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Mountain Hardwear Down Flip 35 / 50 Sleeping Bag

Mountain Hardwear Down Flip 35 / 50 Sleeping Bag is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
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Product Description Item No.   10235913

The Mountain Hardwear Down Flip 35/50 Sleeping Bag is a down sleeping bag for various weather conditions. The Flip is filled with 600-fill Q.Shield down, which has a water resistant treatment allowing the down to perform better in wet conditions than untreated down. The semi-rectangular shape leaves plenty of room for rolling over and a single-hand draw cord cinches the hood. One side has more down fill than the other, so you can flip it over depending on the temperature, while a draft tube prevents cold spots along the zipper. Stuff the bag into the included stuff sack for a backpacking trip and steer clear of the bears.

FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Down Flip 35 / 50 Sleeping Bag

  • Q.Shield DOWN 650-fill has an advanced treatment applied that resists heat robbing moisture and retains maximum loft in damp conditions
  • Flip the bag from one side to the other to change temperature rating
  • Roomy and versatile semi-rectangular cut
  • 5" baffle spacing keeps down carefully controlled for even, predictable loft
  • Dual slider zipper extend around footbox allowing the bag to be opened up and used as a comforter, two bags to be zipped together and increasing ventilation options
  • Insulated draft tube with anti-snag panel prevents cold spots along zipper
  • Single-handed draw cords adjust bag opening at top

- + Product Specifications
Foot Circumference (Regular): 38 in.
Weight: 28 oz
Shoulder Circumference (Regular): 62 in.
Sleeping Bag Shell: 33D Dobby (100% Nylon)
Fill Weight (Regular): 9 oz
Stuff Sack Dimensions: 7 x 14 in.
Hip Circumference (Regular): 58 in.
Fabric Details: 100% Nylon
Gender: Unisex
Features: Stuff Sack Included
Best Use: Backpacking, Hiking, Winter Camping
Exact Temperature Rating: 35 Degrees Fahrenheit
Sleeping Bag Shape: Semi-Rectangular
Bag Weight (Regular): 1 lb, 12 oz
Zipper Side: Left
Insulation: Down
Temperature Rating: 31 - 40 Degrees Fahrenheit
Max User Height (Regular): 6 ft
Fill Details: 600 Fill Q.Shield DOWN

Sleeping Bags
SLEEPING BAG SIZE Short Regular Long
Men Fits up to 5' 6" Fits up to 6' 0" Fits up to 6' 6"
Women N / A Fits up to 5' 8" Fits up to 5' 10"
Backpacks
MOUNTAIN HARDWEAR PACK FIT GUIDE and INFO

• Determine the correct pack size by measuring from the top of your hip shelf to the C7 vertebrae, which is the protruding bump at the base of the neck.

• If you think you are between pack sizes, consider how and when you will be using the pack. For example, if you will be using the pack primarily in the winter, when more and bulkier clothing is required, you may opt to size up.

• You can find Torso Range and other size information in the description FEATURES or SPECIFICATIONS for each Mountain Hardwear pack. You can also refer to the size guide below to compare the current season packs by category.

LIFESTYLE PACKS Size Capacity Torso Range Waistbelt
Cronus Regular 2,136 cubic inches / 35 L One Size -
Paladin, Enterprise, Agama Regular 2,014 cubic inches / 33 L One Size -
Canyonlands Regular 1,831 cubic inches / 30 L One Size -
Escalante Regular 1,709 cubic inches / 28 L One Size -
Agami Regular 1,648 cubic inches / 27 L One Size -
Escala Regular 1,404 cubic inches / 23 L One Size -
 
HIKING PACKS Size Capacity Torso Range Waistbelt
Shaka 70 Small 3,967 cubic inches / 65 L 15.0 - 18.0" 27.0 - 31.0"
Medium 4,272 cubic inches / 70 L 17.0 - 20.0" 30.0 - 35.0"
Large 4,577 cubic inches / 75 L 19.5 - 22.5" 34.0 - 39.0"
Lani 60 Small 3,478 cubic inches / 57 L 14.0 - 17.0" 26.0 - 30.0"
Medium 3,661 cubic inches / 60 L 16.0 - 19.0" 29.0 - 34.0"
Shaka 55 Small 3,051 cubic inches / 50 L 15.0 - 18.0" 27.0 - 31.0"
Medium 3,356 cubic inches / 55 L 17.0 - 20.0" 30.0 - 35.0"
Large 3,661 cubic inches / 60 L 19.5 - 22.5" 34.0 - 39.0"
Lani 50 Small 2,868 cubic inches / 47 L 14.0 - 17.0" 26.0 - 30.0"
Medium 3,051 cubic inches / 50 L 16.0 - 19.0" 29.0 - 34.0"
Fluid 32 Regular 1,953 cubic inches / 32 L 16.0 - 22.0" -
Fluid 24 Regular 1,465 cubic inches / 24 L -
Fluid 18 Regular 1,098 cubic inches / 18 L -
Fluid 12 Regular 732 cubic inches / 12 L -
 
CLIMBING PACKS Size Capacity Torso Range Waistbelt
Splitter 40 Regular 2,441 cubic inches / 40 L 16.0 - 22.0" -
Hueco 35 Regular 2,136 cubic inches / 35 L -
Scrambler 30 Regular 1,831 cubic inches / 30 L -
Hueco 20 Regular 1,220 cubic inches / 20 L -
 
ALPINE PACKS Size Capacity Torso Range Waistbelt
BMG 105 OutDry Small / Medium 6,407 cubic inches / 105 L 16.0 - 19.0" 28.0 - 34.0"
Medium / Large 7,018 cubic inches / 115 L 18.5 - 22.0" 33.0 - 39.0"
South Col 70 OutDry Small / Medium 4,272 cubic inches / 70 L 16.0 - 19.0" 28.0 - 34.0"
Medium / Large 4,577 cubic inches / 75 L 18.5 - 22.0" 33.0 - 39.0"
Direttissima 50 Small / Medium 3,051 cubic inches / 50 L 16.0 - 19.0" 28.0 - 34.0"
Medium / Large 3,356 cubic inches / 55 L 18.5 - 22.0" 33.0 - 39.0"
Direttissima 35 Regular 2,136 cubic inches / 35 L 16.0 - 22.0" 29.0 - 37.0"
 
UELI STECK PROJECT PACKS Size Capacity Torso Range Waistbelt
Summitrocket 40 Medium 2,441 cubic inches / 40 L 17.0 - 20.0" 30.0 - 35.0"
Large 2,746 cubic inches / 45 L 19.5 - 22.5" 34.0 - 39.0"
Summitrocket 30 Regular 1,831 cubic inches / 30 L 16.0 - 22.0" -
Summitrocket 20 Vestpack Regular 1,220 cubic inches / 20 L 16.0 - 22.0" -
 
HXT PACKS Size Capacity Torso Range Waistbelt
Fluid Race Vest Small / Medium 183 cubic inches / 3 L 16.0 - 19.0" -
Medium / Large 18.5 - 22.0" -
Fluid Race Vestpack Small / Medium 366 cubic inches / 6 L 16.0 - 19.0" -
Medium / Large 18.5 - 22.0" -
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Innovative idea that extremely practical The guys at Mountain Hardwear have great products. This bag is a different temp rating on both sides. I just hiked the Grand Canyon so it was very useful to use the warmer side at the top of the canyon and being able to flip it over for the cooler side at the bottom of the canyon. Basically you have two bags for the price of one. Not to mention it packs down smaller then a watermelon. It's also very light for the price and opens up fully which is practical for use as an open blanket around camp. The shape gives you more room to move around which I prefer over the mummy style. Couldn't be happier with it.
Date published: 2015-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bag for summer, spring, and fall hikes. Thinking about purchasing another one for the wife. I have used this bag in temperatures ranging from mid 30's to lower 60's. ,,The back is pleasantly lightweight weighing in at modest 28 ounces. It also compresses quite well in the compression sac provided. ,,No it does not have a hood, but then again, do you really need one in temperatures above 35? Admittedly, my head and ears did get a little chilly in the mid 30s but had I brought a beanie, I would have been fine. In this case, just tuck your head inside the bag and snooze away. ,,Additionally, the bag has good collar and zipper draft protection. The collar also has a drawstring enabling you to cinch it up and keep the warm air in. ,,This bag also has a full length zipper allowing you to use it "blanket style". I am a warm sleeper, so this feature really comes in handy on those warmer nights. ,,The only negative was the lack of info that came with this. I was confused about which side was the warmer, it is not obvious but finally concluded that the dark green is the warmer side,,
Date published: 2015-02-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 35-70 "Rating" Is Misleading I got this during the summer and took a short hike in the Rockies during Sep. I froze. I was leary on opening the parcel and feeling the bag. I did not have a chance to take another bag so I took it. Most nights were in the low 40s, but a couple colder. No way could this bag be considered comfortable at 35F ! It might be OK at 50 if the 35 side is used on top. The numeric "comfort" should not be considered a temperature. I do not know where the "new" rating system came from. You should need about 1 lb of 700-900 loft down to get a comfort for 30-35F. I know better, now. One of the major attraction to the bag was the rectangular shape. I do not like mummies, even if they are more weight efficient. I am back looking for that shape in a true 35F temperature comfort use. My recommendation of "No" is based on the 35-50 description, rating. Other features were fine, zipper, volume inside, stuff gear, were OK.
Date published: 2016-11-05
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can two of the Mountain Hardwear Down Flip 35 / 50 Sleeping Bags be zipped together side by side to make a double bag with both having the same sides up and down (both with 35 degree side down or 50 degree side down)?

Asked by: JJay
Since this bag only comes in a left hand zipper, there wouldn't be a way to zip the same sides together. You would need a right zip and a left zip in order to do that. So for this bag, one side may want a slighter warmer sleeping bad than the other.
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2015-08-11
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