Phantom™ Gore-Tex® -40F/-40C

Phantom™ Gore-Tex® -40F/-40C

Mountain Hardwear

$949.00$979.00

Max User Height: 72" (regular) / 78" (long)
Internal shoulder width: 33" (regular & long)
Sleep Limit: -40F
Bag approx. weight: 4lb 11oz / 2,122g
Down Fill approx. weight: 2lb 14oz / 1,307g

A sleeping bag designed for high-altitude expeditions and the most bone-chilling conditions on Earth, the Phantom™ Gore-Tex -40° is Mountain Hardwear's most protective sleeping bag yet. Take shelter from hardcore mountain conditions in its ultra-warm, weather-resistant cocoon and featuring:
  • 850-fill Goose Down (RDS Cert/Fluorine Free) insulation for optimal warmth-to-weight ratio and compressibility
  • GORE-TEX WINDSTOPPER® fabric is breathable, highly water-resistant, windproof, and ideal for severe conditions
  • Expedition mummy cut efficiently adds space to allow for gear storage in freezing temps
  • Lightweight but durable #5 zipper with anti-snag for easy entry and exit
  • Shaped draft collar blocks the escape of warm air from inside the bag
  • Oversized down-filled face gasket extends into the hood to comfortably block drafts
  • Contoured footbox follows natural foot position for maximum warmth and comfort
  • Vertical side wall baffles for added warmth and maximum loft
  • Glow in the dark, reflective zipper pull
  • Nylon compression sack and mesh storage sack included
  • Oversized zipper draft tube prevents cold spots along the zipper
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