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Badger MF
Badger MF

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  • 5 1/4" Spacing/Continuous Baffles
  • 66"/41" Shoulder/Foot Girth
  • Full Down Collar
  • 6" Loft, 15° F
  • 23 oz. Down Fill
  • 2 lbs. 8 oz. Total Weight

Don't let a little claustrophobia keep you from getting into a mummy bag. The Badger is a vast 66" wide at the shoulder and 41" at the foot. The girth is kept in line with a warm down filled collar that provides a formidable barrier preventing convective heat loss. Its draft tube is stoutly filled and protected from zipper jams by a Dacron™ stiffener. The hood is cut large and fills around your face without having to be cinched tight. You get the comfort of a large volume bag in weather resistant MicroLite XP™ fabric while 23 oz. of 850+ down keeps this bag lofted to 6".

Shape Size
(ft/in)
Rating Loft
(in)
Inside Girth
shdr/hip/foot (in)
Fill Wt. Total Wt. Stuff size
(in)
Sac Size
Mummy 6'0" 15° F 6" 66"/57"/41" 23 oz 2 lb 6 oz 8 x 17 M
(w/ full collar)  6'6" 15° F 6" 67"/58"/41 25 oz 2 lb 8 oz 8 x 17 M
  7" 15° F 6" 67"/58"/41 27 oz 2 lb 10 oz 8 x 17 M
Shape Size
(cm)
Rating Loft (cm)
Inside Girth
shldr/hip/foot (cm)
Fill Wt. Total Wt. Stuff size
(cm)
Sac Size
Mummy 180 -10°C 15 168/145/104 650 g 1075 g 20 x 43 M
(w/ full collar) 200 -10°C 15 170/147/104 705 g 1135 g 20 x 43 M
  215 -10°C 15 170/147/104 765 g 1190 g 20 x 43 M


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