Mountain Hardwear Phantom 0 Degree Sleeping Bag
A favorite among The Mountain Hardwear alpine climbing team, the Phantom 0 is The Mountain Hardwear lightest four-season bag. This snug mummy cut bag is insulated with 800-fill down, built from Superlight 15 denier fabric and tuck-stitched for durability. The Phantom 0 uses every trick in the book to keep you warm while being as light as poSible.
- Superlight 15D Ripstop
- 800-Fill Goose Down
- Performance Mummy Cut
- Hugs the body for maximum warmth while reducing weight
- 1.20 kg.; 2 lb. 10 oz.
- Updated for Spring 2010 with a full length zipper
- Premium, 800-fill down provides outstanding, lightweight warmth
- Performance mummy is cut snug, for maximum warmth and minimum weight
- Tight 5" baffle spacing maximizes loft
- Lightweight two-way zipper for easy entry and exit
- Down-filled face gasket comfortably blocks drafts at the hood opening
- Six-chamber hood design maintains even loft around head for consistent warmth
- Ergonomic draft collar blocks the escape of heated air from inside the bag. The two-piece collar drapes naturally over neck and shoulders creating a soft comfortable seal. Two draw cords can snug down as needed to secure the collar.
- Insulated draft tube with anti-snag panel prevents cold spots along zipper
- Comfort Footbox follows natural foot position for maximum warmth and comfort
- Single-handed drawcords simplify adjustments
- Nylon mesh storage sack and stuff sack included
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- July 1 2009
Warm and toasty
I used this bag recently backpacking through the Rockies. We were at high elevations for the duration of the trip and this bag kept me nice and warm on the chilly nights. I'm a cold sleeper and woke up snuggly warm each morning (even my feet which are notoriously like ice cubes). The only complaint I had was having to get out of it each morning!
- January 22 2010
I actually returned the bag because it was too small for me. I am 5'11 165 pounds and I got a little claustrophobic. The bag though was very nicely built and very light. I was sad to send it back because I have heard great things about this bag. Maybe if you around 5'9" and 140-145 of smaller this bag would be just right. I still gave it a try out in 10degree weather in the back yard and I was very comfortable. Hope this helps
- December 30 2008
One great bag..
I am a cold sleeper and own other 0deg. bags and have used them down to 15-17 deg. and was cold and confined all night long. I just took my MH Phantom 0 long on it's maiden trip to the Sierras in 2-3ft of snow on the ground with temps getting down to around 5deg F. at night. I slept toasty warm all night only wearing a base layer and actually had to partially unzip and open the bag to keep from being too warm. The bag lofts up nicely and is very comfortable with plenty of room to move. I am a side sleeper and change sides often throughout the night and never felt confined or restricted. The only things I would like to see improved would be a more water resistant finish as the bag did have some dampness to the shell from condensation by morning and if the bag came with a compression sack instead of just a stuff sack.