The Therm-a-Rest Women's Adara HD Sleeping Bag is a down sleeping bag for four season backpacking. At 2 lbs, 6 oz (regular length), the women's specific mummy cut can be packed down into a reasonable 8"x16" included stuff sack. The 750+ Hydrophobic Down fill boasts a comfort range down to 22°F and resists moisture, making it a stand-up companion for trips that tend to be on the wet side. The inside lining uses ThermaCapture™, which reflects your own body heat back at you for increased warmth, while a draft collar and draft tube add extra snuggle power, preventing air from seeping through openings. Tuck your feet into the Toe-asis™ foot warmer pocket and drift off to sleep.
FEATURES of the Therm-a-Rest Women's Adara HD Sleeping Bag
Zoned Insulation design features box-baffled 750+ fill Hydrophobic Down with sewn-through insulated bottom
Reflective ThermaCapture™ lining for added warmth without excess weight or bulk.
ToeAsis™ Foot warmer Pocket. Solid.
Heat trapping draft collar and full-length zipper draft tube
Women's specific differential cut maximizes loft
Snag-free zipper. So no snags.
Cinchable hood helps lock in warmth
External zip pocket for stowing super important stuff
Stuffsack and storage sack are totally included
FYI - Once much closer to the sun than it is now, Adara was the brightest star in the sky. No other star since has been as bright, and it won't be surpassed for at least another 5 million years.
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Draft Collar, Stuff Sack Included
Camping, Backpacking, Mountaineering and Alpine, Trekking
Rated 5 out of
Slept like a babyFit like a glove, super warm, and super cozy to sleep in. I've been pretty hesitant to buy a mummy-style bag, because I don't like being restricted when sleeping (I move a lot to get comfortable). I tried the Adara after getting fed up with the men's bags and was impressed. The cut was comfortable for me to move around in, while still providing the warmth of a mummy-style bag. The material was also impressive, as it didn't make much noise while I shifted around.
I slept like a baby, waking up refreshed for a beautiful day of snowshoeing. Thank you Therm-a-Rest.
Date published: 2016-03-19
Rated 5 out of
Best Night's RestThis bag is truly the most comfortable one I've slept in (and I've been through a few bags). The women's specific design with a bit more width at the hip allows me to sleep flamingo style (one leg up) which is my favorite position. The added warm foot pocket at the bottom is great to warm your toes up when you first get into it. The fabric is of good quality as is the stitching. I was skeptical about the mechanism to attach the bag to your sleeping pad, but I am now a believer! I sometimes spend 18+ sleeping in my tent, so this luxurious extra warm bag is totally worth the investment. I honestly would not have considered Thermarest as a go-to brand for sleeping BAGS but have been impressed with this one thus far (trialed approximately 20 days so far).
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rated 4 out of
Love theHave used at -7 and been very cosy. Love the foot warmer pocked and the attachment to my mat. Great for side sleepers. Plenty of room in bag.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 4 out of
WarmThe warmest sleeping bag I have ever had. Lots of room.
Date published: 2016-03-29
Rated 5 out of
Sleeping in the wildLove it............................... ............
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 5 out of
Two Wheeled Nomad Lisa from
Warm and toasty, this one's a keeper!After more than two years and 21 countries over 50,000 miles on the road, it takes just a lick of sense to stay selective about what we carry. And without question, it has to fulfil: less is more and size does matter. Namely space and weight will always be at a premium when living out of two motorcycle panniers and a roll bag.
Having used and abused many sleeping bags during my ventures around the globe, it takes a great deal for a sleeping bag and mattress to get it right across every aspect for the conditions you’re in. The two pieces of gear I consider crucial. In a mind set that you can face anything after a good night’s kip, although for years I’ve found the biggest drawback was the compromise of bulkier, synthetic models versus the lighter down fill bags vulnerable to moisture—in achieving the same warmth ratio. This spring, I couldn’t wait to try and test the NeoAir XTherm mattress and Adara HD sleeping bag in Death Valley where night time temperatures can drop to unprecedented levels of rude.
Features of the Adara HD
Packing down to a very reasonable and pannier-friendly 8 by 16 inches (20 by 41cm) and weighing just 2lb 6oz (1.07kg), there’s more to the Adara than just its gossamer weight. It opens up into a Women’s Efficient Comfort Fit. Essentially, there is added hip room with tapered shoulders to better match the female form, maintaining the warmth. Larger users might find it a little snug, but I tend to think it’s cut perfectly for most physiques. The slender shape does make it ideal for a warm night’s sleep.
Impressive as that is, Therm-a-Rest also elected to fill the bag with industry leading 750+ Hydrophobic Down. The down is Nikwax-treated on top, which is akin to a science eluding mystery as it refuses to get wet, but if it does, dries with mind boggling, fabric defying speed. Namely, it facilitates it staying dry longer, retaining loft six-times longer than untreated down, as well as absorbing 40 per cent less water than untreated down, restoring performance faster. The resultant outcome: keeping the user bone-dry and toasty.
At a comfort rating of 22F (-6C) with an extreme limit at -26F (-32C), there is zoned insulation, which is focused particularly on top to trap the heat. When the cinchable hood and draught collar are pulled in snugly, keeps me well insulated throughout the night. Protected inside the warm cocoon, the hood stays snug around my head, while the neck tube staves off any draught. Simply, the bag is capable of keeping the bone-eating cold at bay and the desert bugs from biting. A noticeable godsend when camping on the ground. The breathable outer shell prevents you from sweating and any damp from seeping in too.
The larger adjustable hood also gives me the option to keep my pillow inside, which stops it sliding away when I’m asleep on the desert floor. As a side-sleeper and prone to turning over while I push up zZs, the bag affords a good range of movement, certainly compared to other bags I’ve used. Namely without squashing the down or leaving my body rudely susceptible to cold spots.
For me, the devil is always in the details. The sleeping bag comes with snag-free zippers and a handy external zipper pocket to keep my small essentials safe and close at hand. I appreciate the Toe-asis Foot Warmer—an insulated pocket in the foot space, so my nesh feet (receptive to the cold) are not swimming in oodles of space to get them warm. Further mindful details that give rise to gratitude include the Reflective ThermaCapture Lining, which undoubtedly traps radiant heat, increasing warmth without adding any unnecessary weight or bulk.
Perhaps most unique of all, are the patent-pending SynergyLink Connectors. It’s easy to share Therm-a-Rest’s view that when you join your sleeping bag with your mattress, you’re far likely to become at one with the two. The security afforded by the system ensures a warmer, more comfortable night in your tent, under the stars, wherever, no matter how you sleep. The way it works hones in on two large loops, which connect the sleeping bag to the sleeping mattress to create an integrated sleeping system. Designed to afford maximum freedom of movement, there is no chance that you can slip off your mat switching from your back, to the side or the front, even if you’re an active sleeper. Not when the sleeping bag is affixed to the mattress beneath. It’s quite genius.
The end-game with the NeoAir XTherm and Adara HD combination is to provide optimal warmth with minimal weight. Having tested the NeoAir XTherm integrated with the four season Adara HD away with me to Death Valley, the integrated system was anything but a gimmick. It assembled without fuss and permitted me to stay warm, slumber soundly and comfortably keep dreaming of my happy place. Made from the best materials the industry has to offer, and designed by the savvy experts at Therm-a-Rest, I was hoping it was going to be a great addition to my travel ensemble––and it is. It’s another great product combination from Therm-a-Rest, one I’m sure will serve me well for many seasons to come.