The Western Mountaineering Puma MF Sleeping Bag is a lofty, cold weather sleeping bag for spending nights in the high mountains during winter. Rated to -25°F, the 9" loft wraps you in 850+ fill power down. Forget about the howling winds and blowing snow as you tuck into your tent and sleeping bag for some shut eye before pushing the summit in the wee hours of the next day. The two draft tubes intersect, each packed full with plenty of down to seal out drafts along the zipper and collar. The MicroLite XP™ shell provides the water resistance you need against any snow, rain or condensation that may find its way into the tent.
FEATURES of the Western Mountaineering Puma MF -25 Degree Sleeping Bag
Made with a water resistant, breathable, lightweight MicroLite XP™ shell farbic
6" spacing of V-Block side baffles that prevent down from migrating and cold spots from forming
64/39" shoulder/foot girth gives you extra room to add layers when the temp drops
Full down collar cinches tight to seal in your body heat
Interlocking draft tubes run the length of the zipper to ensure cold drafts don't ruin your sleep
850+ down fill power gives this bag an excellent warmth to weight ratio and compressibility
36 oz of down fill gives this bag 9" of loft and a rating down to -25 F°
3 lbs 7 oz total weight
Max User Height (Long):
6 ft 6 in.
Hip Circumference (Regular):
55 in., 57 in., 56 in.
Fill Weight (Regular):
Foot Circumference (Short):
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Shoulder Circumference (Long):
64 in., 66 in., 62 in.
Fill Weight (Short):
Fill Weight (Long):
Max User Height (Short):
5 ft 6 in.
Winter Camping, Basecamp and Expedition, Backpacking, Mountaineering and Alpine
Rated 5 out of
warm, light and it fits in my superlight osprey exos 34 backpack along with all my other gearI bought the Western Mountaineering Puma MF Sleeping Bag because I am always cold. I was looking for the warmest light bag on the market. After a lot of research I found out that the Puma MF was the lightest -25 degree bag. My only concern was fitting it in my backpack along with the rest of my gear. Amazingly, a large compression sack helps me fit it in my superlight osprey exos 34 backpack along with my NeoAir sleeping pad, dawn pants and jacket, a few extra layers of clothes, crampons, food, and everything else I need for a backpacking trip. I spent the night in the crater of Rainier in my Puma sleeping bag and I was worm. I consider it my best buy. It is worth the money.
Date published: 2010-08-28
Rated 5 out of
Loved itSlept in this at 14,900 feet in Nepal. Everyone else froze in their bags--I was toasty warm.