Macpac Aspire 360 Sleeping Bag — Standard
Why we made this
Designed for camping in comfort, the Aspire is a technical synthetic sleeping bag with a tapered, semi-rectangular shape.
Get ready to go camping with the Aspire sleeping bag range — a premium range of technical synthetic sleeping bags, the Aspire has a tapered, semi-rectangular shape to balance warmth with comfort. The nylon ripstop outer fabric is treated with a water resistant finish, while double layers of synthetic insulation help to keep you cosy and warm. This bag has a draw cord hood with a collar and an internal draft tube running down the length of the zip to help prevent warm air escaping. Easy care and well suited to camping in wet conditions, this synthetic sleeping bag is perfect for summer road trips and camping holidays at the beach. This sleeping bag is in our standard size.
Nylon ripstop outer fabric with water-resistant finish
Synthetic insulation is 100% polyester — two layers top and bottom
Tapered, semi-rectangular shape with diamond-shaped baffles
Draw cord hood with collar
Draft tube to reduce heat loss through zip
Includes compression sack
Inner Fabric 100% Nylon Taffeta Inner Fabric Weight (g/m2) 36 Fill Type 100% Polyester Microfibre Fill Weight (g) Top: 180 g x 2; bottom: 140 g x 2 Temperature Rating Comfort -1°C, Limit -7°C, Extreme -25°C (ISO 23537-1 tested STD size) Main Fabric 100% Nylon Ripstop Main Fabric Weight (g/m2) 35 DWR WR (C6) Dimensions HxWxD (cm) Dimensions: L219 x W81 (cm)
Packed Dimensions: L39 x W23 (cm) — subject to further compressibility
Weight (g) 1623 g (STD)
Consider the environment — wash only as necessary in cold water
Handle with care when wet
Thoroughly rinse out your bag then gently press out excess water
Line dry (or lay flat to dry) in shade
Avoid overexposure to direct sunlight
Do not bleach, iron or dryclean
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Could you explain the left and right hand zip options? Does LHZ mean the zip is on the left (therefore for right handers) or otherwise?
BEST ANSWER: Hi Caroline, yes this refers to Left Hand Zip or Right Hand Zip. Just a preference thing really. Worth considering if you are in a small tent, and say the entrance zip was on the left hand or right hand side.
Thanks the Macpac Team
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