Temperature/Weight Ratings (These are estimates and not official ratings)
2 inch loft/ 20 Degree Fahrenheit/ approx.6 lbs.
3 inch loft/ 10 Degrees Fahrenheit/ . approx 7 lbs.: Large approx. 5 lbs.
4″ Loft/ zero degrees Fahrenheit/ Weighs approx. 9 lbs.
5″ Loft Negative 5 degrees Fahrenheit/ Weighs approx. 12 lbs.
6″ Loft / Negative 20 degrees Fahrenheit/ Weighs approx. 15 lbs.
One length available: 76″ long (Fits people up to 6′ 4″) We also make custom sizes. Please inquire.
WIDTH (GIRTH–meaning circumference)
Standard 33″ (66″ when opened flat)
Extra Wide: 39″ (76″ when opened flat)
Comes with stuff sack.
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