A simple and lightweight travel companion, the Sea to Summit Traveller Tr1 Sleeping bag is an ideal addition to your travel kit providing a versatile and lightweight sleep solution for adventures abroad.
Made with a lightweight 15D nylon shell and filled with Sea To Summit's ultra-dry down, the Traveller Tr1 features a full-length side zip and drawstrings at both ends so it can be used as either a bag or blanket.
The simple design means the zipper can be used on the left or right side, and two bags can be zipped together creating a lightweight sack for two. The Traveller Tr1 sleeping bag is as useful travelling as it is on lightweight treks, summer camping, cycle touring or as a liner to increase the warmth of your existing bag.
Extremely happy with this quilt, partnered with a good liner and it works very well.
Very happy with bag, havnt used as yet, ver efficient service and delivery thanks.
I took this on the Camino in Spain, July 2016 and it was perfect. I've used it in temperatures around 5degrees overnight and I've been cold but it's perfect for what it's supposed to do.
We used our 2 x TR1's on our Camino de Santiago trip (900km walking across Spain and then to the coast).
Light enough to carry, but warm enough for the cool nights in some of the albergue's along the way.
Hi Snowy's, can you please tell me if your down is certified cruelty free (and give details of the certification scheme if so)? If not, I hope you will please consider introducing this, so that we can get a good night's sleep in your sleeping bags and not be thinking about the misery of the ducks that provided the down. Thanks!
I've just had a chat to Sea to Summit and all of their down sleeping bags, including the Traveller TR1 Sleeping Bag, are certified cruelty free using the Responsible Down Standard (RDS).
G'Day, I see you have previous customers who used this on a Camino so thought I would ask. Our family (2 children 9 and 12) plans to do Camino Frances in late Oct in Spain. Wanting to keep weight down with this bag, do you think it will it be warm enough with wool thermals worn underneath?
This is always a tough question to answer as there are so many variables not just involving the sleeping bag itself, but also personal body warmth, additional insulation available (sleeping mats) and the performance of other equipment (thermals). The advice I can offer is that the bag has been rated to 14C and if you think with the addition of your thermals, this will get you to a comfortable temperature, then go for it. Unfortunately, whenever you look to reduce weight, it means your dropping insulation which will always affect warmth... that's the unfortunate catch.
Does the zip go right to the bottom so that you can use it as a blanket for 2 people?
Yes is does Catherine, you can fully open this bag to use it as a blanket, or to zip two of the sleeping bags together :)
Hi Guys I am right on 183 cm tall which makes it hard to decide on size, can you please advise the lenght of the actual bag for the regular so I can decide if it suits me?
Wayne - did you end up getting regular or large? Im also 183cm (78kg)
Hi Sam I bought the large which was good as you loose a lot of space when you crimp the bottom closed and can still sleep with straight legs if required. Either one would be useable though. Wayne
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