|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.
The Mont Zodiac Series are a quality range of entry level down sleeping bags suitable for travellers and bushwalkers alike.
They can be used over a wide range of temperatures by regulating the ventilation with foot and side zippers and adjusting the distribution of down between canopy and base. With dimensions a little more generous the Zodiacs are an ideal choice if you like a little more room when you sleep.
The Zodiac 700 (800 2XL) is the warmest model in the Zodiac series. Appropriate down to -10°C for a warm sleeper, the Zodiac 700 (800 2XL) is for cold weather camping, in three to four seasons, including use above the snowline.
This product is filled with Premium White Down with a loft rating of between 680 and 750 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.
The Toaster Pocket is for slow-release, air-activated heat packs: your toes and feet will never be cold again. The Toaster Pocket can be found in Spindrift, Expedition, Brindabella, Helium and Zodiac Series Sleeping Bags.
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.
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.