Mythic 400

Mythic 400

Rab USA

$525.00

Max User Height: 72.8in
Shoulder Circumference: 62in
Rab Sleep Limit: 20F
Weight: 1lb 7oz 
Down Fill Weight: 14oz

Rab's Mythic 400 is an extremely lightweight bag that contains 14oz of 900 fill-power goose down. It is a high-performance bag for those meticulously counting grams.

The chevron style baffle design keeps the down in position, optimising core warmth and reducing the amount of fabric needed compared to traditional horizontal baffles. The outer is made from wind and water-resistant, Atmos™ fabric. 

The bag has a narrow mummy shape to minimise bulk, lightweight zips and pullers, and comes with a lightweight, waterproof, roll top compression sack for protection from the elements and a small pack size while on the move. Other features include:
  • Trapezoidal boxwall construction with differential cut, to maximise loft and warmth
  • Close fitting adjustable neck baffle design for decreased heat loss
  • YKK 3/4 length main zip with synthetic filled baffle to trap warmth
  • YKK zipped internal stash pocket
  • Angled foot box for relaxed sleeping posture
  • Anti snag internal zip guard
  • Hand-filled in Derbyshire UK
  • Zipped cotton sack with water-resistant base for home storage
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