Mountain Hardwear Mega Flip 35/50 Degree Sleeping Bag
Where double-wide carries a positive connotation, with the Mountain Hardwear Mega Flip 35/50 Degree Sleeping Bag bag you've got temperature control options. Turn its 35 degree side up for more warmth on cool nights, or flip the bag over in milder climes for 45 degree comfort. Insulated with lofty Thermic MX, this roomy bag equals the volume of two regular semi-rectangular bags, providing plenty of warmth and comfort for two adults. The Mega Flip also unzips all the way as a comfortable camping blanket.
- Material: shell - 50D Nylon Taffeta
- Lining: 50D Polyester Taffeta
- Fill Type: synthetic
- Insulation: Thermic MX
- Double wide cut is comfortable for two happy campers
- Flip the bag from one side to the other to change temperature rating
- 2 Full length #8 zipper with double sliders for versatile ventilation
- Off-set quilt construction eliminates cold spots from seams
- Adjustable draw cord top
- 2 Chest Storage pockets
- Loft: 4 in / 10 cm
- Stuff Size: 9 in / 23 cm
- Inside Length: Reg 76 in / 193 cm
- Shoulder Girth: Reg 124 in / 315 cm
- Foot Girth: Reg 104 in / 264 cm
- Hip Girth: Reg 116 in / 295 cm
Purchase the Mountain Hardwear Mega Flip 35/50 Degree Sleeping Bag from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- December 23 2011
Perfect Car Camper
We have finally found the perfect car camping / river-trip bag. We initially used a Western Mountaineering bag with a summer coupler for everything including backpacking. Down bags require frequent cleaning when in close contact with sunscreen lathered skin. To extend the life of our pricey WM down bag, I purchased this relatively inexpensive bag for most activities not requiring weight restrictions. We were pleasantly surprised by the roominess for a 5# bag. It is much wider than our opened up down bag, completely covering a double bed with only a slight taper to the footbox. Not many features other than a drawcord opening and snag free zippers (which I imagine are standard on all bags now), but what do you expect from a simple car-camper at this price. Only drawback we found was on most summer nights in the Rockies, one side was too cool, the other too warm, but that can be overcome by adjusting space between you and your partner.