|sleeping bag size||Women's/Small||Standard||Extra Large|
|Maximum user height||170cm / 5ft7in||185cm / 6ft||200cm / 6ft6in|
|Internal circumference at Shoulder||160cm / 63in||160cm / 63in||170cm / 67in|
|Internal circumference at Hip||132cm / 52in||132cm / 52in||142.5cm / 56in|
|Internal circumference at Foot||115.5cm / 45.5in||115.5cm / 45.5in||121cm / 47.5in|
The Zip Side is the side the zip is on when you’re lying on your back in the sleeping bag. A Left Zip will be on your left side, a Right Zip will be on your right side.
The Helium 600 is the warmest model in the Helium series suitable to temperatures as low as -10°C and still weighs under 1kg! Ideally suited to cold weather and four season camping including use above the snowline.
Ultralight shell fabric and high-loft down fill on the Helium bags mean higher performance for less weight. Durable 10 by 10 denier, 520 thread count Nylon weighing only 26g/m2 with a hot-rolled-cire treatment to prevent down leakage and increase durability. Premium 800+ loft white down fill with DWR Loft treatment adds greater resilience, higher loft and better warmth in damp conditions.
”If you’re heavy on experience you’re better placed to travel a little lighter. Light on skills and light on gear decreases your safety margin.“
Mont Ambassador and backcountry guide Doug Chatten. While the Helium 600 is rated to -10ºC, it is not appropriate for alpine snow camping unless you're an experienced alpinist.
This product is filled with Premium White Down with a loft rating of at least 800 cubic inches per ounce.
Mont's down is selected for it's high quality, purity and the fact that it is not live plucked.
All Mont Sleeping Bags are sewn with hydrophobic Epic Thread. The silicon impregnated in this thread prevents moisture wicking along seams and into the bag, keeping down dryer and warmer.
Ultralight but durable 10 by 10 denier, 520 thread count Nylon weighing only 26g/m2. Finished with a hot-rolled cire treatment to prevent down leakage and increase durability.
Differential cut is the term used to describe the difference in circumference between the inner and outer shells. The differential cut prevents down compression and cold spots by reducing the chance of the inner shell compressing against the outer shell.
For a truly effective differential cut there should be a considerable difference in the circumference of the inner and outer shells.
The Radial Arc Baffle System is a significant design innovation that improves the thermal efficiency of a Mont Sleeping Bag.
Radial Arc Baffles curve naturally around your body rather than bending around your body. When a down baffle (chamber) is bent or distorted, ripples in the fabric occur which will compress down and create cold spots. The Radial Arc Baffle System reduces bending and distortion and increases loft and warmth.
Tuck stitching is a construction method that conceals the stitch inside the sleeping bag thereby protecting it from abrasion and snagging. This is in comparison to top stitched seams where each stitch is exposed. Tuck stitched seams are also more water resistant than top stitched seams, again because the seam is concealed internally.
Tuck stitching attaches the lock-knit baffle fabric to a small fold in the shell material. Tuck stitching joins three layers of fabric making for a much stronger seam than top stitching that only joins two.