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The Sierra Designs Women's Backcountry Bed 800 3-Season Sleeping Bag is a lightweight sleeping bag for a wide range of seasons in the backcountry. The 800 fill power duck DriDown has been coated for moisture resistance so you can stay warmer and drier (than untreated down) in case of a rainy week on the trail. Weighing in at 2lbs, 10oz and packing down into an included 8.5"x16" stuff sack, it packs easily into your backpack. Pitch your tent and slip your sleeping pad into the sleeve under the bag. Rolling off your bag is a thing of the past, but your lower half is free to move side to side and up and down. Never know when you want to do some leg lifts in the tent. The zipperless center allows the free-moving comforter to be flipped outwards, pulled up towards your chin or tucked inside. The hand/arm pockets are insulated for warmth and help facilitate the moving around of the blanket portion. Rejoice and enjoy by getting a bed-like sleep deep in the backcountry.
FEATURES of the Sierra Designs Women's Backcountry Bed 800 3-Season Sleeping Bag
Wraps naturally to your preferred sleeping position allowing easy adjustment to varying temperatures
Insulated hand/arm pockets provide insulation under arms when comforter is used outside of the bag
Sleeping pad sleeve secures the sleeping pad to create the experience of a fully integrated bed
Opening is smaller than bag width so when you push out, the walls push in to seal out drafts
Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Award - 2014, Climbing Magazine Editors' Choice Award - 2014
Zipper-less, Sleeping Pad Attatchment, Ultralight
Backpacking, Ultralight Backpacking
Exact Temperature Rating:
15 Degrees Fahrenheit
Sleeping Bag Shape:
Max User Height (Regular):
5 ft 8 in.
800 Fill Duck DriDown
11 - 20 Degrees Fahrenheit
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Rated 5 out of
Great for claustrophobics like meIf you find yourself wrapped up like an egg roll in your mummy bag, twisting and fighting your bag all night, the Backcountry bed might be a better option for you. Who sleeps like a mummy, anyway? The construction of this bag is great; it's well-made and thoughtfully designed. The pad sleeve helps you stay put, even if you toss and turn. The down fill is good and kept me dry, even with a little condensation on the inside of the tent. The best part of this bed, though, is the down "blanket" feature. I love to wrap up in a comforter at home, and this is the next best thing. Although I got a bit of a cool draft a couple of times as I flipped over, the comfort factor won out and I'm a fan! Probably not the best bag for freezing temperatures because of that one feature, but definitely worth it in normal conditions.
Would this be useable in a hammock or would I freeze and hate myself?
Asked by: Jenny
Hiya Jenny, thanks for your question! The temperature rating for a sleeping bag is dependent on the user being in a tent, using a sleeping pad and clothing. I know from experience how cold sleeping in a hammock can get. (I froze my gigi off!) I wouldn't recommend using a hammock under 50 degree temperatures. Selecting a bag with continuous down baffling (which this bag has) and a sleeping pad would help with warmth. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-09-30
Does this model have the foot box vent feature that allows you to stick your feet out of the bag?
Asked by: Jriddle
Thanks for the question. Yes, this bag does have the venting footbox!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-07-03
I'm 5'7" and the max user height is 5'8". Just wondering how comfortable this will be if I have to use it as a mummy style. Will it be cramped?
Asked by: ksera
Thanks for reaching out to us. I think you would be cozy but not cramped in this sleeping bag. I hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-03-07
How do you clean these down filled sleeping bags? Are they dry clean only?
Asked by: marge1040
Do not dry clean your Sierra Designs sleeping bag. To clean that you can either hand wash in cold water with mild soap, or machine wash using a front loading washer, gentle cycle, with cold water and mild soap. Do not use a top loading washing machine. Air dry, line dry or use a large commercial dryer on low heat, and do not use bleach or detergents.