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  • 850 Down Sleeping Bag 19 F/-7 C - Regular,
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Patagonia 850 Down Sleeping Bag 19°F / -7°C - Regular

$499.00
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$499.00
70015 #70015

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  • Campfire Orange
    $499.00 CMPO
    Campfire Orange (CMPO)
  • Harvest Moon Blue
    $499.00 HMB
    Harvest Moon Blue (HMB)
Campfire Orange (CMPO)
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850 Down Sleeping Bag 19 F/-7 C - Regular, Campfire Orange (CMPO)
850 Down Sleeping Bag 19 F/-7 C - Regular, Harvest Moon Blue (HMB)
850 Down Sleeping Bag 19 F/-7 C - Regular,
850 Down Sleeping Bag 19 F/-7 C - Regular,
850 Down Sleeping Bag 19 F/-7 C - Regular,
850 Down Sleeping Bag 19 F/-7 C - Regular,
Additional Information

The new 850 Down Sleeping Bag—an elegant, real-world bag, built with the best materials available and 45 years of down-construction expertise.

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Forty-five years ago, discouraged with the performance of existing sleeping bags, Yvon Chouinard built a mummy-style bag with overstuffed channels and a center-front zipper so he could tie in at belays, cook at bivies, move around without the bag twisting, and have consistent loft trip upon trip. Inspired, we set out to create our own version of Yvon’s innovative bag. The result is the new 850 Down Sleeping Bag—an elegant, real-world bag, built with the best materials available and 45 years of down-construction expertise. We started with ultralight 100% nylon ripstop Pertex Quantum® fabric, which features Y-shaped filament technology to create a shell that’s nearly half the weight and twice the strength of our other down shell fabrics. The interlocking Y-shaped fibers of this fabric allow maximum down loft, provide superior durability, and enhance the performance of the DWR (durable water repellent) finish. We made the liner from our beloved Houdini® fabric—a featherweight 100% nylon ripstop that provides quick dry times and soft, next-to-skin comfort. We insulated the bag with 850-fill-power Traceable Down for exceptional heat-trapping warmth, season after season durability, ultracompressibility, and light weight. Built with a state-of-the-art differential baffle construction, we’ve eliminated sewn-through seams to banish cold spots and make sure the down stays lofted regardless of your sleep position. Our low-profile hood is designed to move with you and minimize twisting; it fits securely around your shoulders and head with lightweight cording and concealed cord locks. The custom foot box has a fully baffled, differentially cut pattern to eliminate any dead spaces, maximize warmth and allow ample room for movement.
Features
  • Ultralight 100% nylon ripstop Pertex Quantum® fabric, which features Y-shaped filament technology to create a shell that’s nearly half the weight and twice the strength of our other down shell fabrics
  • Liner is made from our beloved Houdini® fabric—a featherweight 100% nylon ripstop that provides quick dry times and soft, next-to-skin comfort
  • 850-fill-power Traceable Down (Goose down traced from parent farm to apparel factory to help ensure the birds that supply it are not force-fed or live-plucked) for exceptional heat-trapping warmth, season after season durability, ultracompressibility
  • State-of-the-art differential baffle construction eliminates sewn-through seams to banish cold spots and make sure the down stays lofted regardless of your sleep position
  • Low-profile hood is designed to move with you and minimize twisting; it fits securely around your shoulders and head with lightweight cording and concealed cord locks
  • The custom foot box has a fully baffled, differentially cut pattern to eliminate any dead spaces, maximize warmth and allow ample room for movement
  • When packing, there's an ultralight stuffsack made from our Houdini® fabric (1.2-oz 100% nylon ripstop). For long-term storage, a larger drawstring-bag (made of a 55% hemp/45% organic cotton blend) is included
  • 913 g (2 lbs)
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Materials

Shell: .85-oz 15-denier Pertex Quantum® Y yarn 100% nylon ripstop with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish.

Liner and stuffsack: 1.2-oz 15-denier 100% nylon ripstop with a DWR finish.

Insulation: 850-fill-power Traceable Down (Goose down traced from parent farm to apparel factory to help ensure the birds that supply it are not force-fed or live-plucked). Storage bag: 4-oz 55% hemp/45% organic cotton muslin

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Note

Fits up to 6'. Also available in Short and Long. Fit is trim at the upper limit; for more room, order the next size.

*carabiner not included

Water Resistant

DWR (durable water repellent) fabric finish repels light rain and snow and decreases dry times. When DWR is used in conjunction with a waterproof/breathable barrier, the DWR finish keeps the outer fabric from becoming saturated so that the breathable barrier can do its job.

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Traceable Down Insulation

All Patagonia virgin down is certified to the Advanced Global Traceable Down standard by NSF International. The Advanced certification level means our down suppliers conducted audits all the way back to the parent farms to ensure there was no live-plucking and that broader humane animal welfare standards were faithfully observed throughout the supply chain. Learn more
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850 Down Sleeping Bag 19 F/-7 C - Regular is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from lining bleed Bought this product last week and when I oped it, it seemed the lining had bled into the orage cover creating lots of stains. I guess I'll return it.
Date published: 2018-04-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from lovely bag - but not warm enough for thinner folks I've been using the 19 F sleeping bag for the past 7 weeks of my bike tour and have been disappointed with its warmth. I've been riding in the southeast US and when temps are in the 40-50s the bag has kept me very comfortable. When it gets down to the mid-30s, though, I feel cold spots wherever my body is tight against the bag and I generally don't feel warm and cozy like I'd expect from a bag with this rating. I'm thin/athletic, size 2-4 (women's), 5'7", and have always had trouble staying warm on cold nights. That's why I got this bag to use instead of my 30-degree bag that only keeps me warm down to the mid-40s. I figured this one would work for me down to the upper 20s or at least the low 30s. It seems that this bag's rating isn't accurate for those of us who don't have a lot of insulation of our own. [I use a Thermolite liner every night and wear thin thermals + wool socks and a super comfy NeoAir Xlite pad. I got the Regular length and it doesn't seem overly roomy.] I also don't love the drawstrings for the hood. When I cinch them up tight around my face on chilly nights, the ends poke me in the mouth and nose. It would be funny if it weren't so irritating. Seems like a silly complaint, but maybe future versions could use a more flexible cord that can be tucked away? Or maybe move the toggles off to the sides? The front zip is nice and novel but I don't think it makes or breaks the bag. I don't feel great about leaving a critical review. It's a very well-made bag that packs down great and then puffs right back up. The fabric is the nicest I've felt on the 4-5 bags I've owned over the years. It could be a perfect bag for someone with a different body type. I especially appreciate Patagonia's efforts to be responsible about their production processes/inputs -- and to remind us that all this beautiful stuff we purchase has a real impact on the people and places we love to explore. I chose this bag over others in this temp range specifically because Patagonia provides information about the sourcing and production practices involved in its making. This is my first time leaving a review about a product and I hope the info helps prevent unnecessary returns.
Date published: 2018-03-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Well built but... runs wide. I've been in the market for a new bag as my old bag is a Marmot Pinnacle is about 20 years old and over 3 lbs.... I wanted to drop some pack weight. After reading the reviews on the Patagonia site I decided to give this bag a go and bought one for my wife and myself. We used them for 7 nights, 4 of which were on a backpacking trip above 6000 feet and temps got down to near freezing. I'm 5'10" and 130 lbs and I found that I got pretty cold in the bag the first night wearing base layer on top, briefs with bare legs, and a hat. Every time I rolled over, there was so much space in the bag that I rolled into cold areas and a large stream of air would rush out the top of the bag. On following nights I slept with base layers on my legs as well as a Nano Puff pull-over, either on my body or wrapped around my neck as a makeshift barrier between my head and the rest of the bag. This helped keep me warmer and keep the warm air in the bag. It would be great if there was a fabric collar (with down inside it) around the neck area of this bag to help keep the heat in the bag. Also, the cord locks on the stuff sack are not strong enough to do their job and the lower cord closure does not work because of the weak cord locks. These bags are very well made, light weight and compress well and the interior fabric feels really nice against the skin. However, if you are a thin person looking for a warm bag, you might find yourself swimming inside this bag.
Date published: 2017-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loving this bag! I thought seriously about buying this bag for about a month, and I'm really glad that I did! I have used this bag multiple nights now this fall with temperatures at or well below freezing and have not been cold once. I sleep with other layers, but at temperatures around the 19 degree mark and below have still been comfortable. I have been super happy with the pack size! I couldn't find the pack size anywhere on the web and when I asked customer service the response was right around 7"x16" I think, and the stuff sack has a second cinch-loop to compress even smaller. My one complaint on this bag is the stuff sack: it won't stay closed all the way without the bag splooging out; the toggles don't secure properly and are loose. I tie a little knot to keep the stuff sack all the way closed, but kind of a hassle. Regardless, great bag! Warm, lightweight, compresses small, comfortable material (I have not had issues with crackly noises like previous reviews). The blue is a nice color. Thanks again Patagonia!
Date published: 2017-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Functional orange bag attracts hummingbirds! I recently bought this bag and I love the feel of the liner fabric, the sculpted hood with a tight seal, the shaped foot box and the center zip. Have not tested it in cold weather to date. I'm an older backpacker and appreciate the ease of getting into and out of this bag. I made this purchase hesitating at its weight, as there are lighter bags available at this temp rating, but I' very satisfied with the weight tradeoff for the overall suitability of my needs. On a recent trip I was enjoying the quiet of dawn from inside my bag and had a visit from a hummingbird which hovered under my tarp inspecting the orange shell fabric! Very cool!
Date published: 2017-09-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Like a bed I got the bag as soon as it came out, and was skeptical for two reasons. First abd most annoyingly, the stuff sack it terrible. It has two draw closures, but they won't stay closed. i had to but the sea to summit compression stuff sack (10 liters). Also, it had a rosin like substance on it that got everywhere which only came off after a wash. Ok, enough bad, now the good. It's like sleeping in a bed! The front closure is an amazing idea and the zipper is snag free. Also, the temp. rating is wrong. During a blizzard for 8 days at 12,000 feet in Wyoming with temps. down to ~0 degrees i was fine in a fleece jacket and extra socks. Overall, very pleased. Would not change the bag itself.
Date published: 2017-07-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Super comfy! I'm a cold sleeper, especially when camping, and I was really nervous testing out this bag this spring in Sequoia National Park. The first night I wore a thermal base layer, and slept fine but was a little bit cold. The second night, my friend recommended I ditch the PJs and low and behold I was toasty warm the whole night! I love the hood on this bag, being inside is like being in a little cocoon of happiness, it's surprisingly comfortable on bare skin even though the fabric is a little crinkle-y. The only reason I don't give it 5 stars is because the zipper tends to snag a little bit and the stuff sack is really strange, no idea why it has two toggles... Otherwise I'm very content with this bag and would totally recommend it!
Date published: 2017-07-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A lot to love...but I have had this bag since it was released early this year and have had a handful of car camping opportunities to test it. I'll start with the pros, which have been enough for me to really enjoy using this bag and keep it. It is extremely comfortable to sleep in - very light and breathable against the body with plenty of room to move around without bunching up or twisting (probably the least twisting bag I've experienced from most major brands). I feel this is likely due to, in part at least, my favorite feature which is the front zipper. The ease of use is incredible! Has yet to catch, in and out is quick, and three zippers along the length allow flexibility of use. Two of the most important technical aspects are a huge plus, which is the very light weight and compressibility. As I stated above, I have yet to backpack with it, but later this summer I expect great returns in pack weight and space. Now to the unfortunate... over Memorial Weekend in temps around 28 deg F, with no socks or base layers on, my feet were very cold by early morning. I awoke with a huge disappointment considering the temperature rating and not being close enough to its extreme. There could have been a few factors contributing to this, and most likely on a personal basis such as blood flow and any extra space in the bag (I am 6'1 so there is a little room in the Long but it has a perfect feel and the Regular would be too tight overall). With that said, each time I have slept with thin socks and light to midweight base layers on, even with no top, I have been fine. One small negative for some may be how much static can accumulate due to the heavy use of fine plastics in the shell. I found that it has dissipated after a few uses but that could bother some people. My overall impression is that I like this sleeping bag a lot! Its innovative, sturdy, easy to use, and seems like it will perform as a three-season bag as advertised at camp and on trail. If I need to wear base layers for total warmth then so be it... it is still very comfortable. I own many, many Patagonia products and am a big fan overall. I haven't written one review on any one of them but this item is very expensive and important when in use so I figured I would chime in. I would say it is worth the try if you can swing it.
Date published: 2017-06-28
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