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Palm Passport Sleeping Bag (-5°)

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The Roman Palm Passport is compact, lightweight and reliable. It is every backpackers dream sleeping bag with its high quality lightweight materials which ensure maximum temperature to weight ratio while remaining breathable and compact.

It’s features such as extra fill around the feet and the anti-snag system to stop zippers getting caught that truly make this bag stand out from the “me toos”.

  • Rated to -5 Deg C
  • Independently European Norm (EN) tested to ensure temperature ratings are accurate
  • Middle Layer Thermaspace liner constructed with an advanced insulation technology  is lightweight and breathable, reflects heat inside the bag to prevent body heat loss and maintain desired warmth rating.
  • Fill: Insufil Thermo – Top of bag 220g m2, Bottom of bag 180g m2, Feet top of bag 260g m2, Feet bottom of bag 220g m2
  • Outer: 40D/280T Nylon Diamond Ripstop to minimise wear and tear
  • Inner: 75D/210T Microweave Fibre for soft touch comfort
  • Compression bag for space saving during trek or travel.
  • Tapered shaped for extra warmth around the feet and legs
  • Full zipper to allow bag to be used as a blanket
  • Curved Hood for complete closure
  • Available in left and right to join bags together
  • Anti-snag SBS zippers
  • Hanging loops for drying or airing
Snowys Code:
41140-P
Supplier Code:
SCHP6-12
Comfort Temp. Rating:
-5 °C
Shape:
Tapered
Max. User Height:
185 cm
Internal Girth:
140 cm Chest |100 cm Foot
External Dimensions:
210L x 75W cm
Packed Dimensions:
32L x 20W x 20H cm
Material:
40D/280T Ripstop Nylon
Lining:
75D/210T SILK-Tex Micro Weave pongee
Fill Material:
Insulfil Thermo® with Thermaspace®
Zipper:
Double Anti Snag SBS®
Weight:
1.6 Kg
Suggested Use:
Camping | Hiking
Warranty:
1 Year
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Jul 15 2016

Quality

Just received this sleeping bag today, 3 days on the road to travel 1700 klm, the fastest delivery I have ever had. Testing as I type in my hootchi, it is -6 and I am toasty warm, it is projected to go to -7 I don't think I will have a problem.THANK YOU SSSNOWYS!

- BUNDARRA, NSW
Jun 13 2016

Goods value for money and good even for cold sleepers

I am super impressed with this bag. I am a very cold sleeper, and I was comfortable in -4.4 with apparent temperature of -7.0 in Canberra ! So it does what it says on the label. It took me a couple of nights to get used to the zipper to prevent snagging as it's been years since I have gone camping. yes it's not as a compact or as light as a down bag but for the money and its performance it's worth the extra weight and it's not that big.

- NEWCASTLE, NSW
Apr 07 2016

Palm Passport

This is arguably a very good product for the price. The only annoying thing is the bag container. I bought one of these a year or two ago and the one just purchased (Mar 2016) has a smaller storage bag. It is quite challenging to stuff the sleeping bad into it. So, why make the container smaller?.. to make it appear smaller, or save a fraction of a cent in material? Frustrating for the user when packing up - unpacking.

- SYDNEY, NSW
Response from Snowys Apr 08 2016

Thanks for posting your feedback Trevor! I totally understand how frustrating it can be stuffing a sleeping bag back into its bag - as would most. As this bag is designed for hiking trips, Roman wanted the packed size to be as compact as possible, so it won't take up much space in your backpack. A handy tip - just stuff the bag in then tighten the straps, avoid rolling it up and neatly placing it in. I hope this helps :)

Is this sleeping bag suitable for hiking overland track Tasmania end of June/July 20161 answers

sleeping in tents

- MCCRAE, VIC(6 months ago)
Hi Carolyn, I think that this sleeping bag is not going to be warm enough for the Overland Track in the middle of winter. You should consider one of the Sea to Summit down bags - I would suggest something in the -15 degree range to make sure that you get a good nights sleep. Also look at the comfort rating - for example the Sea to Summit Talus TSIII is -17 lower limit, -9 comfort. I hope this helps, if you'd like to discuss further feel free to give us a call!
- Snowys(6 months ago)

Stuff sack1 answers

I need a replacement stuff sack As I lost mine. What size do I need for this bag?

- MAYFIELD EAST, NSW(9 months ago)
Hey Jack, from the Sea To Summit range you'e need either a small or medium compression sack. The small will be a tight fit and you'll need to put a bit of muscle into packing your sleeping bag into it, whilst the medium will accommodate the bag comfortably.
- Snowys(9 months ago)

If I buy two of these can I join them to make a double?1 answers

- St Kilda(1 year ago)
You certainly can Blair, as a general rule if two bags have been ordered we will send one left and one right handed zipper so you can join them, but feel free to call us once your order is placed to ensure you are delivered alternate sided sips.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA

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