Made with a 100% recycled Hydronaute XT-R Shell and a 100% recycled silk-touch Nylon lining, bunker down and stay warm in conditions well below what you would expect for sleeping bags of this price.
With a technical shell fabric and high loft down but only the essential design features, the Warmlite XT-R Series provide warmth in cold to extreme cold at a very reasonable price.
The Warmlite XT-R Series feature a contoured 3D hood, box walled baffles, 3D boxfoot (Warmlite Boxfoot 750 only), 3D draught tube along zips and premium 750+ loft water resistant down.
Features foregone in the Warmlite XT-R range include tuck stitched seams, Radial Arc Baffles and internal down collar.
Learn more about the Warmlite XT-R Series.
For a complete overview of Mont sleeping bag technology and to learn what features are found on different models see the Sleeping Bag Technology Guide.
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|Warmlite 550||1060g||3 Season||Bushwalking||-1ºC / 30ºF||-7ºC / 19ºF|
|Warmlite 750||1270g||3 Season||Bushwalking||-7ºC / 19ºF||-12ºC / 10ºF|
|Warmlite Boxfoot 750||1240g||4 Season||Alpine||-9ºC / 16ºF||-14ºC / 7ºF|
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As summer approaches, I keep looking through my list of past walks to see which ones I want to do again.
In September 1986 I walked from Lake St Clair, up past Little Hugel to Mt Hugel. I then continued down the western slopes to Lake Hermione, followed a valley up to Lake Petrarch and walked back down to Lake St Clair. A good partly offtrack bushwalk. This time I only had two days, so the plan was to camp next to a tarn up on the Mt Hugel plateau.
One of the biggest jobs at Mont is customer service, with the inbox sometimes a little overwhelming! But the emails are overwhelmingly positive; questions about our gear, emails about how well a customers gear worked, and fun stories and photos from the wild.
It isn’t all smiles, though, negative emails do occasionally pop up. But not to let that get us down, often these emails highlight a failure of communication on our part or provide information for us to reflect upon and improve.