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Description

One of the lightest long size bags in the world at 505 grams. The Traveller has been sized as a comfortable solo sleeping bag or zipped out as a quilt to share. It weighs very little and packs down small, leaving plenty of room in the rucksack, or to be left in the back of the car for unplanned bivys.
 

ULTRA-DRY Down™ protection and warmth in a minimalist package. Filled with 750+ loft Ultra-Dry Goose Down it has been optimised as a summer outdoor bag, a year round indoor bag, or as a booster over a bed or other sleeping bag. The fully opening zip can be used to zip to another Traveller for times when you’re not travelling alone. The Large will comfortably fit two people when used as a blanket.


The Traveller has been cut with a slight taper to save weight, warmth and bulk without adversely effecting the usable blanket area. The drawcord foot and collar can be closed to seal in heat and create a mummy shaped bag - The Traveller is an incredibly versatile sleeping bag. Ultra-Dry Down ensures the bag will stay dry and last longer, which makes it very robust.
 

The reversible shell can be used Charcoal or Ocean colour side out.

 

Features:
 

• Sleeping bag weight Reg: 410g, Long: 505g

• 750+ loft Ultra-Dry Goose Down fill weight: Reg: 200g, Long: 250g

• Excellent price point for travel market

• 50/50 fill ratio (equal amounts of down top and bottom)

• Sized as a comfortable sleeping bag or double blanket

• Slight tapered cut to save weight, warmth and bulk

• Full length #3 YKK side zip is lightweight

• Draw cord foot and collar to trap heat and create a mummy shaped bag

• Sewn through quilted construction to keep weight down

• 15D nylon soft touch, high density weave lining

• Comes with Sea to Summit’s Pack, Store, Wash system: 30D Ultra-sil micro compression

sack, mini storage cell and small wash bag

Suggested use: Travel; Ultra lightweight trekking; Hiking; Camping; Cycle touring; Liner bag
Season ratings:  Indoor, Summer, Spring/Autumn


 

Down: ULTRA-DRY Down™ 750+ Loft 90/10 European Goose Down
Compressed volume*: Regular 1.55L; Large 1.89L
Compression bag: Regular XXXS – 2.5 to 1L; Large XXS  – 3.3 to 1.3L
Packed size: approx 24 x 12cm
Size
long to 195cm tall, chest circumference 155cm, hip 136cm and foot 96cm

Fill weight: Regular 200g | 7.1oz
  Large 250g | 8.8oz
Bag weight: Regular 389g | 13.7oz
  Large 475 | 16.8oz
 

 

"There are times on the road when taking a regular sleeping bag is just on thing too much but going without limits your options. It is precisely with this dilemma in mind that we created the Traveller series. The light but cosy Traveller is an excellent option when city-hopping or when sharing a bag is on the cards." Tim Macartney-Snape


TECHNICAL INFORMATION:

ULTRA-DRY Down™

• Repels moisture
• Retains loft
• Dries faster
• Anti-bacterial and anti-microbial
• Prolongs the life of your sleeping bag

In a world of technical brilliance it is remarkable that the performance of certain natural products have not been surpassed. Despite advances in modern fibre technology, down is still the best insulator warmth for weight, and is also the most durable sleeping bag insulation.

The problem with down is its vulnerability to water; moisture decreases the ability of the down to loft to its full potential and insulate, decreasing the warmth of your sleeping bag. Once down is damp or wet, it also takes a long time for it to dry out and effectively insulate again.

With the introduction of water-repellent ULTRA-DRY Down™ we have virtually eliminated the negative effects that moisture has on down. The ULTRA-DRY Down™ water-repellent treatment protects the down from external moisture and internal condensation.

ULTRA-DRY Down™ is a permanent* Nano-level water repellent polymer treatment applied to our high loft, high quality down. The Nano-thin treatment vastly improves our down’s reaction to water without effecting its weight or loft performance. ULTRA-DRY Down™ retains over 60% more loft and absorbs 30% less moisture when compared with untreated down. Sea to Summit sleeping bags dry out 60% faster than bags with untreated down.

The Nano-level treatment also inhibits bacterial and microbial growth, which makes Sea to Summit sleeping bags more hygienic and improves their lifespan.
Sea to Summit sleeping bags, using ULTRA-DRY Down™ in combination with our already formidable 2D- and 3D-NanoShell™ system give you the best chance of sleeping warm and dry, day in day out throughout the worst of conditions.

With these technologies combined there is simply no reason to choose any other insulation or shell for your sleeping bag.

*No loss of treatment effect has been seen in over 14 wash cycles.

Loft
Loft is the volume for a given weight of down. It is used to describe the quality of down, relating directly to the insulating performance. High loft down is warmer for a given weight than low loft down. Higher lofting down will fill a larger volume of space for a given weight. As a result, less down weight is required to fill each baffle in a sleeping bag. This translates to a lighter sleeping bag. The most common measure of loft is called Fill Power. 850 Fill Power implies that one ounce of this down will loft to fill a volume of 850in3.

750+ Loft Goose Down
750+ Fill Power (Loft) Goose Down provides the highest insulation for its weight and will last the longest. Sea to Summit 750+ Loft series bags are all filled with Eastern European Mother Goose 750+ loft down. Eastern European Goose Down is well renowned for its high quality, achieving the best loft, with the largest clusters that are strong and resilient, lasting for years.


Down Certification

All Sea to Summit sleeping bags are sold with an International Down Feather Laboratory (IDFL) certificate that identifies the exact Fill Power of the down used.
We guarantee our sleeping bags are filled with premium down that exceeds the stated Fill Power in accordance to the International Down Feather Bureau (IDFB) standard.


EN13537 Temperature Rating System

EN13537 is a European standard for sleeping bag temperature ratings.

Everyone sleeps differently; some people are very warm sleepers while others feel the cold easily. There are many factors that affect your warmth and comfort in a sleeping bag. An important factor is that you use a good insulating mat, so your body heat isn’t drawn into the cold ground you are sleeping on. Other factors include your tent or shelter, gender and metabolism, clothing, sleeping bag liner, use of the hood and your daily calorie intake.

Although the EN13537 standard does not identify a single precise temperature a tested sleeping bag is suitable for, it does provide an industry standardised temperature range that a typical user can refer to as a guide for the conditions their bag will be most comfortable in. 

The EN13537 standard provides three temperature levels to guide a consumer in their choice 

Comfort - the temperature at which a standard woman can expect to sleep comfortably in a relaxed position. If you consider yourself a cold sleeper use this rating to decide the coldest temperature the sleeping bag is suitable for.

Lower Limit - the temperature at which a standard man can sleep for eight hours in a curled position without waking. If you consider yourself a warm sleeper you can use this rating to decide the coldest temperature the sleeping bag is suitable for.

Extreme - this is a survival only rating for a standard woman. Between the lower limit and the extreme rating a strong sensation of cold has to be expected and there is a risk of health damage due to hypothermia. This is an extreme survival rating only, we do not recommend you rely on this rating for general use.

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