Mountain Equipment Redline (1280)

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Mountain Equipment's warmest sleeping bag, and suitable for the very coldest conditions encountered during Polar expeditions. It has a lightweight, highly breathable and water-resistant outer that can deal with tent condensation and spilt tea with aplomb.

Mountain Equipment Redline (1280)

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Mountain Equipment's warmest sleeping bag, and suitable for the very coldest conditions encountered during Polar expeditions. It has a lightweight, highly breathable and water-resistant outer that can deal with tent condensation and spilt tea with aplomb.

  • Gore® ThermiumTM 10D outer shell is durably light, highly breathable and rain-resistant.
  • 1282g of 90-10 Goose Down with a minimum USA fill power of 800.
  • Expedition fit with EXL® system is both roomier and has improved loft and thermal efficiency.
  • V chest and foot baffles and trapezoid main body baffles.
  • Ground level side seams with V-side baffle.
  • Seven baffle low volume anatomically shaped hood.
  • Six baffle anatomically shaped and offset foot-box.
  • Full length GeminiTM zip baffle and integrated neck collar with Lode LockTM closure.
  • Gore® ThermiumTM 10D inner foot-box and hood lining.
  • Inner pocket for keeping essentials warm and dry.
  • Supplied with waterproof roll-top stuff-sack and storage cube.

100% Polyamide outer/inner, ePTFE membrane, down fill.

ME Redline Fill Weight Internal Length Shoulder Width Foot Width Packed Size Weight
Regular 1282g 185cm (6' 1") 80cm 50cm 30cm x 29cm x 26cm 1980g
Long 1332g 200cm (6' 7") 80cm 50cm 31cm x 30cm x 26cm 2030g
ME Redline
Fill: 800+ USA fill power goose down
Comfort:  -25ºC to -45ºC*
* EN Temperature Rating are not given for bags rated below -25ºC so the Comfort Rating is an estimate.
 
EN Sleeping Bag Temperature Ratings
EN13537 is the European standard for sleeping bags and requires a thermal manikin test which produces four temperature results — upper limit, comfort, lower limit and extreme. There is no legal obligation to use this standard though most reputable brands do, even non-European ones. There is an exemption for military sleeping bags and sleeping bags for extreme temperatures, ie a comfort range of below -25°C. 
Upper Limit: the temperature at which a standard man can sleep without excessive perspiration. It is established with the hood and zips open and with arms outside the bag.
Comfort: the temperature at which a standard woman can expect to sleep comfortably in a relaxed position.
Lower Limit: the temperature at which a standard man can sleep for eight hours in a curled position without waking.
Extreme: the minimum temperature at which a standard woman can remain for six hours without risk of death from hypothermia (though frostbite is still possible).
For the purpose of these measurements, a "standard man" is assumed to be 25 years old, with a height of 1.73m (ie 5' 7", not very tall) and a weight of 73kg; a "standard woman" is assumed to be 25 years old, with a height of 1.60m (ie 5' 2.5") and a weight of 60kg.

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