A very warm cocoon-shaped sleeping bag for cold and extreme conditions. Designed for expeditions and demanding hikes, for spending the night outside in winter, etc. One of Husky's most popular sleeping bags. The bag is made of top-quality synthetic materials that ensure very high air filling and above-standard durability. This sleeping bag allows you to sleep even in extreme conditions and sub-zero temperatures. The bag is comfortable, durable and withstands the load even on longer hikes. The model has anti-slip strips on the bottom, which prevent the bag from shifting on the mat, and a separate inner bag for extra warming of the legs. The outer part is made of tear-resistant RipStop material. The bag is very functional and practical, it has an insulated double-sided zipper, an adjustable hood, a drawstring collar that helps keep the bag warm,

Synthetic filling does not absorb moisture and dries faster than feather filling. Its heat retention also remains slightly damp.

Temperatures: extreme -28°C, tolerable -10°C, comfortable -4°C
Weight: 2360 g
Dimensions when packed: 44 x 28 cm
Dimensions: 85 x 220 cm
Recommended maximum user height: 195 cm
Filling: hollow fiber with seven air channels
Construction: double-layer Inner
material: soft nylon
Upper material: 40D 290T RipStop nylon
Extras: compression pack, anti-slip strips, separate bag for foot warmers

TemperaturesThe limit temperatures of the sleeping bag are established according to average standards. People who are more afraid of cold should choose based on the comfort limit (the highest of the three values). People with better cold tolerance can consider the lower comfort limit (average of three values). The extreme value shows at what temperature it is still possible to avoid hypothermia in the given sleeping bag (the lowest of the three values). Temperatures are only a guideline when choosing a bag. The actual heat retention depends on the interaction of many factors: sun, wind and other weather conditions, properties of the tent and mattress, the number of people staying in the tent, the user's clothing and physiological state, etc. Warmth retention can be improved by layering and/or fluffy clothing or by using two sleeping bags in extreme temperatures. Air keeps the heat in the sleeping bag, which remains between the user and the bag and the bag filling and isolates body heat from the external environment. Fluffy filling keeps you warm the best. Therefore, it is recommended to store sleeping bags unpacked when not hiking. In this way, the bag's ability to retain heat is best preserved.