FEATURES of the Nemo Tango Duo Slim 30 Sleeping Bag
Backless design fits two 20" pads, nesting perfectly in any of our two person tents
Snap off the hood to save even more weight
Includes unique features like waterproof/breathable footbox, Blanket Fold, and stretch box baffles to maximize backcountry comfort
Two pads, a Tango Duo, and a pair of Fillo pillows make a backcountry bed just as comfortable as your bed at home
Included Accessories: Compression Stuff Sack, Cotton Storage Bag
Pillows and pads sold separately
Coziest and cuddliest setup for two in the backcountry
Backless design saves weight and improves packability in the backcountry
Perfect backcountry setup for cuddling: Tango Duo Slim, 2 x Cosmo Air 20R, Slipcover 2P 20R, 2 x Fillo Pillows
Hood snaps keep the bag in place and prevent drafts
Tango Duo is constructed using box baffles, a high-loft, thermally efficient two way baffle system that gives a full three dimensions to each baffle and has no thin spots
Waterproof/breathable footbox wraps underneath your pads to anchor it in place
Pack size compared to a standard camping stove setup
Ambassador testing trip
Shoulder Circumference (Regular):
Fill Weight (Regular):
1 lb 4 oz
Foot Circumference (Regular):
Hip Circumference (Regular):
Sleeping Bag Shell:
20D Nylon Ripstop with DWR
Zipper-less, Water Resistant, Stuff Sack Included
Sleeping Bag Shape:
Bag Weight (Regular):
2 lbs 9 oz
21 - 30 Degrees Fahrenheit
Exact Temperature Rating:
30 Degrees Fahrenheit
Max User Height (Regular):
700 Fill Power DownTek
Durable Water Repellant
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.
Rated 5 out of
Fantastic 2 Person BagThis sleeping bag was given to my husband and I as a wedding gift. We have already used it several times, and love it. It is extremely light-weight and fits into the stuff sack of my mummy bag. I do recommend a slip cover to accompany it, as it keeps the pads together. I made one, but if you aren't sewing inclined, the matching slip cover looks nice. It's very warm for how light it is, and since it's essentially a comforter, it's very easy to adjust how much you are covered and regulate temperature. It stays in place very well, and is a lot more comfortable than a mummy bag.
Date published: 2014-08-08
Rated 5 out of
Great option for summer backpacking couplesI bought this as a light weight backpacking option for my girlfriend and I. It's a great set up that sheds a lot of weight and space on the trail. I recommend buying a smaller stuff sack to save space. I didn't purchase a slipcover but use a twin cover and it worked fine. Also, I use a mattress coupler (thermarest brand) to keep the mattresses together.
We've used this bag in the Canadian Rockies about 10 times and it gets a little cool in the lower temperature ranges 1-5C and as recommended I wouldn't go any colder than that.
Small compartments within the structure of the bag keeps the down exactly where it should stay.
Hey Nemo! You guys should do a slightly warmer version (but still ultra light) for us backpackers who camp in cooler climates. I'd be happy to test it for you!
Date published: 2015-08-21
Rated 5 out of
Awesome!I have had this for about two years now. I use it quite often, for sleeping on the porch in 50+ deg weather to using it as my conferter on my bed during cold winter nights. It is very confortable, great to have on the trail or car campong. Allows more freedom than any conventional or mummy bag out there.
Note: I have not used this below 45deg but plan to give it a shot this winter. I'll post an update when I do. I am sure the single is just as great and for just over 2lb/s this has been awesome! Plan on bringing it on another trip in August.
would i be able to use this sleeping bag without sleeping pads, on an air mattress instead? what is the bottom side like?
Asked by: camper123
Thanks for the question! The Nemo Tango Duo Slim is backless. So essentially the bottom would be your sleeping pad. As long as your air mattress is no more than 40 inches wide, it should work. Depending on how high or thick it blows up to will determine if the bag can encapsulate your mattress along the sides and tuck underneath. If not, you can always just use it as a blanket like at home. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-09-01
What are the dimensions of this bag? Length, width and weight?
Asked by: Stablemaid
Thanks for the question. This measures of 74" x 54" with a packed size of 10" x 18". I hope this helps.