A simple and lightweight travel companion, the Sea to Summit Traveller Tr1 Sleeping Bag provides a versatile and lightweight sleep solution for adventures abroad.
Featuring a slightly tapered shape, you can cinch in the shoulder and foot drawcords to trap warmth, or unzip it to throw it over as a quilt when the weather calls for it. This bag has an ultra-lightweight 15D nylon shell with a sewn through quilted construction to minimise weight and keep the packed size tiny, and it’s filled with Sea to Summit's RDS certified Ultra-Dry Down which is easily compressible and provides warmth.
On your other adventures, the Traveller Tr1 can be used as a top quilt which will add more warmth to your sleeping set up and you can also zip two bags together to create 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.
14°C comfort rating, 10°C lower limit
750+ Loft Ultra-Dry Down provides superior insulation
Ultra-lightweight 15D Nylon shell minimizes weight and bulk
Full-length side zipper
Shoulder and foot drawcords
Sewn-through quilted construction to keep weight down
Can be opened up to use as a quilt
Includes compression sack and storage cell
Can be paired with another Traveller sleeping bag
Snowys Comfort Rating:
Max. User Height:
148 cm Chest | 134 cm Hip | 98 cm Foot
196L X 71W cm
18L x 10.5W cm
RDS 750+ Loft ULTRA−DRY Down™
#5 YKK | Zip Coupling Compatible with another Traveller only
Would this make a good bag to take on a long haul flight? I sleep very cold and often watched European backpackers take their tiny sleeping bags out of their carryons and get a toasty nights sleep while I shivered with an airplane blanket.so given the relative packed size (smaller than a 1 litre water bottle?) is this a good option or do you have a better suggestion that I haven’t found on the site yet? Thanks for your time
Adrienne - Blackwood, SA (3 months ago)
I guess the only real factor that makes a good bag for a long haul flight would ultimately be packed size, which this one ticks. It's a 14*c comfort bag, meaning it will really only keep you warm in 14-19 degrees, and anything less than that it won't be super-efficient. A quick google shows that planes on average have a consistent cabin temp or 20ish degrees - it just feels colder at night - so this sleeping bag should do the trick.
Lauren - Snowys(3 months ago)
Joining bags1 answer
Hello, if you want to join two travelers together, do you need to buy a LH and RH zipper model? I notice you only stock LH models. Thanks.
Christo - 2350(2 years ago)
The Sea to Summit Traveller series does not have different zip orientations. If you want to join two Traveller bags together you fully unzip them both and lay them on top of each other like a sandwich and the zips couple around the outside. Hope that makes sense!