Inferno 0°F

Inferno 0°F

The North Face


Max User Height: Regular 72in, Long 79in
Shoulder Circumference: Regular 64in, Long 66in
EN Comfort Rating: 13°F
EN Lower Limit Rating: 0°F
Weight: Regular 2lb 10oz,  Long 2lb 14oz

The Summit Series® Inferno 0F/-18C bag has a high warmth-to-weight ratio, is insulated with water-repellent 800-fill ProDown and constructed with a wider, roomier cut and a center zip to make it easier to get in and out. 
  • Shockcord pad attachment on back of bag
  • Full draft collar and integrated draft overlap for comfort and to prevent heat loss
  • Hood cinch-cord seals out the cold
  • Side half zipper so the sleeper can adjust for temperature
  • Fitted hood for more warmth and comfort
  • Anti-compression pads for better clo values
  • 100% recycled main body material is light, durable and coated in aluminized XReflex™ for higher thermal retention
  • Shockcords on back of the bag attach to a sleeping pad so the pad will stay in place while you sleep
  • Compression sack and storage sack included
  • Vaulted footbox
  • Main body—made with recycled nylon—is light, durable and coated in aluminized XReflex™ for higher thermal retention
  • Waterproof and breathable NeoVent Air™ fabric helps protect the head and footbox




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