The North Face Hyper Cat Sleeping Bag
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The North Face Hyper Cat Sleeping Bag

The North Face Hyper Cat Sleeping Bag is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4.
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Product Description Item No.   10332209

The North Face Hyper Cat Sleeping Bag is a center zip bag for backpackers looking for 3 season warmth. This bag doesn't include any cats, but it does include HeatSeeker One™ insulation to keep you toasty warm. Snuggle in and cinch the hood, zipping that center zip up to your chin. Easy in and easy out. Meow.

FEATURES of The North Face Hyper Cat Sleeping Bag

  • Proprietary insulation is blend of cut-staple and continuous-filament insulation that is light and long lasting
  • Performance cut and center zip for extra weight savings
  • Insulation is engineered to be minimal on the bottom of the bag to save weight and so bag can be used with a sleeping pad
  • Hood-cinch, integrated draft overlap and draft collar to prevent heat loss
  • Stuffsack and storage sack included

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Stuff/Compression Sack Dimensions: 8 x 14 in.
Features: Stuff Sack Included
Bag Weight (Regular): 1 lb 14 oz
Bag Weight (Long): 2 lbs
Extreme Temperature Rating: -6 Degrees Fahrenheit
Product Technology: The North Face Heatseeker
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Best Use: Camping
Temperature Rating: 11 - 20 Degrees Fahrenheit
Exact Temperature Rating: 20 Degrees Fahrenheit
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hyper cat Loved camping with this bag!
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great bag, very warm Packs down very well, love using it. Would not recommend for sleepers over 200 lbs and 6'1". I got the long and is just perfect but if I was bigger I would feel very restricted.
Date published: 2017-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My new favorite Bought the hyper cat a month ago and couldn't wait to see if it would live up to all the hype. This bag more than exceeded my expectations. Packs up so small, I've got room for more comforts on the trail. Has kept me warm​ below freezing temperatures. I haven't had any problems with the zipper, which is always a worry of mine. So far I love it and can't wait to use it again this weekend.
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light, warm and very dependable My sleeping bag has been my one indulgence when it comes to weight in my pack. Up to now I have done that with the Cat's Meow, which is one pound heavier. When I got serious about cutting weight this winter, and saw that TNF was coming out with this new bag, I was sold. I've only used it once, and it was in a semi-heated camp in Washington State (in March over a cold and very rainy 2 nights). I can't speak to it's 20 degree rating other than to say that I got way too warm, and sometimes only kept my legs in it. Sometimes just one leg. I don't have any issues with using this in the mountains in the summer, except that the bottom side of the bag is thinner than the top, and that if you roll around much when you sleep you may get CBS (Cold Butt Syndrome). I am a side sleeper, so that's how I know. TNF says the weight savings come from a shorter zipper, a thinner bottom and a better way of arranging the synthetic fibers. I have no doubt that's all true, but it also lacks the girth of the Cat's Meow. It did not feel confined, but I did miss the room of the CM. If weight is not an issue to you, buy the Cat's Meow! But if you understand just how much 1 pound can make a difference, here are a couple of suggestions. First, ditch the stuff sack. My scale said it is 2.6 ounces. Clever design, but that's a lot for something you don't really need. There are better options, weight-wise. Second, (I know these are not original ideas), if you do get cold, just put on some of your other layers of clothes. Yeah, down is sexier. But most 20 degree down bags are going to cost you at least a pound and a half, and won't be worth their weight when they get wet. The Hypercat is maybe 4-8 oz. heavier, will insulate you in any condition, and is $200-400 cheaper. My 2 cents: stay warm and use that extra money for cooler toys. And say hi as you pass the hikers who stop to dry out the condensation or perspiration in their sexy down bags.
Date published: 2017-03-16
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