|sleeping bag size||Women's||Standard||Extra Large||2 Extra Large|
|Maximum user height||170cm / 5ft7in||185cm / 6ft||200cm / 6ft6in||200cm / 6ft6in|
|Maximum user shoulder circumference||155cm / 61in||160cm / 63in||170cm / 67in||176cm / 69in|
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.
In a market hungry for faster and lighter, the Mont Prolite 300 XL takes a minimalist approach to save weight and bulk.
With a down-less base and no hood, the Prolite 300 XL's design cuts significant weight and bulk. Made with straps across the base Prolite 300 XL seamlessly attaches to a sleeping mat for a comfortable sleeping system regardless of the non-insulated base.
I picked up the prolight 300 for general hiking and bike packing. In December 2016 I did the overland track and overnighter to Mt Jagungal. The bag performed superbly. Light, compact and pretty warm even as the temp dropped towards zero on a few nights. It also proved nicely water resistant Hydronaute, a big deal for me given I'm tall and end up getting my feet wet on the end of the tent. I partnered the bag with an expedition mattress, which is important given the bag has no down on the bottom. But this is a reasonable compromise given the bag is so light and didn't seem to impact on warmth much. The trick I found was using a silk inner sheet so when I rolled over the lower down-free section stayed on the mattress. If it's snowing outside I'd definitely be taking a warmer bag, but for above zero camping it does the trick.