Sleeping Bag FERRINO Lightec SM 1100 - SPECIAL OFFER
Mummy shape, small transport dimensions, ‘One Touch’ system, effective ventilation, compression stuff sack.
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Sleeping Bag FERRINO Lightec SM 1100
The mummy-shaped Sleeping Bag FERRINO Lightec SM 1100 was designed for extreme weather conditions and thus can be used in temperatures ranging from +18°C to -20°C. The anatomically shaped and insulated hood and zipper placket prevent heat loss. The sleeping bag features the unique ‘One Touch’ system, thanks to which both the hood and zipper can be closed using only one hand. Moreover, thanks to the two-way zipper, the Sleeping Bag FERRINO Lightec SM 1100 can be zipped together with another sleeping bag. The Sleeping Bag FERRINO Lightec SM 1100 will be appreciated especially by those who not only need to save space, but also want to feel comfortable during their travels. The synthetic padding provides excellent thermal insulation and ventilation. All of the above makes this sleeping bag a perfect buddy on your adventures.
- Mummy shape
- Two-way zippers
- Effective ventilation
- Anatomically shaped, insulated hood
- Compression stuff sack
- Insulated zipper placket
- ‘One Touch’ system – hood and collar adjustment
- Outer material: 210T Ripstop polyester
- Inner material: polyester
- Weight: 1,100g
- Comfort temperature: +18°C
- Limit for women: +2°C
- Limit for men: -3°C
- Extreme temperature: -20°C
- Unfolded dimensions: 215 x 80 x 50cm
- Folded dimensions: 18 x 37cm
Sleeping Bag FERRINO Lightec SM 1100 - Product parameters
The total weight of the product.
T-max: Maximum outside temperature at which an adult would sleep comfortably without sweating. However, since the sleeping bag can be unzipped, this temperature is not that important overall.
T-comfort / limit for women: Lower temperature limit at which women on average don't experience cold.
T-limit / limit for men: Lower temperature limit at which men on average don't experience cold. The temperature is too low for women.
T-extreme: Minimum outside temperature at which a person can survive for 6 hours. However, you will experience a strong sense of cold and risk of hypothermia, as well as health damage. We don't recommend to decide according to this temperature.