Looking for super snug, warm, cosy, warm? Something for car camping, festivals our base camps when planning big mountain adventures?
The Sleeper Expedition is Snugpak’s most extreme temperature sleeping bag in the Sleeper Series range, taking good care of you in conditions right down to -17°C. That means yes you will be warm sleeping outdoors in winter in the UK and most of the rest of Europe... and at your mate’s who won’t put the heating on too. It’s not the lightest or smallest (for that check out our Thermarest range), but it’s a great price, colour and feels super cosy. Basically its a portable snuggly duvet. Only without draughts.
This is a reliable, comfortable bag using soft-touch, siliconised fibres that form an insulated shell around you, and will see you happily through all four seasons.
The Sleeper Expedition is an incredibly warm, reasonably priced addition to the Sleeper range. Your only challenge will be parting with it in the mornings!
Oh, and did we say its a great golden colour and has a little pocket for your valuables?
- Temperature rating: Comfort: -12°C, Extreme: -17°C
- Highly siliconised synthetic fibres give a soft touch finish and prolonged lifespan compared to traditional hollowfibre filled products
- Mummy shape for retention of body heat
- Pack size: 33 x 28 cm
- Weight: 2600 g
- Length: 220 cm
- Width (chest): 75 cm
- Width (knee): 65 cm
- Width (foot): 50 cm
- Outer fabric: Ripstop Nylon (100% Polyester)
- Inner fabric: Supersoft (100% Polyester)
- Filling: IsoFibre (100% Polyester)
All Snugpak sleeping bags are supplied together with a compression stuff sack. The pack size dimensions where shown for each sleeping bag are for the fully compressed size, which involves compacting the bag itself as it is fed into the stuff sack and then using the compression straps and some physical exertion to reach the minimum size.
Like al the Snugpak bags this is totally happy to be washed in a front loading washing machine or by hand. Use very gentle, non-bio detergent and no fabric conditioner on a low temperature. They can be tumble dried on a LOW setting, but prefer to be air dried. If you tumble it at a high setting you risk damaging the fabric.