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Extremelite Zero Sleeping Bag (0⁰C)

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The Roman Extremelite Zero Sleeping Bag features an efficient tapered shape while providing more length and shoulder space than most other lightweight sleeping bags.

If you are seeking a sleeping bag that offers the technical features of a hiking bag, yet provides the sleeping space for taller than average users, then the Extremelite series delivers. Full length zippers enable the bag to be completely zipped open in warm weather, while the tapered bottom and contoured hood increases thermal efficiency in the cold.

Also equipped with an Mp3 pocket, the Roman Extremelite Zero Sleeping Bag is a great all-rounder with a quality build.

  • 0⁰C Rating
  • Tapered shape
  • Full length twin zippers
  • Mp3 pocket
  • Includes compression sack
Snowys Code:
132330
Supplier Code:
SEXLZT
Comfort Temp. Rating:
0 °C
Shape:
Tapered
Max. User Height:
195 cm
Internal Girth:
150 cm Chest |100 cm Foot
External Dimensions:
225L x 80W cm
Packed Dimensions:
34L x 18W x 18H cm
Material:
Diamond Tex™ Ripstop Polyester
Fill Material:
Insulfil Thermo®
Lining:
Polyester
Zipper:
Double Anti Snag
Weight:
1.4 Kg
Suggested Use:
Hiking | Trekking
Warranty:
1 Year
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Sep 08 2017

Not for zero temps

Good bag but not recommended for zero temperatures! Still cold!

- Barden Ridge

Would this sleeping bag be suitable for a treck in Mongolia during months June and July. 1 answer

I am 160cm trekking through Mongolia for around 9 days,

- Bicton(1 month ago)

Hi Colleen,

I'm not familiar with the temperatures you would expect in Mongolia during June and July, but I would look for a bag that has a comfort rating at or just below the average minimum temperature you expect to be sleeping in. The EN13537 standard measures comfort rating for the average person, keeping in mind that there are a number of variables, and if you are a particularly cold sleeper then you may want to look for a bag warmer than the standard recommends.

For women, look at the Comfort Rating (not Lower Limit) of the bag for those under the EN13537 standard, this is the best estimate for the average woman to sleep comfortably in a relaxed position. On bags not rated under the EN13537 standard, the manufacturer has just used their best guess. I would put the comfort range of such bags, including this Roman Extremelite bag, about 5 degrees above the manufacturer's recommendation, in this case, 5 °C.

If you want a good value bag that is rated under the standard, check out the Roman Palm Series of bags, they are a little bulkier but more reliable in their ratings.

I hope this helps.

- Snowys(1 month ago)

1/2 season?1 answer

Is this sleeping bag a 1/2 season?

- Doreen (3 months ago)

G'day Beth,

Sleeping Bags aren't usually rated to seasons, rather degrees celsius. However, a 0C degree bag as the Roman Extremelite Zero Sleeping Bag is would be considered a 1-2 season bag at best.

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Packed Size1 answer

Hi, Can you please tell me the packed dimensions for this bag? Thanks

- Alice Springs(1 year ago)
Hi James, you're looking at about 34 cm in length by 18 cm in diameter for these. These dimensions are before the bag is compressed, with a bit of muscle you could compress them a few centimetres further in length.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Unzip1 answer

HI, Does this/other Roman bags unzip fully to be used as a blanket? Thanks

- Kiwirrkurra(1 year ago)
Hi James, all the Roman Sleeping Bags have zippers running along the side and bottom. The Palm and Extremelite bags have separate zippers for each side.
- Snowys(1 year ago)