For winter camping, choose a sub-zero rated down sleeping bag without hesitation. It is worth every cent. Buy right first time, look after it and you'll have it for the rest of your life.
This JR Gear Helium 750 has 750g of white duck down fill to give it a comfort rating of -3°C. Add a warm liner and a 'standard woman' will enjoy comfort at even lower temperatures. This is a 4-season sleeping bag.
The big value of down is more warmth for less weight and packed size, which makes it ideal for trekking and also multi-day kayak touring and whitewater kayaking trips where space for gear is at a premium.
Features that improve insulation include an anti-cold baffle along the zipper and a hood with drawcord. The zip can be opened upwards or downwards for ventilation options.
A compression stuffsack ensures that you can squeeze it down to its smallest size for packing, while the included mesh bag is used to store your down sleeping bag when it is not in use.
If you've ever slid off your insulating sleeping mat in the night, you'll appreciate the neat 'mat pocket' feature. The mat slides though the pocket. It will also prevent your sleeping bag from twisting around you.
Use with a sleeping bag liner to keep the inside clean and to improve the thermal rating even further.
Temperature ratings: -3°C (comfort), -9°C (limit), -27°C (extreme)
Suggested usage minimum: -3°C
Dimensions (internal): 210x80x50cm
Max user height: 190cm
Pack size: 30.0 x ø21.0cm
Fill material: 750g of white duck down
Additional features: 20D Nylon shell, a micro-ripstop fabric that offers a high durability and water resistance.