2011 Model No Longer Available
Mountain Hardwear Flip Sleeping Bag: 35/50 Degree Synthetic - 2011 BCS
Your tent or shelter may not have a thermostat, but the Mountain Hardwear Flip 35/50 Sleeping Bag lets you customize your level of insulation to match the mild or cool weather. The roomy, semi-rectangular bag's sides feature two different levels of synthetic insulation; one warm-weather side rated for 50 degrees Fahrenheit and one cool-weather side rated for temperatures down to 35F. All you have to do is flip it.
- Four inches of lofty Thermic MX insulation are arranged in an off-set quilt design to reduce cold spots and loss of heat
- Polyester lining breathes well and dries quickly
- Can be unzipped flat and used as a blanket or zipped together with another rectangular bag (sold separately)
- Adjustable top drawcord tightens the bag during chilly nights
- A zippered chest pocket stores a headlamp or other small essential items
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April 29, 2013
I used this bag on a week long hike/fly fishing trip. Temp dumped into the upper 20's. I was in a hammock with an under quilt and the flip. I was wearing a set of of good long johns. I was toasty and warm almost too warm. Well worth the money. Light and packs down fairly small.
- [shell] 50D nylon taffeta; [lining] 50D polyester taffeta
- Thermic MX
- Draft Collar:
- Max User Height:
- 6 feet
- Shoulder Circumference:
- 62 inches
- Hip Circumference:
- 58 inches
- Foot Circumference:
- 38 inches
- Stuff Size:
- 7 x 15 inches
- Stuff Sack:
- Bag Length:
- [78 inches]
- (Depending on side) 35 fahrenheit, 50 fahrenheit
- 2 lbs 15 oz
- Recommended Use:
- camping, backpacking, warm weather camping, RVing
- Manufacturer Warranty: