Traveller Sleeping Bag & Blanket 50º
Compact, light and packable + unzips into a blanket
14.8oz | 420g
This aptly named sleeping bag and down blanket is the traveler's best friend. Whether you are on a summer bike tour, or a hut trip, or couch surfing, or simply stuck at an airport or ferry terminal, the Traveller unpacks from an almost impossibly small compression sack to reveal a rectangular sleeping bag which can also unzip to form a blanket.
Two different fill weights of 750+ loft RDS-certified ULTRA DRY Down are available: both models feature a drawcord foot box which cinches tight for warmth or opens for ventilation.
- ULTRA-DRY Down 750+ Loft 90% Down Cluster Premium Duck Down certified Responsible Down Standard (RDS)
- Baffle Construction: Traveller 50°F has sewn-through construction; 30°F has full horizontal baffles
- Form a double sleeping bag by using the YKK® #3 zipper to zip two Travellers sleeping bags together
- Cut with a slight taper to save weight and maximize thermal performance
- Shoulder and foot drawcords
- Includes lightweight Ultra-Sil compression bag and a storage cell
- BEST USE Ultralight Backpacking
- COMES WITH Water-resistant Ultra-Sil™ Compression Sack and Storage Cube
- INSULATION Ultra-Dry Down 750+ Loft
- SHELL FABRIC Ultralight 15D Nylon Shell
- ZIP OPTIONS Full length zipper, bag can be coupled. Drawcord foot box. Unzip fully to use as blanket.
|BAG SERIES||Traveller 1|
|BAG WEIGHT||14.8 oz|
|COMPRESSED VOL (ASTM STANDARD)||1.6 L|
|FILL WEIGHT||7.1 oz|
|FITS UP TO HEIGHT||6 ft|
Be used in cooler temperatures?
Only with the addition of a Reactor Thermal Liner. The Traveller 30°F paired with a Reactor would take this down to a couple of degrees below freezing. Realistically we recommend one of our cold weather sleeping bags for colder conditions.
Zip to another Traveller?
Yes. All Travellers have left zippers; to couple two together simply turn one of the two inside out.
Be used as a sleeping bag liner?
Yes. You could use the Traveller 30°F, or even the 50°F to boost the performance of a bag for cold-weather use. Adding one of these to a 20°F bag might make more sense than buying a 10°F bag for occasional winter use.