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New Brindabella XT & Spindrift XT sleeping bags

August 08, 2019

New Brindabella XT & Spindrift XT sleeping bags

The release of the Brindabella XT and Spindrift XT series represents the biggest change in Mont sleeping bag history.

Across both these new Series we've introduced a swathe of improvements and new features, striking colour schemes and new shell fabric providing marked improvements in function and performance.

Brindabella XT Series

Replaces the Tapered Rectangular Series

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Versatile sleeping bags for cool to cold adventures both above & below the snow-line.

The Brindabella XT series includes two models each available in Standard, Women's and Extra Large sizes: The Brindabella 700 rated from -6 to -12ºC and the Brindabella 850 rated from -10 to -16ºC. The Brindabella XT series replaces the Tapered Rectangular Series that included the Kiandra, Brindabella, Ossa and Nadgee sleeping bags.

  • Fabric upgraded to more durable and far higher performing Hydronaute XT laminated fabric: 20,000mm waterhead and 20,000g/m2/24hours breathability. Previously used Hydronaute XT had a 1000mm waterhead and 7000g/m2/24hours breathability
  • Vertical Chest baffles and side block baffles maintain optimal down distribution for greater performance
  • Unique Cordless Collar System that wraps efficiently around shoulders without the need for a fiddly and/or uncomfortable drawcord. When not in use the Cordless Collar System tucks inside and can be secured to increase ventilation. The Cordless Collar System is an original Mont design
  • Anti Snag system along zip has been improved with a durable laminated Nylon tape that more efficiently reduces snagging. The Anti Snag system has also been integrated with a down filled 2-Dimensional draught tube that interlocks with the existing 3-Dimensional draught tube for greater insulation along the zip
  • Hood drawcord moved from shoulder to top of hood for easier location and easier use
  • Improved hood shape creates a better fit around head for greater insulation
  • New Z-Force Compression Stuff Sack with Mechanical Advantage. Three webbing compression straps in pulley configuration provide mechanical advantage to compress gear smaller with less effort. The ComPacked Compression Stuff Sack is an original Mont design
Discontinued model Down Fill Weight Superseded by Down Fill Weight
Kiandra Standard
-9 to -15ºC
820g fill Brindabella 850 Standard
-10 to -16ºC
850g fill
NA Brindabella 850 Women's
-10 to -16ºC
850g fill
Kiandra XL
-9 to -15ºC
920g fill Brindabella 850 XL
-10 to -16ºC
950g fill
Brindabella Standard
-4 to -11ºC
680g fill Brindabella 700 Standard
-6 to -12ºC
700g fill
Ossa Women's
-4 to -10ºC
700g fill Brindabella 700 Women’s
-6 to -12ºC
700g fill
Brindabella XL
-4 to -11ºC
780g fill Brindabella 700 XL
-6 to -12ºC
800g fill
Nadgee Standard
0 to -6ºC
540g fill no replacement, still available while stocks last
Nadgee XL
0 to -6ºC
640g fill no replacement, still available while stocks last

Spindrift XT Series

Replaces the Specialist Boxfoot Series

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Uncompromising sleeping bags designed for alpine & extreme cold conditions: Backcountry camping, polar expeditions & high altitude mountaineering.

The Spindrift XT series includes three models available in multiple sizes each: The Spindrift 700 rated from -7 to -13ºC, the Spindrift 850 rated from -13 to -19ºC and the Spindrift 1000 rated from -19 to -25ºC. The Spindrift XT series replaces the Specialist Boxfoot Series that included the Main Range, Nemo, Telemark, Spindrift, Zeal and Highland.

  • Fabric upgraded to more durable and far higher performing Hydronaute XT laminated fabric: 20,000mm waterhead and 20,000g/m2/24hours breathability. Previously used Hydronaute XT had a 1000mm waterhead and 7000g/m2/24hours breathability
  • Additional vertical chest baffle added to reduce down shift and increase warmth
  • Additional horizontal lower baffle added to reduce down shift and increase warmth
  • Unique Cordless Collar System that wraps efficiently around shoulders without the need for a fiddly and/or uncomfortable drawcord. When not in use the Cordless Collar System tucks inside and can be secured to increase ventilation. The Cordless Collar System is an original Mont design
  • Anti Snag system along zip has been improved with a durable laminated Nylon tape that more efficiently reduces snagging
  • Hood drawcord moved from shoulder to top of hood for easier location and easier use
  • Improved hood shape creates a better fit around head for greater insulation
  • New Z-Force Compression Stuff Sack with Mechanical Advantage. Three webbing compression straps in pulley configuration provide mechanical advantage to compress gear smaller with less effort. The ComPacked Compression Stuff Sack is an original Mont design
Discontinued model Down Fill Weight Superseded by Down Fill Weight
Main Range Standard
-18 to -24ºC
950g Fill Spindrift 1000 Standard
-19 to -25ºC
1000g Fill
Nemo Women's
-18 to -24ºC
980g Fill Spindrift 1000 Women’s
-19 to -25ºC
1000g Fill
Main Range XL
-18 to -24ºC
1050g Fill Spindrift 1000 XL
-19 to -25ºC
1100g Fill
Telemark Standard
-13 to -19ºC
850g Fill Spindrift 850 Standard
-13 to -19ºC
850g Fill
Telemark XL
-13 to -19ºC
950g Fill Spindrift 850 XL
-13 to -19ºC
950g Fill
Zeal Women's
-9 to -15ºC
780g Fill Spindrift 850 Women’s
-13 to -19ºC
850g Fill
Spindrift Standard
-9 to -15ºC
750g Fill Spindrift 700 Standard
-7 to -13ºC
700g Fill
Spindrift XL
-9 to -15ºC
850g Fill Spindrift 700 XL
-7 to -13ºC
800g Fill
Highland Standard
-4 to -10ºC
600g Fill no replacement, still available while stocks last
Highland XL
-4 to -10ºC
700g Fill no replacement, still available while stocks last

If you have any questions about Mont sleeping bags please do not hesitate to reach out to the Mont customer service team.


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