Macpac Latitude XP Goose Down 700 Sleeping Bag - Standard


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Macpac Latitude XP Goose Down 700 Sleeping Bag - Standard

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Why we made this
Designed with performance and functionality in mind, the tapered semi-rectangular shape of the Latitude 700 optimises warmth and insulation.
  • Product Description
    The Latitude 700 XP is a versatile sleeping bag that's suitable for a wide range of adventures. Filled with premium 700 loft Responsible Down Standard (RDS) goose down encased in a breathable and water-resistant Pertex® Quantum Pro shell, the Latitude 700 will keep you comfortable in cold weather. Designed with performance and functionality in mind, the tapered semi-rectangular shape optimises warmth and insulation while providing more internal space than a traditional mummy-shaped sleeping bag.
  • Design features
    700 loft 90/10 Responsible Down Standard (RDS) goose down
    Pertex® Quantum Pro provides a high level of water resistance whilst remaining lightweight, soft and breathable
    Temperature ratings: comfort -6°C, limit -13°C, extreme -33°C
    Radial chest baffles prevent down migration for consistent warmth
    Semi-rectangular shape for more spacious comfort
    Full length side zip and foot zip for temperature control
    Twin chamber directional draft tube functionality — eliminates zip draft through unique design
    Inside zip pocket for keeping essentials close by
  • Product Specifications
    Outer FabricPertex® Quantum Pro
    Outer Fabric Weight (g/m2)58
    Outer Fabric Hydrostatic Head (mm)1000
    Inner Fabric100% Nylon
    Inner Fabric Weight (g/m2)49
    Fill Type90/10 RDS Goose Down
    Fill Power (cuin)700
    Fill Weight (g)700
    Temperature RatingComfort -6°C / Limit -13°C / Extreme -33°C
    DWRDWR (C6)
    Dimensions HxWxD (cm)41 x 22 (packed dimensions — subject to variability of compression)
    Weight (g)1322
  • Care
    To maintain loft store in a large mesh bag when not in use
    Consider the environment and wash by hand only when necessary in cool water using pure, non-detergent soap or Nikwax® Down Wash Direct®
    Do not machine wash
    Handle with care when wet – do not twist or wring your bag
    Rinse your bag several times then gently press out excess water
    Dry your bag on a cool setting in a commercial tumble dryer (with tennis balls) or lay on a flat surface to air dry (in shade) over several warm days
    While drying, periodically shake bag to gently break up clumps of down
    Avoid overexposure to direct sunlight
    Do not bleach, iron or dryclean
    Avoid overexposure to direct sunlight
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5.0 / 5.0
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I purchased this bag with high expectations and I was not disappointed ,this is one great bag ,is great in extreme conditions,if it has any faults at all it is that in warmer conditions its TO warm.
June 11, 2019
Great quality sleeping bag for sub-zero temps
I've been using this bag for over 3 years now. It's superbly warm in extreme (for Australia) conditions. I'm 185cm tall and there's plenty of room, maybe a bit of shuffling to move around, but I'd rather stay warm. I use it on top of a 10cm thick Exped Megamat in a swag and it's the most comfortable nights sleep, even comparing to home. At nearly 1.5kg, it's probably a little large for minimalist hiking but that's about it's only downside.
May 4, 2019
9+ years
We have had the Latitude XP 700 and 500 for 9 years plus. Used in the ALP's regularly hiking spring, summer winter snow camping. The added feature of zipping together makes for a cosy night in extreme weather.
Definitely worth the purchase.
April 29, 2019
So cozy
We camp up at Thredbo valley year round - for the bikes in summer and boarding/skiing in winter. I had been using a summer down bag, with another bag over the top and then a doona over that. Now I just use this bag. So comfortable, warm, quality build heaps of features. I am 5,7 and quite slim so even with all the room this bag affords I still stay warm and have room to move around. I tried to avoid spending money on a down bag for years because of the cost but I am so happy I did now. Got it on special for 500 odd. Totally worth it. Peace all and happy boarding/skiing/ hiking
July 8, 2017
Warm and versatile
I bought this sleeping bag 18 months and have been very happy with it in a variety of climatic situations. It is really well designed and the quality of manufacture is excellent. I tend to feel the cold but have been warm in this bag through a snowstorm (remote hiking in north west Tasmania) and during winter camping in the desert in central Australia. When the weather is milder, it is easy to unzip - just the feet (separate zip) or to use as a quilt. I really recommend this sleeping bag ☺
September 29, 2016
Top bag two thumbs up and 5 star
Have used this bag for the last year and am super impressed. Have woken up with snow outside the tent and have been warm. Went down south last winter and with an added liner the colder weather wasnt an issue. Top bag two thumbs up and 5 star
April 24, 2016
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what does the temperature rating mean? Why are their three temps? Temperature ratings: comfort -6°C, limit -13°C, extreme -33°C
darryl d on Sep 26, 2020
BEST ANSWER: You’ll be comfortable at -6, you’ll make it through the night but be cold at -13, at -33 it should hopefully keep you alive until morning ;)
Does this bag come with compression sack included ?
alison p on Nov 25, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hello Alison,

Yes it does.

Kind regards,
The Macpac Team
What are the dimensions of this bag? Is it suitable for a 6’2” male? How small does it pack down to? Does it come supplied with a compression sack? Interested to know if it is suitable for bikepacking (light weight and small(ish) volume.
Simon on May 1, 2019