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Macpac Escapade Down 150 Sleeping Bag — Standard

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Macpac Escapade Down 150 Sleeping Bag — Standard

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This lightweight down sleeping bag is ideal for camping in warm climates or lining your regular sleeping bag in cold climates.
  • Product Description
    Ideal for warmer climates, the Escapade 150 makes a great summer sleeping bag — or alternatively it can be used as an extra down 'liner bag' for cold weather. Filled with 600 loft Responsible Down Standard (RDS) duck down and protected with a Pertex® Quantum outer shell for weather resistance and breathability, the Escapade 150 offers great comfort and versatility. Perfect for summer camping or travelling, this cosy down bag is able to be unzipped and used as a duvet for family-friendly and indoor functionality.
  • Design features
    600 loft 80/20 Responsible Down Standard (RDS) duck down
    Pertex® Quantum fabric provides water and wind resistance whilst remaining lightweight and soft
    Temperature ratings: comfort 20°C, limit 17°C, extreme 9°C
    Sewn through baffles minimise weight and bulk
    Continuous baffles for strategic down placement to improve comfort
    Full length side zip extends around foot box for temperature control
    Soft touch dome closures
    Capable of converting to a duvet for indoor functionality
  • Product Specifications
    Outer FabricPertex® Quantum 100% Nylon
    Outer Fabric Weight (g/m2)52
    Inner Fabric100% Nylon
    Inner Fabric Weight (g/m2)49
    Fill Type80/20 RDS Duck Down
    Fill Power (cuin)600
    Fill Weight (g)150
    Temperature RatingComfort 20°C / Limit 17°C / Extreme 9°C
    DWRDWR (C6)
    Dimensions HxWxD (cm)21 x 13 (packed dimensions — subject to variability of compression)
    Weight (g)526
  • 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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Great liner for colder weather and standalone bag for summer.
Ought this a couple of years ago to use as a liner to add a season to turn my 2-season bag into something that’ll manage autumn under a tarp and winter in a hut. It’s perfect. Also found I use it over the summer for bikepacking when I know I’ll be sleeping inside. It packs so small and light, and can be opened as a blanket.
June 12, 2020
As Advertised
I was looking for a lightweight and compact sleeping bag and that is what the 150 is.
I run hot and normally find most bags too warm.
I've only used it once so far but was comfortable in it on a mild late autumn night.
May 11, 2020
Good for summer camping
Packs very small and great for summer camping.
March 24, 2020
Purchased
5 months ago
Perfect fit for purpose
Perfect for camping and travels in the summer months, northern Australia any time and as a simple doona when car camping.
Nice one
January 31, 2020
Purchased
6 months ago
Update to review
Updating my review of a few years ago.

I spent 67 nights with the "150" serving as my sole sleeping bag over Autumn and Winter in Rockhampton this year. The days were hot but the nights were cool (averaging around 11 degrees).

Despite conditions being 10 degrees below the bag's temperature rating, I remained warm and comfortable with naught else but a silk liner. Daily airing was necessary to remove moisture from the down, and the bag needed a good washing when I returned to Hobart, but it subsequently lofted good as new.

Ian
October 17, 2019
A good liner
I purchased the escapade 150 two years ago specifically to use as a liner for my normal down bag for those nights when the temperature drops well below zero (my other bag is rated to -6 degrees). I've subsequently used the combination during walks in both Tasmania and the Victorian high country, and I'd estimate the escapade 150 adds around 7 degrees of warmth, which is great. I've also slept in the '150' by itself several times during milder weather, and I've always been comfortable.
April 1, 2016
Versatile
I've been after a lightweight summer bag for a while, and picked up an Escapade on sale.

I'm a warm sleeper, and about the only time I haven't overheated in my 3+ season bag was sleeping in huts in snow. I find this bag plenty warm enough for most 3-season conditions with a silk liner; it also zips into a rectangular blanket that works well for warm temperatures.

I intended to also use it as a liner to boost the warmth of my 3+ season bag for snow trips, but suspect it might be a bit too warm.

The rectangular design with no hood make it a bit more versatile than an ultra-light mummy bag, as it can be zipped out into a rectangular blanket.
November 28, 2015
Great Product
Ive had the opportunity to have this as my go to lightweight sleeping bag for tramping over a few seasons. Fine for camping in summer or staying in huts..and with the addition of a thermal liner ok even in winter. If you want a very lightweight bag, packable down to the size of a grapefruit then I would highly recommend this one
September 17, 2014
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Is it possible to zip two of these together to make a double sleeping bag?
James B on Dec 24, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This should be fine James - just make sure you buy 1 x Left Hand Zip (LHZ) - 1 x Right Hand Zip (RHZ)

Thanks the Macpac Team
Difference between the Rhz and Lhz ?
Deana C on Aug 7, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Good question Deana, RHZ - right hand zip / LHZ - left hand zip. Personally preference really. Thanks the Macpac Team
Do you have a picture of it in its stuff sack with something beside it for reference of packed size?
Minitraveller on Apr 27, 2019