Mountain Hardwear Pinole 20F Sleeping Bag

Mountain Hardwear Pinole 20F Sleeping Bag is rated 4.56 out of 5 by 25.
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Product Description Item No.   10092438

Products on Sale are Past Season Styles.

The Pinole 20 Degree Sleeping Bag by Mountain Hardwear. Insulated with warm and lightweight Thermic MX, with an offset quilt construction to maximize loft and prevent cold spots. Comfort mummy cut delivers warmth without constriction. Face gasket and Ergo Draft Collar work together to seal in warmth.

FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Pinole 20F Sleeping Bag

  • Offset quilt construction prevents cold spots
  • Comfort mummy cut efficiently maximizes warmth without constriction
  • Face gasket and tailored hood comfortably block drafts at the hood opening and seal in warmth
  • Comfort Footbox follows natural foot position for maximum warmth and comfort
  • Microfleece-lined stuff sack (included) doubles as a pillow
  • Imported


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" -
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't beat it with a stick This sleeping bag is still fairly light, warmer than it looks, and completely affordable. It compacts down very well for backpacking with a compression sack. I'm a beginner to the whole backpacking thing, but my friends who got into it slightly before me went to a not moosejaw store and spent almost $600 on all of their gear. Decent sleeping bags for backpacking cost well over $100, but honestly this one is comparable to my friends over priced sleeping bags. ,,What I'm trying to say:,,For a beginner, don't overspend. This sleeping bag is the best you'll find for the price. Buy it and lie to your friends about how much you paid for it. Use the money you save for more gear!!
Date published: 2012-10-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Product I am super stoked with my new Pinole bag! It is snuggly, warm, and compresses fairly easily for packing. The material is durable and the seams and construction are rugged. The zipper is snag free and operates smoothly(I always get frustrated when you try to zip up a sleeping bag and the dang zipper gets caught on the bag and you spend 4 hours trying to get it unstuck and end up ripping the bag...),,,, The only way I can possibly imagine it being any better is if it had some nifty pockets for small items and if it were a tad bigger with room for two. But then again, maybe that might be a bad idea.
Date published: 2011-07-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not too Shabby I bought this bag around a year or two ago, and I expected to be able to sleep in 20 degrees with it, but that was ignorant thinking. I backpack and camp with a hammock. So, anytime I have used this bag it has been in a hammock. (which makes the wind blow under you making you colder) In my opinion this bag is a spring/fall bag. It doesn't keep me very warm even in 40 degree weather... now that might be just because of sleeping in a hammock. Maybe in a tent you would get some insulation from a sleeping pad making it warmer. Otherwise I like it! It's very light, packs down small, and is warm in warmer climates.
Date published: 2013-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We're still friends. I got this sleeping bag as a Christmas gift for a friend. I wish I had gotten it for myself instead. He loves it, it looks cool, and people are jealous of it. That's the sign of a good gift. Based on his lack of complaining and the fact that he survived a 20 degree night last month, it appears this bag is warm and comfortable. While I was furiously ranting about the terrible zipper on my own bag, he gloated that his zipper worked great, never snagged, and didn't let any cold air in. It sounds like it's a pretty awesome bag. You should probably read someone else's review.
Date published: 2013-04-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's a great bag for Spring and Fall. Not for winter. Good sleeping bag for 40 degree nights. OK sleeping bag for 30 degree nights. When it gets any lower than that, however, I lose my love for this bag. It is pretty light for a synthetic filled bag and packs down pretty small. It just wasn't designed well enough to provide actual comfort in weather chillier than 40 degrees. Also, the opening for your face is so big that when one tightens the drawstring, the bag gets a little shorter. I like this bag a lot, I just will not use it during cooler winter nights. I'm going to invest in some real down and a loftier bag.
Date published: 2013-01-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice warm bag, but a bit tight for me If I were a little smaller through the upper body, or less of a toss-n-turn kind of sleeper, this bag would have worked really well for me. As it was, I pretty claustrophobic, and had a hard time sleeping because of it. That's not really the bag's fault....I just mention it in case you're new to mummy-style bags (as I am). ,,,,Otherwise, it was great. The coldest night I spent in it was about 28F, and I stayed pretty warm (I was using a sleeping pad, too, which seemed to help). The zipper snags pretty easily, but apart from that I didn't have any problems.
Date published: 2012-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb sleeping bag for those who want quality but are on a budget. I've used this bag a couple of times now. Early November in the midwest gets down to about 25F at night, but in this bag, I was comfortable. I used a Thermarest pad and a coolmax liner so that added a few degrees of warmth, but this bag really worked well. I'm 5'6" 140lbs, so room wasn't an issue for me. Anyone over 6' might have a concern. ,,,,No complaints from me at all. I needed a bag that was a bit warmer than the one I already had, but couldn't drop a ton of dough in the process. This fit the bill, for sure.
Date published: 2010-11-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great sleeping bag for the price! I bought this bag for my son to replace another bag that was too light weight for the temps we were camping in. To be honest, I replaced his bag because I was the one that ended up sleeping in it when he got too cold and I was sick of handing over my nice warm bag!,,,,The Mountain Hardwear Pinole 20F Sleeping Bag has performed very well on our camping trips where the temps have dipped just below freezing. The bag is used on top of an Exped Syn Mat and my son has not once complained of being cold. ,,,,The only minor issues to note are bulk (buy a decent compression bag and this is a non-issue) and a slight tendency for the zipper to snag ( advance the zipper with your finger under it and problem is solved... so easy even a 12 yr old can do it),,,,This is a great bag for the money!
Date published: 2014-02-01
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