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Ultra Compact
Sleeping Bag 475 grams
6 to 11°C

The Ultra-C is possibly the lightest and most compact sleeping bag available. It weighs just 475 grams and packs down to a size which can be comfortable held in your hand. It isn’t just small it is also warm with a useable temperature range between 6 and 11 degrees Celsius.

most compact sleeping bag held in hand

What makes these sleeping bags so small and lightweight is their goose down filling. This filling squashes down when pack and lofts out creating pockets of warmth. The longer it is left to puff out the warmer it will be.

95% goose down filled pockets

To ensure smooth operation of the sleeping bags zip a reliable YKK zipper has been fitted. This zipper can be used from both the inside and outside of the sleeping bag. To stop the zip from unzipping while you sleep soft Velcro has been used at the top of the bag.

YKK zipper

Compact Sleeping Bag Specifications

  • Model number: Ultra-C.
  • Brand: Aegismax.
  • Colour: Blue.
  • Shape: Mummy.
  • Type: Ultralight weight.
  • Inside fabric: iFlEX ®  skin soft 20D Nylon.
  • Outside fabric: iFlEX ®  high density 20D Nylon.
  • Filling type: 95% White goose down.
  • Fill Power: 800FP.
  • Filling weight: 230 grams.
  • Comfort: 11° C.
  • Lower limit: 6° C.
  • Extreme limit: -9 °C.(Recommended not to take this into account).
  • Net weight 475 grams (in compression bag).
  • Stuff sack included.
  • Sleeping bag size: 180 x 78 cm.
  • Minimum compressed bag size: Approximately. 19 x 13 cm.
  • Maximum compressed bag size: Approximately. 27.5 x 12 cm.

Tips On Use

Keep your ultralight sleeping bag dry, wet down just doesn’t work. This is because when damp or wet it down can not loft out, it’s this loft that makes it possible for the sleeping bag to trap heat inside the baffles.

Air your bag out for a few days and shake it out occasionally when you first get it, this will help restore some of the sleeping bags loft. These sleeping bags like most new down sleeping bags have been in storage inside the compression sack for some time. When you first take your bag out of the compression sack it will be flat with hardly any loft. Airing it out will also help remove any residual smell from production.

Also when not in use store it in the supplied large storage bag and not in the compression bag. This will help reach and maintain maximum loft and warm for future use. It is also good practice to take your down sleeping bag out as soon as you reach your campsite or hut. This will give it time to reach maximum loft.

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