Polar Ranger -20F/-30C

Polar Ranger -20F/-30C

Cascade Designs

$689.98$709.95

Polar expeditions and high-altitude adventures demand uncompromised warmth. The Thermarest Polar Ranger was designed with polar explorer Eric Larsen to ensure that every component of the bag was maximized for warmth even in Arctic settings. Engineered with 800-fill Nikwax Hydrophobic Down and features like a synthetic snorkel hood to help you enjoy arctic expeditions. Storage sack and compression stuff sack included.
Features: 
  • Overlapping Side Vents: Side vents open to allow arm use and customizable temperature control. Overlapping draft tubes prevent cold spots when zippers are closed.
  • Snorkel Hood: Controls frost created by breath and eliminates warmth-sapping cross drafts. Synthetic-filled snorkel resists moisture.
    800-fill Nikwax Hydrophobic Down™: Dries three times faster than untreated down without using dangerous PFCs.
  • SynergyLink™ Connectors: Integrate the bag with a mattress for optimal comfort and efficiency; removable for versatility.
  • Responsible Down Standard Certified: Certification that ensures that the waterfowl in the down supply chain are treated humanely.
  • Additional features: Toe-asis™ Foot Warmer Pocket, Overstuffed draft tubes, Quilt and Blanket Loops.

Weight: 3 lbs 4 oz / 1.47kg (reg), 3 lbs 7 oz / 1.56kg (long)

Length: 72 in / 183 cm (reg), 78 in / 198 cm (long)

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