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The Western Mountaineering Lynx MF -10 Degree Sleeping Bag is a down sleeping bag for cold weather in the backcountry. Venture into the outdoors in the early spring, on foot or searching for the best ski spots before the snow melts and this medium sized cat will take care of the warmth. Filled with 32oz of 850+ fill power down, you're getting a 9" loft to surround your whole body with warmth as you sleep. Rated to -10°F, but only weighing in at 3lbs, 2oz, it won't break your back when hiking through the melting snow. A MicroLite XP™ shell protects the down inside and the draft tube and collar prevent drafts from leaking there way through.
FEATURES of the Lynx MF -10 Degree Sleeping Bag by Western Mountaineering
6" Spacing/V-Block Side Baffle
62"/39" Shoulder/Foot Girth
Full Down Collar
8.5" Loft, -10 F
32 oz. Down Fill
3 lbs. 2 oz. Total Weight
Made in the USA
Fill Weight (Regular):
Max User Height (Long):
6 ft 6 in.
Shoulder Circumference (Long):
61 in., 62 in., 63 in.
Foot Circumference (Short):
Max User Height (Short):
5 ft 6 in.
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Hip Circumference (Regular):
54 in., 55 in.
Fill Weight (Short):
Fill Weight (Long):
Backpacking, Winter Camping, Basecamp and Expedition, Mountaineering and Alpine
Rated 4 out of
Big and Lovable but watch the zipperI was looking for an all around winter bag that didn't weigh too much. The Western Mountaineering Lynx was a good fit for both. I took it from the Olympic Peninsula to Joshua Tree and it held up like a champ. In the wet and dreary near Portland, the outer shell protected me from some pretty moist mornings. In the high dry frosty desert I slept like rock even with the Coyotes licking my ear.,,The one downer for the bag, as with most bags, is you have to watch that pesky zipper. The 3rd time I used it I ripped a nice hole in the side of the exterior baffle. Sweet! ,,Overall, a great warm light bag.
Date published: 2009-02-27
Rated 5 out of
Light, Packable, Comfy, Super Warm!Great bag for winter camping and cold shoulder-season nights. I have had this bag for 9 months but the best test for it came last night. I live in Colorado and knewit wa going to ba another cold night. I wanted to test it in documented temps by the hour so I slept outside at my house. It got down to 0 F. I got in the bag at 3 F with wool thermals and a light weight hoodie. I was too hot and had to ditch the hoodie. I did put a hot water bottle at my feet. After that, I did not even get close to being cold except for parts of my face that were exposed. Like cold camping... get this bag.
Date published: 2013-01-15
Rated 5 out of
Oh my gosh, so warm and comfyI bought this for my 2nd trip up Mt. Kilimanjaro. I froze on my first trip in a rental bag, and on this trip the plan was to sleep on the summit. Most nights I had to sleep with it partially open, but on summit day I was so cozy and warm, I might have been the only one to get a good nights sleep. I have had no issues with the zipper or any other part of this bag. The extra tape in the zipper area keeps it from getting stuck.
Date published: 2016-08-19
Rated 5 out of
A great bag for somebody who wants something a little extra. Price vs need-your decision.Bought this item about two months ago from Moosejaw and used it a total of 7 nights camping. Temperature only got down too 30 degrees F.. The bag was soft and cozy and slept in my shorts.Got warm so I just opened it up and cooled off until I was comfortable. The bag lived up to everything I hoped it would. Boy did it ever fluff up.