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Therm-A-Rest PolarRanger-20FSleepingBag

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When your adventures take you to the coldest places on earth, the PolarRanger-20FSleepingBag is the sleeping bag to take along with you. It is packed with features to keep you warm and comfortable in extreme conditions.

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Therm-A-Rest PolarRanger-20FSleepingBag

Designed in conjunction with renowned polar explorer Eric Larsen, the Polar Ranger -20F/-30C down sleeping bag is built for the coldest places on earth. Previously a recipient of Backpacker Magazine’s Editor’s Choice Award, the lightest and most feature-rich bag in its class just got better. It utilizes cutting edge box-baffled construction and is filled with highly compressible, PFC-free 800-fill Nikwax Hydrophobic Down. This advanced down maintains its loft and warmth longer, even in the challenging conditions of extended expedition use in the arctic cold. It absorbs 90% less water and dries 3x faster than untreated down—a big plus on long trips where periodic drying is required. The ultralight shell and soft liner are made from planet-friendly GRS-certified 100% recycled nylon. A unique snorkel hood with a magnetic closure helps seal in warmth while routing exhaled moisture away from the bag to preserve loft. Drafts are kept at bay by extensive, overstuffed draft tubes and a pair of side vents allow for custom ventilation while freeing your arms while still in the bag. Other features include an insulated Toe-asis™ foot-warming pocket, SynergyLink Connectors to link bag and sleeping pad, an interior stash pocket, external loops for attaching a quilt or blanket for more warmth, and an anti-snag YKK® zipper.
  • Recycled Shell & Liner: GRS-certified 100% recycled fabrics are eco-friendly while being lightweight, soft and durable; anti-snag YKK zipper ensures easy entries and exits and prevents tears.
  • 800-Fill Nikwax Hydrophobic Down: PFC-free and absorbs 90% less water and dries 3x faster than untreated down.
  • Responsible Down Standard Certified: Certification that ensures the waterfowl in the down supply chain are treated humanely.
  • Snorkel Hood: Designed to allow for easy breathing and to ventilate exhaled moisture to preserve loft; magnetic closure keeps cross-drafts at bay and eases entry/exit.
    • Side Vents: Allow for external arm use and customizable temperature control; overlapping draft tubes prevent cold spots when closed.
    • SynergyLink Connectors: Ultralight straps create a secure bag-to-sleeping pad connection that optimizes the comfort and thermal efficiency of your entire sleep system.
    • Additional Features: Toe-asis Foot Warmer Pocket, cinchable draft collar, YKK® anti-snag zipper, interior stash pocket, overstuffed draft tubes, external quilt loops, draft collar.
  • Compression sack and storage sack included.


Specifications for: PolarRanger-20FSleepingBag

  • Fabric Body 100% Recycled Nylon RipStop w/ DWR
  • Insulation 800 Fill Goose Nikwax Hydrophobic Down RDS
  • Lining 100% Recycled Nylon RipStop
  • Fill Type Down
  • Weight Regular 3 lbs 4 oz
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  • Weight Long 0
  • Fill Weight Regular 2 lbs 2 oz
  • Fill Weight Long 0
  • Shape Mummy
  • Loft 6.5 in
  • Stuff Size 8.5 x 10 in
  • EN Rating T-Limit -20 F
  • EN Rating T-Comfort -4 F
  • Inside Length Regular Overall length = 81 in fits 72"
  • Inside Length Long 0
  • Hip Girth Regular 59 in
  • Hip Girth Long 0
  • Foot Girth Regular 46 in
  • Foot Girth Long 0
  • Shoulder Girth Regular 64 in
  • Shoulder Girth Long 0

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