Never sacrifice warmth and comfort for ounces in your pack again with the Therm-A-Rest Haven 20 Degree Sleeping System. At an ultralight 1 lb 6 oz, the sleep system provides warmth and comfort down to 20 F. A fusion between a mattress and a sleeping bag with a zipperless design, this sleep system holds in heat without the bulk of extra insulation. Full coverage with 700-fill down keeps you warm while staying ultralight. Roomy enough for your favorite mattress. There is a reason this ultralight, ultra-comfortable and versatile sleep system was chosen by National Geographic Adventure magazine as one of 26 most groundbreaking products in 2010. Plus, all the cool kids have one.
Chosen by National Geographic Adventure magazine as one of 26 most groundbreaking products for 2010. "It's been a long time since a sleeping bag could boast true innovation, yet the [Haven] Top Bag has done just that," wrote Adventure West Coast Editor Steve Casimiro. Selections were made by the editors with input from a Retail Advisory Board composed of 34 of the leading U.S. Outdoor Retailers.
FEATURES of the Therm-A-Rest Haven 20 Degree Sleeping System
Ultralight warmth eliminates zippers and unnecessary fabric and fill beneath you to achieve EN 13537 -6° C (20° F)-rated comfort at just 22 oz (624 g)
Technical performance durable 20D nylon shell, and 700-fill down combine with a full hood, modified foot box and wrap-around coverage to provide reliable warmth with minimal draft
Exceptional versatility can be strapped to any mattress, used on top"warmer weather or slip a tapered ProLite or ProLite Plus mattresses inside for maximum cold-weather performance
Unparalleled comfort no more sleeping like a mummy, trying to find out which way is up, or searching for your zipper - we've delivered room where you want it without excessive gaping for maximum efficiency
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Rated 4 out of
Lightweight, warm, odd, and lightweight.I've spent over 30 nights in this strange rear entry bag and its treated me well. I've taken it down to the low 30s and did start getting a bit chilly. However, it was on a college backpacking trip involving a bag of wine and a lost sock. If you have two socks on, perhaps a fleece, and a warm loincloth, this bag can probably make it down to its rating. Ultralighters rejoice, no gimmicks like zippers (HAH) who needs em' anyway? Oh yeah, it works great in the summer as you can put a limb or two in or cuddle it without having a heatstroke. Neat! If you're willing to take a risk, go for this creature from the black lagoon. Be warned, it definitely is NOT for everybody.
Date published: 2011-05-27
Rated 4 out of
I really like it!I got the Haven because I wanted a lighter sleeping bag for packrafting trips. Its met the need very well so far. Light and warm. I have had to use a fleece sleeping bag liner and wear a couple layers to get it to perform to the 20 degree rating, but that's the only real complaint. Getting into it isn't any more awkward than getting in one of my sleeping bag liners. You get used to it pretty quick. It works well with my NeoAir All Season using the straps and buckles on the bottom, but is noticeably less drafty in my old Thermarest Prolight that fits inside of it.
Date published: 2013-12-26
Rated 5 out of
can't make it without itI have perfect trust in this item.
Date published: 2013-06-14
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