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Wanderer Singe 0° Hooded Sleeping Bag $39.99 (Was $79.99) + Delivery ($0 C&C/ $99 Order) @ BCF

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Comfort rating of 0°C for cooler climates and transitional seasons
Lightweight and compact bag
Contoured hood for comfort
Performance 400gsm hollow fibre fill
Shell fabric: hard-wearing 179T polyester
Lining fabric: 160T polyester
Includes stuff sack for easy packing away
Open dimensions: L190cm + 30cm Hood x W80cm
Packed dimensions: L41cm x W24cm x H24cm
Product weight: 1.75kg

The Wanderer Singe Hooded Sleeping Bag has a temperature comfort rating of 0°C, making it perfect for cooler climates. The performance 400gsm hollow fibre polyester fill keeps it at the perfect temperature, and the comfortable lining gives you the ultimate night's sleep. A durable polyester shell keeps it durable for night after night, and the heavy duty zips ensure you can get in and out with ease - no matter the time of day or night. If you’re heading out for a summer festival or weekend camping trip, the Singe Hooded Sleeping Bag is a perfect fit.

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  • Also @BCF Wanderer Liteflame -2C Hooded Sleeping Bag $50 (was $150) A warmer, tapered bag - if stock is still available.

    • That looks a bit squeezy.

      • I've used both styles. But not these.
        Depends on your use.

        Have been hiking in snow areas over many years. A snug tapered bag is a real bonus.

        Tapered is much warmer design.
        There's no reason to have same width around feet as upper body. That doesn't keep you warmer. Usually saves weight & size when packed.

        Rectangular bag style is useful to zip open as quilt when not outdoors, or lie around on. And to zip together with another bag as a double. Kids bags are usually rectangular. A generalist's bag.

  • Washing/cleaning instructions: Is it machine washable, cold wash only, air dry only, etc?

    • I hope I’m not the only one who has never thought to wash my sleeping bags. Once they are rolled up I’ve never thought about them till next time… maybe I should think long and hard about this.

      • At the very least you should use an inner bag (liner) and wash that.

      • +1

        With good care & washing with recommended product, bags last.
        Ask in specialist store or do a search.

        Have a decades old (down) bag. Used overseas & on multiday mountain hikes. Used on mat in snow. Still in occasional use. Use a good down wash.

        Have a couple of synthetic bags for warmer climate use. Thrown through gentle cycle of washing machine, using a liquid wool wash, & carefully air dried.

        But a liner is recommended - makes bag warmer & stops dirt from campsite getting worn into bag. Great to get into a clean bag after a long day's hike.
        Got a cheap (easy to wash & dry) silk one on clearance. Weighs almost nothing.

        Once they are rolled up I’ve never thought about them till next time…

        I leave the bags out to air out, rather than stuff them away. Then into larger loose storage bags. Only go into tighter stuff sacks when packing for trip.

  • Any reviews of this??

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