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The Western Mountaineering Antelope Gore Windstopper Sleeping Bag is a 5°F sleeping bag for three season hiking into the high country. The wide girth of the bag allows space to move while you dream draft-free thanks to the down-filled tubes at the collar and along the zipper. From the moment the snow begins to melt to just before it starts again this friendly Antelope will hang in your pack, weighing just under 3lbs. Not to shabby for spending long seasons in the mountains. The Gore Windstopper™ fabric prevents winds from seeping through and is also water-resistant for unsavory weather days.
FEATURES of the Western Mountaineering Antelope Gore Windstopper Sleeping Bag
Made with durable, water-resistant and compressible Gore Windstopper™ 830 fabric
5 1/4" spacing of continuous baffles that stretch from zipper to zipper and allow you to move the down where you need it, depending on the weather
62/39" shoulder/foot girth gives you room to add layers if the temp drops
3-Dimensional down-filled collar helps to seal in your body heat
Full length draft tube prevents cold drafts from ruining your slumber
26 oz of down fill gives this bag 7" of loft and a rating down to 5° F
2 lbs 13 oz Total Weight
Fill Weight (Long):
Hip Circumference (Regular):
53 in., 54 in.
Fill Weight (Regular):
Max User Height (Short):
5 ft 6 in.
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Shoulder Circumference (Long):
63 in., 62 in.
Fill Weight (Short):
Foot Circumference (Short):
Max User Height (Long):
6 ft 6 in.
Draft Collar, Stuff Sack Included
Exact Temperature Rating:
5 Degrees Fahrenheit
Sleeping Bag Shape:
Max User Height (Regular):
Bag Weight (Regular):
2 lbs, 13 oz
Bag Weight (Long):
2 lbs, 15 oz
850+ Fill Down
WINDSTOPPER fabrics keep you comfortable by controlling the microclimate directly around your body. They do this with an ultra-light, ultra-thin membrane which blocks wind while allowing interior moisture vapor to escape. Your microclimate will be so cozy and inviting, you could probably timeshare it out.
Rated 5 out of
It doesn't get any better than this. Seriously, its as good as a bag can get.If you need a bag to keep you really warm, here it is. Even below its conservative 5 degree rating, I stayed toasty on a winter climb of Mt. Washington. Lightweight for how warm it is and is flawless in its construction. My only gripe, its hard to stuff because of the Dryloft shell. Not a big deal though. Just bought a big compression sack to make it easier on my cold hands. Though not a problem for me, guys with bigger shoulders might find it a little hard to move around in. In all of my nights in it, the bag has never let me down at all and I don't expect it ever will. Expensive yeah but on the first cold night out, you forget all about that high price tag.
Date published: 2010-10-28
Rated 5 out of
Warm, Tough, QualityI just purchased this bag over the winter and have spent 10 nights sleeping in it. (as of April 2015) I took it on an extended back country hunting trip where temperatures dropped as low as -7F. This bag kept me safe and warm even below its 5 F rating. The gore wind stopper material is tough and I did not feel that I had to baby this bag. The neck baffle and zipper baffle are stuffed with down to prevent heat loss. I had some trouble finding a compression sack for this bag. I currently am using a sea to summit eVent size large, and it is a tight fit. This is my second WM bag, and I must say that the quality is second to none.
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 5 out of
Worth the investment!I was worried that the Gore Windstopper would be a bit much; we were initially considering the MF fabric since it’s a lighter but I'm quite happy with it. We slept in a 3 season tent. The temperature out was -16 Celsius weather with the wind chill factor approx. -20. ,,,,Love the neck baffle and hood had them closed all the way. No issues getting in and out of the bag, the zipper is easy to use, I would recommend adding a small zipper pull string on the inside there is one on the outside but not on the inside. ,,
Date published: 2012-12-01
Rated 5 out of
The Quality of the Bag is Superb!I use this bag out west (3 season use) and it is of the highest quality and comfort. The temperature rating is spot on and it is like sleeping in a cloud. Although it is rated to 5F, it is comfortable in the summer months at elevation in the Rockies too. My first WM product but it won't be my last.
Date published: 2012-12-21
Rated 5 out of
Great BagWM makes the best bags I've used (haven't tried FF). This bag is great for all year around. I even use it in the winter in Colorado unless I expect serious negative temps.
Date published: 2012-01-19
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At 6'2" I'm just over the 6 foot size and a ways from the six foot six. Any suggestions on which way to go?
Asked by: John
Thanks for reaching out to us. If you are over 6'0" I would go with the long, 6'6" size. You'll be able to wiggle your toes and stay nice and toasty. I hope this helps!