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Sea to Summit

Alpine ApII Sleeping Bag Regular

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Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

Camping in snowy, winter conditions, or in an alpine environment requires a serious sleeping bag. A bag that has the abilty to cinch in every molecule of warmth to keep you comfortable. Enter the Sea to Summit Alpine ApII Sleeping Bag which sports an EN comfort rating of -8°C. 

A 3D NanoShell keeps the 850+ Loft ULTRA-DRY premium goose down dry and ready to loft up when you need it most. A contoured mummy design, offset baffles, 60/40 fill ratio, and an oversized neck collar and hood seal make the Alpine ApII a serious high altitude bag, whether you're climbing Mount Cook in spring, or trekking to Everest Base Camp. Other features include an anatomical shaped box foot for comfort, and an internal security pocket to keep devices, like a digital camera, secure and warm so they can perform in the cold. 

Not the smallest or lightest bag in the Sea to Summit sleeping bag range, but a must-have for the serious winter or alpine camper. 

  • Contoured mummy design
  • 60 top / 40 bottom down distribution
  • Breathable lining fabric
  • Stiff zipper draft tube - no more snags!
  • Comes with compression bag, storage cell/laundry bag
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Comfort Temp. Rating:
-9 °C
Lower Temp. Limit:
-15 °C
Fill Ratio Top/Bottom:
Max. User Height:
183 cm
Internal Girth:
154 cm Chest | 130 cm Hip | 103 cm Foot
External Dimensions:
203L x 70W x 10H cm
Packed Dimensions:
42L x 23W x 23H cm
Compressed Volume:
10 L
3D NanoShell™ 20D Polyester with DWR
Fill Material:
850+ Loft 90/10 ULTRA-DRY™ Premium Goose Down
Fill Weight:
710 g
20D Nylon
Zip Draft Tube:
Neck Draft Tube:
With dual elastic adjustment
Single YKK #5
1.365 Kg
Suggested Use:
Trekking | Alpine
Limited Lifetime

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