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Men's Phantom™ 32 (Long)

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OT8486

Summary

A compressible, lightweight 800-fill Q.Shield™ DOWN bag for backpackers, and climbers 32 F /0 C. A super-lightweight 800-fill bag ideal for gram counting backpackers and climbers. Q.Shield™ DOWN maintains heat and maximum loft in damp conditions. The almost translucent 10D fabric has a soft hand and is exceptionally lightweight.
$410.00
Style# 1497662
product.components.activity Alpine Climbing

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    • RH
    • Dimension
    • L

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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 1 lb. 8 oz. / 673 g. -
  • Fit: - True to Size -
  • Good For: - Alpine Climbing -

Summary

A compressible, lightweight 800-fill Q.Shield™ DOWN bag for backpackers, and climbers 32 F /0 C. A super-lightweight 800-fill bag ideal for gram counting backpackers and climbers. Q.Shield™ DOWN maintains heat and maximum loft in damp conditions. The almost translucent 10D fabric has a soft hand and is exceptionally lightweight.

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Materials

  • Insulation: Q.Shield™ Down 800-Fill
  • Bag Shell: 10D Lightweight Filament Weave
  • Bag Fill Type: DOWN

Measurements

  • Weight: 1 lb. 8 oz. / 673 g.
  • Bag Shape: Performance Mummy Cut
  • Bag Loft: 4 in / 10 cm
  • Bag Stuff Size: 6 x 10 in / 15 x 25 cm
  • EN Rating: T-LIMIT: 28 F / -2C
  • EN Rating: T-COMFORT: 37 F / 3C
  • Bag Fill Weight: 312 g. / 11 oz.
  • Inside Length Regular: 78 in / 198 cm
  • Inside Length Long: 84 in / 213 cm
  • Hip Girth Regular: 56 in / 142 cm
  • Hip Girth Long: 58 in / 147 cm
  • Foot Girth Regular: 38 in / 97 cm
  • Foot Girth Long: 40 in / 102 cm
  • Shoulder Girth Regular: 60 in / 152 cm
  • Shoulder Girth Long: 62 in / 157 cm

    Details

  • Q Shield™ 800 fill down has an advanced treatment applied that resists heat robbing moisture and retains maximum loft in damp conditions
  • Performance mummy is cut snug, for maximum warmth and minimum weight
  • Tight 5" baffle spacing maximizes loft
  • Lightweight two-way #3 zipper for easy entry and exit
  • Down-filled face gasket comfortably blocks drafts at the hood opening
  • Six-chamber hood design maintains even loft around head for consistent warmth
  • Ergonomic draft collar blocks the escape of heated air from inside the bag. The two-piece collar drapes naturally over neck and shoulders creating a soft comfortable seal. Two draw cords cansnug down as needed to secure the collar.
  • Insulated draft tube with anti-snag panel prevents cold spots along zipper
  • Comfort Footbox follows natural foot position for maximum warmth and comfort
  • Single-handed drawcords simplify adjustments
  • Nylon mesh storage sack and stuff sack included
  • Imported

Reviews

Men's Phantom™ 32 (Long) 5 5 2 2
Very very pleased MHW, good job! I purchased the Phantom 32 long for Spring-Summer-Fall camping here in the Southeast. I did TONS of research before buying this bag. It came down to this bag and a high-end competitor's bag made out west in CA (hint hint#. After weighing all the features, the MHW won out in my mind. I'm now certain that I made the right choice. I recently had a chance to test the bag on a cool May night in the mountains of South Carolina. Here were the conditions: low 40s, relatively low humidity/dry, sustained winds of 15MPH, gusts of over 30MPH. WARMTH: When sleeping bag manufacturers rate their bags, they are usually VERY liberal. Let me say this about the Phantom 32: it's more like TRUE 30 degree bag. I slept in windchills of low 30s and I was downright warm #borderline sweating# in this bag. And I'm normally a slightly cold sleeper. ROOM: I'm a big guy at 6'2", 210 lbs., and there was plenty of room for me to move around. I never felt cramped switching from back to side sleeping positions. COMPRESSABILITY: Constructive criticism for MHW: the included compression/stuff sack is difficult at best. It's about 1L too small to comfortability stuff it. I ended up purchasing a Sea 2 Summit compression sack, size SMALL, and it fits and compresses down to NOTHING!! Impressed! DRY DOWN: didn't have a chance to test because it was dry when I used it, but based on what I read from others, this is no joke. ONE MORE THING: the bag is beautiful #if sleeping bags can possibly be#. You can see the down plumes through the translucent green shell and it looks great, looks very techy...very similar to MHW's Ghost Whisper jackets. One more bit of constructive feedback for MHW: although the YKK zipper works, it snags easily. I had to be very slow and deliberate when zipping up and down, but I'm willing to live with it. Bottom line: I recommend the MHW Phantom 32 to anyone wanting a true 30-ish degree bag. It's warm, roomy, small and just simply ROCKS! Don't hesitate to buy it! May 13, 2013
Amazed So, I (unfortunately) had the opportunity to test this bag in the three conditions you would hope to have it function in my first outing with it. I was on a three night camping/climbing trip prepping for an AMGA assessment. Night one: 45ish degrees, 5-10 mph winds, driving rain, with fog similar to Steven King's "This Mist." I was able to stay warm while everything was pretty soaked with humidity and dew in a wet environment. When I first got in the bag, I was a little upset with the lack of defined draft collar and how the hood cinched down. After the first night, I was sold on the minimalist design, and efficient the whole system actually was. Night two: 35 degrees, 30mph winds, with the same saturating fog. Everything was so damp, I actually noticed moisture build up INSIDE the shell of the sleeping bag, with a normal down bag, this would lead to serious loss in the insulating properties. The dry treatment held up to it's name and performed wonderfully. I was sleeping in shorts and a long sleeve fleece with a silk liner and was completely warm. Night three: 30ish degrees, clear conditions (finally!). The day time conditions did not promote anything to dry out, so there was still moisture to be found inside the sleeping bag shell (where the down is). Once again, the bag was toasty warm, I slept in a light base layer for my legs and a long sleeve fleece for my upper body with my silk liner, and I was having a great sleep. Bottom line: The dry treated down is no gimmick, it worked great when I really depended on it. This is one of the warmest 32 sleeping bags I have ever had, and is 1 pound lighter than my previous bag. I can compress this guy down to the size of a small loaf of bread. I'm 6'1" 200 lbs, and the long proves a luxurious fit. If you are shopping around and doing research on sleeping bags, give this one a serious look, you won't regret it. February 26, 2013
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