

  • Pertex® Quantum Pro outer fabric and inner fabric
  • Rab® Fluorocarbon free Hydrophobic Down developed in conjunction with Nikwax®
  • Close fitting neck baffle design
  • Longitudinal chest baffles with internalFlowgate® technology to control down
  • Face baffle for improved hood fit
  • Mummy shape
  • Longitudinal foot baffles to minimise down migration
  • Proportionally assigned differential cut
  • Internal YKK® 3 coil zipped stash pocket
  • ¾ length YKK® 5 coil main zip
  • Left hand zip only
  • Anti snag zipper webbing tape
  • Internal collar and hood drawcord
  • Trapezoidal baffle chamber design
  • Angled foot box
  • Internal drawcords
  • Dry bag compression stuff sack
  • Cotton storage sack

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