The Gary -5°C is a soft and comfortable sleeping bag which can also be used as a blanket. It is both longer and wider and provides enough space even for people of taller stature. In this model from the WEEKEND quilted line, everyone will feel as if they were sleeping in their own bed! It is perfect for longer stays in camps, camping trailers or cottages but it can also be used for trekking.
The Weekend Quilted product line offers the most comfortable sleeping bags which come close to meeting the comfort of sleeping in your own bed. The combination of flannel inner lining and silk outer material makes sleeping in them an experience. It is made from quality materials which guarantee protection even from colder weather. It is usable from spring to autumn. This model is equipped with a system of right and left zipper and other accessories such as a compression bag, inner and outer pockets for necessities or reflective elements.
3-season sleeping bag.
Filling: 2 × 150 g/m² Hollowfibre, 4-hollow
Inner material: Flannel
Outer material: 75D 210T Polyester
Accessories: compression bag
Weight: 2750 g
Recommended body length: 195 cm
Proportions (packaged): 50 × 19 × 40 cm
Proportion: 90 × 220 cm
This value expresses the maximum, lower, temperature limit at which survival is guaranteed in the sleeping bag, especially at very low temperatures. This is an extreme when you have to count on a feeling of strong cold and therefore you cannot expect sufficient comfort for sleep.
This value expresses the temperature limit at which sleeping in a sleeping bag ceases to be pleasant. If the temperature drops below this limit, your clothing and location should be adjusted to the ambient temperature. An experienced user can also choose a sleeping bag according to this temperature, but this should be an exceptional event, not a regular overnight stay at temperatures around Low Comfort.
This value expresses the ideal, comfortable, temperature limit. Think of it as essential when choosing the right sleeping bag. If from this value the temperature drops to Low comfort or extreme tested, it is necessary to count on a gradual decrease in temperature comfort in the sleeping bag. Conversely, higher temperatures can lead to sweating, and the sleeping bag should be unfastened to provide a comfortable temperature for a peaceful night's sleep..
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