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The Swing 700 sleeping Bag by Valandre sounds like the name for a casino, but this Valadre sleeping bag is perfect for three seasons of outdoor fun. The Valandre 700 is for the guy who’s looking to get in some solid trekking without trekking through the extreme winter conditions. Withstanding temps down to -7° F, this Valandre down sleeping bag will keep you perfectly comfortable and warm without weighing you down. Like all Valandre sleeping bags, this sleeping bag was made with special technical love and a heart-warming design. Be good to it.
FEATURES of the Swing 700 Sleeping Bag by Valandre
Three-season sleeping bag performance
Insulated with 24.5 oz (700 g) of Pyrenean duck down
A less expensive sleeping bag alternative than goose down that does not sacrifice warmth
Offers an extreme temperature rating of 0° F (-18° C)
Provides one of the best temperature-to-weight ratio on the market
Rated 4 out of
Spacious and good quality sleeping bagI used this sleeping every night for the last 6 months with temperatures varying between 20°C and -3°C : the zip on the side is long enough to open it and get some fresh air when it's too hot outside, and it is warm enough not to freeze when 0°C and a bit below (with a Sea-to-Summit Thermolite Reactor and the sleeping bag's hood and collar tightly closed). The brand assures a limit of comfort around -11°C (and even -15°C) but I wouldn't try without a liner and base layers.,,The inside shell is REALLY soft and the outside shell seems quite durable (but I got some marks on the part around the feet). The foot compartment doesn't seem so warm, it takes a while before to warm them up, even with socks. The ropes for the collar and hood can easily be mixed together in the dark. And this is a spacious sleeping bag, so it means you can turn/move in it but it also means more space to warm up...,,