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Down Sleeping Bags

We have built the pyramids, split the atom, and been to the moon, yet the humble down cluster from geese and ducks remains the best insulating material that we have. Read more

Fireflash

From $575.00
Good Night's Sleep:
-15°C/5°F
  • Me-01318 Ombre Blue
Plasma™ 10D outer shell is incredibly light and exceptionally breathable
The warmest of our lightest bags. Perfect for going fast and light in the mountains.

Glacier 700 Women's

From $475.00
Good Night's Sleep:
-13°C/9°F
  • Me-01131 Foxglove
DRILITE® LOFT II™ outer shell is lightweight, breathable and water resistant
A warm and generously sized sleeping bag well suited to longer tent-based treks and those seeking out higher Himalayan passes.

Helium 400 XXL

$355.00
Good Night's Sleep:
-5°C/23°F
  • Me-01286 Cosmos
HELIUM™ 20D outer shell is very light and highly breathable
The ‘gran turismo' of the Helium range. Wider and longer and offering exceptional comfort and performance for long-distance backpacking and trekking.

Helium 600

From $369.00
Good Night's Sleep:
-10°C/14°F
  • Me-01286 Cosmos
HELIUM™ 20 outer shell is very light and highly breathable
Low in weight and warm enough for early Spring and late Autumn use at higher altitudes or Northern latitudes.

Helium 600 Women's

From $369.00
Good Night's Sleep:
-8°C/18°F
  • Me-01297 Blackberry
HELIUM™ 20 outer shell is very light and highly breathable
Low in weight and warm enough for early Spring and late Autumn use at higher altitudes or Northern latitudes.

Down Sleeping Bags

We have built the pyramids, split the atom, and been to the moon, yet the humble down cluster from geese and ducks remains the best insulating material that we have.

It is more compressible, longer-lasting, and offers better warmth for its weight than any other fibrous insulation.Despite the amazing natural properties of down, if it is not used in the right amounts or not carefully controlled in the right places even the most exceptional down can be practically useless. If a baffle is too big or filled with too little down then down will move around and offer reduced efficiency and contribute to additional weight for no benefit. Conversely, if a baffle is too small or filled with too much down then it cannot loft properly, again offering reduced thermal efficiency. We have invested significant time in laboratory testing, field testing and extensive prototyping to optimise the down density across our range of bags, and in each baffle in every bag. Each bag has been optimised not just for thermal performance, but for compression resistance, migration control, comfort, and longevity. Go back to the top