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Mont Down Sleeping Bags Fit For Everyone

March 25, 2015

Mont Down Sleeping Bags Fit For Everyone

Mont Sleeping Bags are available in 3 sizes allowing almost anyone to find a sleeping bag right for them.

Standard Sleeping Bags with a generous diameter and length.
Women’s models that are slimmer throughout with a shorter length saving both weight and bulk.
Extra Large with extra shoulder width and length.

Standard
Maximum user height: 185cm
Maximum user shoulder circumference: 160cm

Women’s
Maximum user height: 170cm
Maximum user shoulder circumference: 155cm

Extra Large
Maximum user height: 200cm
Maximum user shoulder circumference: 170cm

Extra Extra Large
Maximum user height: 200cm
Maximum user shoulder circumference: 176cm

Available in Left and Right Zip
Many Mont Sleeping Bags are available with either Left or Right Zips ensuring ease of use and function for left and right handed people. In addition, Left and Right Zip Mont Sleeping Bags can be joined to one another.

A Sleeping bag for two
Nearly all Mont Sleeping Bags with opposite zips are able to be zipped together, quickly and easily creating a sleeping bag for two.

Even Standard and Extra Large Mont Sleeping Bags will easily zip to each other because of a uniform length and gauge of side zips.

A Mont Women’s Bag will zip to another Women’s Bag and also to any Standard or Extra Large with only a small section of unattached zip on the larger bag, as seen below.

Mont Geehi and Brindabella Sleeping Bags Joined
A Right Zip Women’s Ossa joined with a Left Zip Standard Geehi Sleeping Bag.

Geehi-Ossa-joined-CU

If you intend on zipping two Mont Sleeping Bags together, new to new or new to old, we suggest checking prior to purchase that they zip together correctly as zip production can vary slightly over time. Mont uses only YKK brand zips on all Mont products, the most reliable zips available.
 
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