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Darche

Cold Mountain 1100 Sleeping Bag -12°

$179.95
$149.90

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm
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A super sized bag for cold weather ventures, the Darche Cold Mountain -12° 1100 Sleeping Bag has been designed to keep fishermen, hunters and adventurers warm when camping in winter conditions.

A durable and water resistant 70D ripstop polyester shell protects dual layer hollow fibre fill and a silk touch inner makes for a comfortable night’s sleep.

Thermally efficient with a 3D collar, draw string chest  baffle and a contoured hood as well as full length zippers and draft tubes that enable use as a doona on warmer nights.

  • -12° rating
  • Oversized dimensions
  •  Durable water resistant 70D ripstop shell
  • Full length anti-snag zippers
  • Chest baffle
  • Easy care
  • Internal zippered pocket
Snowys Code:
138260
Supplier Code:
T050801616
Zipper Location:
Left & Right
Comfort Temp. Rating:
-12 °C
Shape:
Square
Max. User Height:
230 cm
Internal Girth:
200 cm
External Dimensions:
250L x 114W cm
Packed Dimensions:
50L x 30W x 30H cm
Material:
Water Resistant 70D polyester
Fill Material:
Hollow Fibre
Fill Weight:
2 x 350gsm
Lining:
Silk Touch Polyester
Zipper:
Dual
Weight:
3 Kg
Suggested Use:
Camping | Touring
Warranty:
1 Year
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Oct 18 2017

Warm

Great bag for a Base camp however dont expect this to be your go to for light weight camping.
Used as 2 zipped together in sub zero tempratures and was super toasty

- VIC
Oct 02 2017

Massive!

I ummed and aaahed over the 1100 or the 900. Went for the 1100 in the end and it's MASSIVE. Great bag, super warm. It rolls up as big as a swag though. If I had my time again I'd get the 900, as I'm sure it's big enough! No complaints though - definitely will never be cold in this.

- 2107
Oct 02 2017

Best

You won't find better. Its like wearing doona. I use the 1100 in normal swag and the 900 in a biker swag.

- Armidale, NSW
Aug 23 2017

-12 darce sleeping bag

Bloody warm !!! Pretty awsome actually Service was excellent cheers snowys great job ill be back !!!

- Safety beach
Aug 17 2017

Darche Sleeping Bag 1100 -12 degrees

So big, really warm - wont be getting cold in this one!!

- Adelaide
Jul 29 2017

Darche Cold mountain sleeping bag 1100

Delighted with warmth and comfort. Even my feet stay warm. Dual zippers and extra width make it easy to get in and out of

- Glenorchy
Jul 13 2017

Darche -12 1100

the warmest and most comfortable sleeping bag I have used

- Reynella East
Jun 29 2017

Good bag, has niggles though

Big, warm, roomy bag however zippers do snag.

- Yellow Rock
Mar 15 2017

Best sleeping bag i owned so far

Very warm, generous size and of good quality. I own many different types of sleeping bags, as I have four children. Among them, this one is the best I owned so far.

- bayswater north
Mar 14 2017

Darche sleeping bag

This bag replaced my old down filled bag. It is an order of magnitude warmer in cold Snowy mountain weather. Would recommend it to anyone looking for a roomy, warm sleeping bag

- Bermagui
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Can you zip two bags together to create a double?1 answer

Can you zip two bags together to create a double?

- 2871(3 months ago)

G'day Dave,

 

They sure can so you can enjoy one snuggly supersized bag!

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Rating1 answer

Would this bag be ok in -2 -4 degrees Victorian High country?

- 3076(5 months ago)

G'day Marc,

This is a tough one as there are many variables that come into play with sleeping bag temperatures. We'd encourage you to have a read of a blog post from one of our team, Dave, which will help you understand sleeping bag temperature ratings a bit more. You can read his advice here.

- Snowys(5 months ago)

correct way to pack bag1 answer

you tube

- mulwala(7 months ago)

G'day Roger, 

There isn't a video on this available online, but we'd say that there isn't a hard fast rule about getting a sleeping bag back in its sack - you can either stuff it, or fold it into thirds and roll it up tightly and then put the bag over. It may just be a process of trial and error Roger. 

- Snowys(7 months ago)