The OZtrail Jindabyne -6 Sleeping Bag is the superior sack for starry nights in the outback!
While those who rough it rural aren’t wrapped in cotton wool, a removable fleece liner adds comfort and warmth in temperatures reaching -6 degrees. Internal pockets keep the knick-knacks close to your chest, a Velcro closure at the head of the zip keeps the bag closed despite an open zipper – and snuggle down into sweet dreams with no resistance, thanks to an anti-snag webbing and draft tube integrated into the zipper.
With a soft-sounding and soft-to-touch brushed polyester outer, a 100% cotton flannel inner, and a contoured hood – sleep soundly in hushed, home-like comfort. Its 80% recycled fill construction packs compactly into a 4-way compression stuff sack for ease, convenience, and superior portability too, while hanging loops make for easy airing after washing.
The Jindabyne -6 Sleeping Bag by OZtrail is designed for those sublime outback slumbers.
Low-noise, soft-to-touch brushed polyester outer
100% cotton flannel inner for warmth
Removable fleece liner for added comfort and warmth
80% recycled fill (equivalent to 68 plastic bottles)
Contoured hood and roll-over chest cuff for comfort
Anti-snag webbing and draft tube integrated into zipper line
Velcro at top of zip to allow closure even when the zip is open
Hi there, does this model come with the zip on the left too? Thanks, Sarah
Sarah - Bronte, NSW(8 months ago)
No, it doesn't. There's no left or right hand zip versions on this bag, unfortunately. If zip orientation is an important factor for you, check out the Oztent Rivergum, it's a similar bag in both appearance and performance - check it out here.
Lauren - Snowys(8 months ago)
Comparison - warmth and comfort1 answer
Hi Snowy's! How does this sleeping bag compare with the Coleman Pilbara?
Tam - Canberra, ACT(10 months ago)
The Jindabyne is new in the range, so we don't have anything to go off performance-wise other than the specifications at this stage. Based purely off specifications, the Jindabyne is the warmer of the two both with and without the liner. Comfort seems on par, with the Jindabyne being abit more weighty. The Pilbara has the advantage of no hood, which means if you want to you can open it up like a blanket/quilt without haveing to manage a random flap of material off one section.