The Aurora Borealis


This bag is designed for the coldest conditions when weight and bulk isn’t an issue. The difference between the Aurora Borealis and the Rewilder is

1– The Aurora has the option of multiple thicknesses of wool insulation and

2) The Aurora has insulation which goes all the way around.

The Merino Liner wicks the moisture like nothing else and makes you feel dry in almost any weather conditions such as in an open field or meadow with dew, or next to a waterfall with mist. The light but rugged French Twill Cotton Shell offered in Olive color protects from the wind and holds the heat in.

This has got to be the warmest bag on the planet. Nothing beats wool for warmth, because wool creates a dry warmth with it’s superior wicking action. Wool has stood the test of time for outdoor sleeping performance and still is king of the forest

LINER: Merino Wool   /    SHELL: Lightweight Cotton French Twill Olive Color





Temperature/Weight Ratings (These are estimates and not official ratings)

2 inch loft/ 20 Degree Fahrenheit/ Medium approx. 5 lbs : Large approx. 4 lbs.

3 inch loft/ 10 Degrees Fahrenheit/ Weighs approx. Med. approx 6 lbs.: Large approx. 5 lbs.

4″ Loft/ zero degrees Fahrenheit/ Weighs approx. 9 lbs.

5″ Loft Negative 5 degrees Fahrenheit/ Weighs approx. 11 lbs.

6″ Loft / Negative 20 degrees Fahrenheit/ Weighs approx. 15 lbs.

LENGTH (The bag is designed to go about up to your chin.)

Medium: 70″ long (Fits people up to 5′ 9″)

Large: 76″ long (Fits people up to 6′ 4″


Standard 28″
Extra Wide: 34″

Comes with matching stuff sack measuring 18″ diameter x 21″ tall  or a 21″ diameter stuff sack for the thickest bags..

Additional information

Width of Sleeping Bag

Standard (57" Wide at the Top when bag is opened up flat), Extra Wide (67" at the top when bag is opened up)

Loft for Aurora

2" thick, 3" thick, 4" thick, 5" thick, 6" thick


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