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Would this suit a women in temperatures up to -5 degrees Celsius?
Hello, So the EN13537 temperature rating does put the Palm Passport sleepign bag at -5C meaning as a general rule that is the lower limit of its comfort with the hood totally done up. Of course if you consider yourself a "colder" sleeper you should always be a bit cautious in pushing this limit. The other side of the story though is that the test is ment to mimic a standar mat and only weary one layer of thermals. So if you have a good insulated mat and you wear thermals plus a fleece or puffy jacket or something you can extend bags further so there is a bit of le-way. I hope this helps but if you have any further questions please don't hesitate to give us a yell on 02 9264 5888 or email me direct on email@example.com
Hi, Looking at the Roman Palm Passport sleeping bag. What weight is it and what is its pack size. Requiring light and compact sleeping bag for trekking where temperatures may drop to 0 deg Celsius. Can you recommend some from your range. regards, El
Hello and thanks so much for your question! So regarding the Roman Palm Passport here are the specs you're after: Weight 1600g Packed Dimensions 18x18x30cm Regarding my opinions on good lightweight trekking sleeping bags - The Roman Palm Passport comes in at a great price if you're not looking at spending too much. However if you can stretch it a little more there's plenty of options that are half the weight and half the pack size. So if those things are important to you here are some suggestions: https://mountainequipment.com/collections/sleeping-gear/products/zodiac-500-standard?variant=35879581953 https://mountainequipment.com/collections/sleeping-gear/products/zodiac-350-standard?variant=35879581889 https://mountainequipment.com/collections/sleeping-gear/products/helium-300?variant=35877893569 https://mountainequipment.com/collections/sleeping-gear/products/helium-450?variant=35877893633 I really hope that helps but if you'd like some further info please don't hesitate to get in touch via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 02 9264 5888 Cheers, Matt