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Phantom 32 Degree Down Sleeping Bag
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The Mountain Hardwear Phantom 32 is the ultimate lightweight down sleeping bag for backpacking and climbing. This bag is insulated with high quality Q Shield 800 fill down, with a treatment that resists moisture, so the Phantom can keep its loft even in damp conditions. The tight five inch baffle spacing keeps down in place and keeps loft continuous throughout. This bag features a 10D lightweight filament weave shell, which has a soft hand and is extremely lightweight. The inner lining is made of 20D nylon taffeta which wicks moisture and provides soft comfort against skin. The Phantom features a performance mummy cut for a snug fit, which provides warmth and weight savings. Even though the cut is slim, the Phantom still features Mountain Hardwear’s comfort footbox which allows for a natural foot position. For extra warmth, the Phantom features an insulated draft tube with an anti-snag panel, which eliminates cold spots along the zipper. The six-chamber hood design keeps even loft around the head and a down-filled gasket blocks drafts at the hood opening and keeps in warmth.
TOP FOUR PROS
- Lightweight (1)
- Good Design (1)
- Good Construction (1)
- Compressible (1)
TOP THREE BEST USES
- Warm Weather (1)
- Lightweight Backpacking (1)
- Extended Trip Backpacking (1)
Great bag, great service
REVIEWED BY: TAYEHEN 2014-04-02
"Bag was great. Rated a little warm for the area I plan to use it. I have since started looking for something a little warmer. The shipping was fast and the bad was fantastic. It was lightweight, compressible and looked like an all around awesome bag. I'm just sad it wasn't quite what I was looking for for warmth rating after all. "