Sea to Summit Flame Women's Sleeping Bag
Features & how to pack away
Details & Specs
For those counting every gram, the women’s specific Flame Fm0 Sleeping Bag from Sea to Summit is the whisper-light solution for warm technical expeditions.
The Flame is constructed from premium materials for performance without the weight. Its contoured mummy design has it wider at the hips and narrower at the shoulders for a women’s specific fit. Filled with RDS 850+ Loft premium goose down treated with a water-repellent, this bag is protected from condensation and external moisture.
The sewn-through box baffle construction keeps the down in position without adding extra bulk, while the minimal 10D nylon shell, 7D liner, and light gauge #3 YKK zip keeps the weight down. Providing a 13°C comfort rating and a 9°C lower limit - this bag is designed for warm weather, or as a liner to add warmth to another bag.
For a women’s specific technical bag, the Flame Fm0 Women's Sleeping Bag by Sea to Summit is perfect for ultra-light summer expeditions or added warmth in cooler conditions.
13°C comfort rating, 9°C lower limit
Filled with RDS 850+ Loft premium goose down
Water repellent treatment on the down protects it from moisture
10D nylon shell and 7D lining for minimal weight and packed size
Light gauge #3 YKK zip
Sewn-through box baffle construction to keep down in position
Doubles as a liner to boost the warm of a second bag
Contoured mummy design for insulation
Wider at the hip and narrower at the shoulder with extra down overall
If I paired this sleeping bag as a liner with the S2S Emb1 quilt (10 degree quilt) and loosened the quilt so they could both loft properly, would this combo be as warm as a 0 degree quilt/bag? Or would I be better off buying the flame 2 or 3 and using the Emb1 as a summer only set-up? Wanting to camp in Queensland winters, so fairly mild and just trying to figure out the most efficient set-up. Thanks!
Zoe - North Lakes, QLD(3 years ago)
There isn't a hard and fast rule here when it comes to combining bags/quilts. In general, a bag like the Flame Fm0 when used a liner with a quilt, like the Ember EB1, and allowed to loft, you should have a combined temperature around the 0'C comfort rating. Given you experience fairly mild winters in Qld you could be ok, but if you're a colder sleeper I'd recommend considering a warmer bag for use in the winter months.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Liner use1 answer
As a liner, how much better is this compared to the standard Thermolite Reactor?
Joana - Freshwater(3 years ago)
The Flame Fm0 has a comfort temperature of 13C, so when used as a liner it should add about the same to another bag. Based on the construction and materials if it has space to loft then it should add more warmth than the Thermolite Reactor liner.