Backcountry Bed 600 / 30 Degree

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Sleep in the wild like you do at home, with a comforter. With an oversized, integrated comforter sealing the opening, you can sleep comfortably and naturally on your back, side, or stomach.

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Shell Material:
30D Polyester Ripstop
Liner Material:
30D Polyester Taffetta
600 Fill Duck DriDown

Tech Specs

EN Comfort Limit:
37oF / 3oC
EN Lower Limit:
27oF / -3oC
Fits To:
Men's Regular: 6 ft / 182 cm
Men's Long: 6 ft 6 in. / 198 cm
Trail Weight:
Men's Regular: 2 lbs 8 oz. / 1.13 kg
Men's Long: 2 lbs 11 oz. / 1.22 kg
Men's Regular: 80 in. / 203 cm
Men's Long: 86 in. / 218 cm
Men's Regular: 61 in. / 155 cm
Men's Long: 65 in. / 165 cm
Men's Regular: 60 in. / 152 cm
Men's Long: 64 in. / 163 cm
Men's Regular: 42 in. / 107 cm
Men's Long: 44 in. / 112 cm
Sleeping Pad Sleeve Width:
Men's Regular: 20 in. / 51 cm
Men's Long: 25 in. / 64 cm
Zipper Side:
Stuff Sack Width:
Men's Regular: 7.5 in. / 19 cm
Men's Long: 7.5 in. / 19 cm
Stuff Sack Length:
Men's Regular: 15 in. / 38 cm
Men's Long: 15 in. / 38 cm
Pad Thickness:
Men's Regular: 20 in. x 2-2.5 in.
Men's Long: 25 in. x 2-2.5 in.
This item may be patented
Backcountry Edge:
Kittery Trading Post:
Season: 2 Season
Gender: Male
Insulation: DriDown
Temperature Rating: 30 Degree
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    1. Customer Review

      As someone who recently "hit the ground running" in to backpacking this winter, I really love this bed! I've gone through a few sleeping pads but each one has fit snug in the pocket underneath. Living in Texas I've experienced 65 degree nights as well as 35 degrees in this sleeping bag (albeit with an extra blanket) and slept great comfort, this bag is incredibly flexible in that regard. Stows away very nicely in my compression bag when packing is needed and I'm not overly concerned with ripping because there are no zippers, hard material attached, etc. Bottom line, this is one of the those occasions I'm glad I spent the money towards quality; excellent sleep system! on Jan 31st 2016

    2. Customer Review

      one of the best sleeping bags iv used light weight, warm and packs vary small, I twist and turn a lot in my sleep and having the sleeping pad sleeve helps keep me on the pad. for being a 2 season bag its supper warm. if its to hot throw the blanket down and put your feet out threw the bottom. when it get cold it easy to bundle up. on Aug 29th 2015

    3. Customer Review

      its hard to believe the hype on a product but this one truly delivers. this sleeping bag paired with my air pad provided the most comfortable sleep i have ever had in my tent. i appreciate the freedom of movement and the ability to simply pull down the top of the blanket if i'm too warm or simply tuck in if i get too cold. it's a truly innovative design that delivers on its function in the field. on Jul 14th 2015

    4. Customer Review

      This is probably the most comfortable sleeping bag I've ever used. There is ample space inside the bed to toss and turn, all while keeping the sleepiing bag fixed to your sleeping pad. I never found myself tangled up either. The quilt allows you to slip in and out silently, and effortlessly, while allowing for many options of temperature control. The bag feels true to the temperature rating with myself staying quite warm all the way down to 40 degrees without any layers on, with lots moisture in the air. I didn't feel any drafts around the super fluffy collar of the quilt either. I can't recommend this sleeping bag enough to anyone who is looking to boost their comfort in the backcountry. on Apr 12th 2014

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