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Details & Specs
Light, efficient and designed just for women – the Flame Fm2 from Sea to Summit is the ultimate sleeping solution for technical expeditions.
The Flame has a contoured mummy design that’s designed to be wider at the hips and narrower at the shoulders for a women’s specific fit. The Flame Fm2 has a minimal 10D nylon shell and 7D liner and a ½ #3 YKK zip for access and ventilation from the mid-section. It’s filled with RDS certified 850+ Loft premium goose down with an ULTRA-DRY water-repellent treatment to protect it from external moisture and condensation.
The vertical box baffles in the torso keep the extra down in position, the vertical baffles on the chest prevent the down moving, while the horizontal baffles on the lower part of the bag keeps the weight down. Heat loss is minimised by the draft tube through the zipper, and there is also a hood draft collar on this bag.
Providing a 2°C comfort rating and a -4°C lower limit, this bag is designed for cold sleepers or mild conditions. When weight and performance are a high priority, you can rely on the Flame Fm2 Sleeping Bag from Sea to Summit.
2°C comfort rating, -4°C lower limit
RDS certified 850+ Loft premium goose down
ULTRA-DRY 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 ½ zip with two sliders for access and ventilation
Wider at the hip and narrower at the shoulder with extra down overall
Compression bag and storage cell
Vertical box baffles in the torso, vertical baffles on the chest prevent down movement, sewn through horizontal baffle construction on the lower bag to minimise weight