Keep it simple on short trips away, without compromising on performance - thanks to the Trailhead Th3 Sleeping Bag from Sea to Summit.
The Trailhead features a unique WaveLoft construction that loops together thick layers of synthetic insulation to trap warm air and keep you cosy. This bag has a tapered rectangular shape allowing extra room in comparison to a traditional mummy bag. For a compressible and lightweight design, the shell is made from 30D DWR nylon while the 20D nylon lining attached prevents any tangling.
When the weather is warm, simply open the full-length side and foot zip for use as a quilt, or ventilate by opening the zip slider in the footbox. There’s nothing more annoying than your zipper getting caught - so the anti-snag, oversized zip draft tube puts that bother to bed. Its -1°C comfort rating and -7°C lower limit has this sleeping bag ideal for chillier nights out at the campsite.
When you want technical features bundled into an uncomplicated design, enjoy the Trailhead Th3 Sleeping Bag from Sea to Summit.
-1°C comfort rating and -7°C lower limit
Full-length side and foot zip allows the bag to be opened and used as a quilt
Second zip slider in the footbox provides extra ventilation and temperature adjustment
WaveLoft looped synthetic insulation
Lining fabrics are attached to the shell fabric to prevent tangles
Oversized zip draft tubes with anti-snag
Lightweight and compressible 30D DWR nylon shell and 20D nylon lining
Hi, does this pack away small enough to be suitable for hiking with in a 70l rucksack?
Arun - Sydney, NSW(9 months ago)
The Trailhead Th3 bag is a little on the larger and heavier side for a hiking sleeping bag. While you could use this one, most hikers tend to look at down bags, as they are a little lighter and more compact. I'd recommend checking out the Trek Tk2 instead.
Leece - Snowys(9 months ago)
HI, For an adult male, using this camping with minimum temperatures within the 5-10 celsius range, would this be too warm, or should I go for the Trailhead T2?....too many choices!
Adrian - Kew East, VIC(1 year ago)
Generally, you would pick a sleeping bag with a comfort temp of around 5 degrees lower than the coldest temp you expect to be in, if you are an average sleeper. If you are a cold sleeper, go 10 degrees lower. This is a good rule of thumb as a buffer to account for any other variables that may affect sleep. Based on this, if you are an average sleeper, the -1 bag would be a good choice.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Compressed size1 answer
Hi Snowys, I have a s2s compression sack in Medium I was wondering how small you can get it into one of those? Cheers
Ray - Oakleigh (3 years ago)
Sea to Summit list that the Regular length Thrailhead Th3 is designed to suit a Large or X-Large compression sack, so the Medium sack you've got will, unfortunately, be a little small for this bag. The minimum compressed volume is listed at 15-20L.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Hi Is this bag enough for the overland track in feb
Andrew - 4210(4 years ago)
The Trailhead Th3 has a comfort temperature of -1, so based on normal February conditions we'd say you should be ok, however, there has been snow reported at times on the Overland in Jan and Feb. One thing we'd suggest is just double checking the packed size and weight of this bag too - it's fairly bulky and heavy in comparison to most hiking bags we'd be comfortable recommending for a long hike like the overland. Most people will go for a down bag which will be lighter and more compressible for a similar temperature rating.