Mythic 400 sleeping bag

Mythic 400 sleeping bag

Rab USA

$478.50

Max User Height: 74.8in
Internal shoulder width: 27.5in
EN Comfort Rating: 30°F
EN Lower Limit Rating: 21°F
Weight: 1lb 7oz

The Mythic 400 is an ultra lightweight down sleeping bag with the best warmth to weight ratio in the Rab range. Designed for mountain activists looking to reduce weight while moving through the mountains.

Achieving an exceptional warmth to weight ratio, this bag retains all the features you need to stay warm and protected in cold mountain environments. The tapered mummy shape with angled foot box gives a generous fit for the weight. Weight saving baffle construction prevents down shift, while the chambers are angled downwards in chevrons keeping the down over the centre of the body to ensure core warmth throughout the night. Each bag is hand filled using Hydrophobic down developed in conjunction with Nikwax.

The internal collar is ergonomically designed, and collar, hood, and internal baffles have drawcords which can be cinched in for extra warmth. Featuring a half length YKK main zip with glow in the dark puller, while the bonded zip guard works as a draught excluder. Super lightweight trims and features reduce weight, and the dry bag compression stuffsack ensures protection from the elements and a smaller packsize while on the move.

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