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Therm-A-Rest | Questar 20F/-6C Balsam – Sleeping Bag, Long 🏕️

Therm-A-Rest | Questar 20F/-6C Balsam – Sleeping Bag, Long 🏕️

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The Therm-a-Rest Questar 20F/-6C sleeping bag is ready for your life’s adventures. It accommodates three different seasons, from spring to fall, and even in chilly temperatures. This sleeping bag features high-quality 650 Fill Nikwax Hydrophobic Down insulation. Thanks to the treatment of the insulation, it repels water and keeps you warm. The Toe-asis footbox rapidly warms your cold toes once you slide into the sleeping bag. Rest easy during your hikes with Therm-a-Rest sleeping bags, equipped with straps to keep your sleeping pad securely in place.

Color: Balsam (grey-green)
Recommended maximum user height: 198 cm
Weight: 1120 g
Dimensions: 84 x 215 cm (regular)
Circumference: 168 cm (shoulders), 163 cm (hip), 130 cm (foot box)
Packed dimensions: 19 x 23 cm
Comfort temperature (women): 0 °C
Limit temperature (men): -6 °C
Extreme temperature: -23 °C
Shell material: 20D Polyester w/ DWR
Lining material: 20D Polyester Taffeta
Insulation: 650 Fill Duck Nikwax Hydrophobic Down RDS (fill weight 610 g)
Left-hand zipper
The comfort temperature of the sleeping bag refers to the lowest comfortable sleeping temperature. The comfort temperature is indicative and varies due to different individual tolerances. The comfort temperature is also referred to as the women’s temperature because, on average, women tend to feel colder. The limit temperature means you can still sleep comfortably if you have a proper sleeping pad, have eaten adequately, and can endure cold temperatures similar to an average person. The extreme temperature signifies the lowest temperature at which a person can survive overnight in a sleeping bag. Sleeping in extreme temperatures is intermittent, and a sleeping bag should not be selected solely based on this temperature. Comfort and warmth while sleeping in a sleeping bag can be enhanced by using a proper sleeping pad, a liner, and preventing drafts and moisture accumulation in the sleeping area. Adequate fluid and energy intake also help to stay warm.

It is recommended to pack the sleeping bag by stuffing it into its protective sack. When storing for extended periods, it’s advisable to air out the sleeping bag for a day to maintain the heat retention capacity of the materials. After use, always allow the sleeping bag to dry before storage.