Questar 0°F sleeping bag

Questar 0°F sleeping bag

Therm-a-Rest

Max User Height: Regular 72in, Long 78in
Shoulder Circumference: Regular 63in, Long 66in
EN Comfort Rating: 14°F
EN Lower Limit Rating: 0°F
Weight: Regular 2lb 11oz,  Long 3lb 1oz

The Questar bag is loaded with the comfort features and is designed to fit both men and women . It is stuffed with water-resistant 650 fill Nikwax Hydrophobic Down, certified by the Responsible Down Standard, and a compression sack and storage sack are included. Other key features are:

  • 650 fill Nikwax Hydrophobic Down™: Absorbs 90% less water and dries 3 times faster without using dangerous PFCs.
  • W.A.R.M. Fit: With Additional Room for Multiple positions (W.A.R.M.) fit means this bag allows for various natural sleep positions while maintaining thermal efficiency.
  • SynergyLink™ Connectors: Integrate the bag with a pad for optimal efficiency and comfort; removable for versatility.
  • Zoned Insulation: Maximizes warmth and saves weight by intentionally placing fill where you need it most.
  • Box Baffled Construction: Uses mesh walls to maximize loft and minimize cold spots.
  • Toe-asis™ Foot Warmer Pocket: Ergonomic toe box that rapidly warms cold feet in a pocket of warm down.
  • Additional features: Heat-trapping draft collar, full-length zipper draft tube, snag-free zipper, cinchable hood and external zip pocket.

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