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The Western Mountaineering Apache MF 15 Degree Sleeping Bag is a weather resistant sleeping bag for two to three season warmth. Rated down to 15°F, you can take off in spring and not return until fall. The mountains are yours to explore by foot. Come nightfall, the 850+ fill power down surrounds your body in a 6" loft so you can dream peacefully away from the cold. The MicroLite XP™ shell is breathable while still weather-resistant, so a rainy night or condensation can't ruin the adventure. At an average of 2lbs in weight, you'll be pleased at the warmth it can provide.
FEATURES of the Western Mountaineering Apache MF 15 Degree Sleeping Bag
Rated 5 out of
It was hard to spend $410 on a sleeping bag, but was totally worth it.When I was looking to buy a new sleeping bag there were a few features that were a must for me. I wanted something warm, yet light, small and compressible when stuffed, water resistant, and well made. Well, I found all of that with this sleeping bag. The material is super soft and comfy yet very water resistant (as soon as I got it I dumped a glass of water on it to see what happened, it rolled right off). I have only used this down to about 30 degrees so far but was plenty warm, even with the head opening wide open. The continuous baffle design allows you to move the down where you need it for desired warmth so this bag will work for almost any temperature.
Date published: 2011-03-23
Rated 5 out of
Amazing, warm, warm bag with narrow fit, very well suited for 4-season use.I use this bag from fall through spring in all but the very coldest conditions here in the PNW. I'm a very cold sleeper and this bag has kept me warm well below the -10 rating (with a good 4-season pad and some layers on). The narrow width is especially welcome as it increases the warmth-to-weight ratio while keeping weight down. Despite the narrowness I can still fit a bunch of things in the bag overnight, including hot water bottles, gloves and even boot liners. Amazingly well-made (the draft collar for example is excellent and the loft after two seasons of use is as good as new) and sure to last me a long, long time.
Date published: 2013-02-20
Rated 5 out of
Hands down the best bag I have ever used!I took this bag out on a recent weekend backpacking trip (September in Indiana). It got down into the low 40s/high 30s at night. I was snug and toasty both nights. I didn't need to zip it up all the way. I slept in a thin base layer, no socks, and used an Exped UL Synmat 7 sleeping pad. It did get a little wet because it was pouring down rain the first night at camp, but the droplets just formed little beads on the surface of the bag. I had to pack it with some water on it and it lofted just fine the second night. Thank you microfiber exterior!! I cannot wait to test this bag out in colder weather. I am a cold sleeper and might not be able to take it down to 15 degrees without using a silk liner and more clothes, but I highly recommend this bag! And weighing in at less than 2 lbs, what's not to love! Western Mountaineering has great products!!! You definitely get what you pay for!
Date published: 2013-09-22
Rated 3 out of
Nice bag for 30 and above, not for serious cold wetherThis bag was good for late spring camping up in Maine, temps never dropped below freezing. Took it up Rainier and froze my ASS off, seriously, I was miserable. Had to sleep in all my clothes to stay warm. Headed back to Baker in a couple of weeks, but not with this bag.
Date published: 2010-07-16
Rated 5 out of
Best bag ever.This bag is so nice and warm its probably rated too high. So more heat for you buck whats not to love.