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Quechua s0 Light Red Right Sleeping Bag - L

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  • Rs. 5,499


Designed For : Sleeping at temperatures close to 0°C while HIKING. 0°C. 1.6kg in L. Very warm with its mini-collar and hood.

Age Range : Adult


Lightweight : L 1.6 / XL 1.8kg. 

Folded size : L 21 x 40 / XL 21 x 43. 

Thermal insulation : Comfortable temperature 0°C/Limit temperature -5°C. 

Flexibility : Can be twinned to sleep 2 people. Link a right zip bag to a left zip bag. 

Composition : Inner fabric: 100% polyamide. Outer fabric: 100% polyester insert: 100% polyamide and wadding: 100% polyester. 

Temperature Limits : Comfort limit temperature: The minimum temperature at which a user feels comfortable overall - neither hot nor cold - while huddled up in the sleeping bag (as determined for an average male user under normal conditions of use). 

Need to Know About Temperatures : "A sleeping bag does not produce heat but "retains" the heat generated by the body. If you are tired and chilled and you slip inside a cold damp sleeping bag you will most likely be cold no matter how great your bag is! These temperatures depend on a person's ability to withstand cold (build fatigue etc.) his equipment (insulating mattress etc.) the way he is dressed (if he is naked wearing underwear etc.) and weather conditions (humidity wind etc.)." 

Tips : "Dress simply (a single layer of clothing is enough) Warm up your head hands and feet: use hats gloves socks body warmers rub-down etc. A flask with hot water in it can be used as a hot water bottle (if there is no danger of it opening accidentally!) Contract your muscles (70% of the energy your consume is transformed into heat) without making movements that could cause a draught." 

Care Instructions : Wash your bag separately from other clothes or delicate colours use 1/3 of a dose of washing powder and select a synthetic cycle at 30°C. Stretch the bag out to dry in a dry and well-ventilated place out of the sun and away from heat sources or tumble dry low. Tip: a sleeping bag liner allows you to spread out washes and maintain good thermal performance.