The Sierra Designs Women's Mobile Mummy 600 3-Season Sleeping Bag is a multi-season sleeping bag for the movers and the shakers that love to stay warm. The advantage of this bag is the movement, as you can get away with wearing it from the moment your tent is set up, to just before you're heading back out on the trail. The 30D polyester ripstop outer fabric is durable and protective of the 600 fill duck DriDown insulation on the inside. DriDown has been coated, providing moisture resistance during your hiking adventure that stays drier than untreated down. The EN Comfort Limit of 25°F keeps you toasty, while your arms and feet are free to move in and out of the cabin (I mean sleeping bag) as you please. That's right, self-sealing arm and foot vents make it ready to not just cool off but read a book, walk around camp, or make dinner. The zipper is front and center for simple entry. All you have to do is decide if you're sleeping on your side, back or front, don't worry, the bag will follow.
FEATURES of the Sierra Designs Women's Mobile Mummy 600 3-Season Sleeping Bag
Ultralight jacket hood with no cords or toggles
Garments-style shoulder design
Centrally placed, ventable zipper
Exact Temperature Rating:
15 Degrees Fahrenheit
Sleeping Bag Shape:
Max User Height (Regular):
5 ft 8 in.
600 Fill Duck DriDown
11 - 20 Degrees Fahrenheit
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Rated 5 out of
Genius Design!I have been hesitant to buy a mummy bag since I'm a bit of a claustrophobic side sleeper and mummy bags seemed to make those two things troublesome, but a recent trip made it a necessity to get something a bit more compact. After searching and searching I found the Mobile Mummy online. I thought it was weird at first since all other companies use side zippers and larger head areas, but after watching some videos and reading some blogs and reviews. I was sold. THIS WAS GENIUS and all the other guys have it so wrong. This solves every problem I thought I'd have with a mummy sleeping bag, and even ones I didn't think of.
The top zipper is so much more easy to use. The fact that it makes it possible to stick one or both of your feet out of the bottom to cool down (more ergo than out one side) or STAND UP AND MOVE AROUND was a newton's apple kind of moment. Being able to stick your arms out the sides to read, take a drink of water, get situated, or get up to the bathroom in the middle of the night (while not having drafts come through when not in use), is now a feature I don't know how I could live without. I hate getting the whole upper half of my body cold to do these things in a regular bag.
I thought the hood would feel restricting, but it works perfectly, like the hood on your favorite puffy jacket + a little more. All three of these features together create more of a garment style bag and it moves and rolls around with you, instead of you needing to move around inside the bag or get out of it. Side sleeping, no problem! It actually feels less claustrophobic because it moves with you giving you better movement.
My favorite feature is being able to get up in this bag (unzip from the bottom and bustle it via two button things in the back, then stick arms out). It looks ridiculous, but I think it's hilarious and have sent pictures to all my family and friends and they think it's awesome! On really cold nights I will probably wear this around the fire (just hope I don't get any snags or holes from embers).
Our next camping trip is in 2 weeks so I'll be able to review more about the warmth and durability factor during some winter camping, but in my wearing it around the house and laying in it for awhile, I was pleasantly surprised at the comfort factor and also I wasn't getting overheated, making me confident in it's warmer month usage. Let's just hope the warmth is just as good!
The price on this bag is comparable to others, yet it has so much more value to it. Can't wait to use it for real (and I'll try to remember to report back).
What are the differences between the men's and women's bags? I am a tall woman (5'11"), and I'm wondering if this bag will be too short for me (i.e. if I am better off getting the men's bag since it has more length)?
Asked by: Cew_
HIya Cew_, thanks for your question! The maximum user height for this bag is 5 feet, 8 inches so I think you're on the right track with the men's bag. The standard maximum height for the men's regular bag is 6 feet. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-11-29
how much does this weigh? Thanks!
Asked by: Diane
This sleeping bag is weighing in at 2 lbs 13 oz. / 1.28 kg. This bags is filled with 600 fill Duck Dri Down to keep you warm and dry while you're out on the trail, in the coldest of weather.