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.
the warmest and most comfortable sleeping bag I have used
Big, warm, roomy bag however zippers do snag.
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.
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
Have been camping in the Snowy Mountains since I was a child.. Now at 45 I can honestly say that I have found a sleeping bag that can handle the elements.
Thanks for the superb customer service Snowys.. Your team is the best.
I was pretty pumped about getting this sleeping bag after buying there roof top tent, anex and awning. Used it a uni history of times and I have been very satisfied. Looking forward to buying a second one with the opposite zip to be able to sleep two.
any one looking for complete warmth on a cold night would have to be crazy not to look at this product
Love my darche 1100 sleeping bag it is warm as used a couple of times up the blue mountains in winter and was warm as
Would this bag be ok in -2 -4 degrees Victorian High country?
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.
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.
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