Vaude Cheyenne 350 Sleeping Bag

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Product Description Item No.   10290962

FEATURES of the Vaude Cheyenne 350 Sleeping Bag

  • Down sleeping bag for camping in spring and fall
  • Inner pocket for essentials
  • Body contoured mummy cut for optimal heat management
  • Contoured hood
  • Exceptionally soft and skin-friendly fabric with bluesign standard

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Gender: Mens
Features: Water-resistant
Weight: 33.5 oz
Fabric Details: 100% Polyester
Extreme Temperature Rating: 7 Degrees Fahrenheit
Fill Weight (Regular): 12.3 oz
Foot Circumference (Regular): 21.6 in.
Shoulder Circumference (Regular): 31.5 in.
Best Use: Camping, Backpacking
Insulation: Down
Temperature Rating: 31 - 40 Degrees Fahrenheit
Exact Temperature Rating: 33 Degrees Fahrenheit
Sleeping Bag Shape: Mummy
Max User Height (Regular): 6 ft 3 in.
Fill Details: 650 Fill Duck Down
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Hello. Since this bag is 0-10 degrees Fahrenheit, would it be usable in winter conditions?

Asked by: hmhubb
Hiya, thanks for your question! Yes, this bag is usable in winter conditions. Keep in mind that when a bag is described as a "0-10 degree bag," it means that most users should remain comfortable if the air temperature drops no lower than 0°F. These ratings assume that the sleeper is wearing a layer of long underwear and using a sleeping pad under the bag. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-08-04

I think you guys may have gotten your °F and °C swapped because everyone else lists this bag as Comfort 42°, Limit 33° Extreme 7° F. But if it really is a 1.25 lb, 0°F, down bag for $180 I'll be beating down your door for one!

Asked by: skeptical
HIya, thanks for your question! The temperature rating is actually Comfort 42°, Limit 33° Extreme 7° Fahrenheit. The information will be corrected on the product page ASAP. I'm so sorry for the confusion!
Answered by: Alice in Wanderland
Date published: 2017-01-26

Other sites peg this bag weight at up to 2lb it really only 1lb 5oz?

Asked by: charhenlu
Hiya, thanks for your question! I personally weighed this bag and found that it actually weighs 2.3 pounds, (regular size). I'll ask our Web Content Team to update the product page to avoid future confusion. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Alice in Wanderland
Date published: 2017-10-26
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