We’re Taking Orders Again
One month ago, we closed our retail stores and distribution centers for the health and safety of our employees and customers. After much consultation and a lot of hard work, we’re pleased to announce patagonia.com is back in business.
Thanks for Your Patience
As we adjust to our new safety procedures, order processing may take up to 5 days for ground. All orders include free ground shipping. We encourage you to view your order status page and sign up for text updates as there may be unexpected delays. Learn more
Keeping Things in Perspective
Selling clothing isn’t an essential service. We all know this. More than anything, we are humbled by and extremely grateful for the health care professionals, public servants, farmers, grocery store workers, delivery folks and many others who are working their hardest right now. Thank you.
Retail Stores, Repairs and Dealers
We’re excited to get back to work, but our values haven’t changed. As always, we encourage you to buy only what you need, buy local when possible and repair what you already own. Our retail stores and repair services remain closed for now, but we have DIY repair guides available online and Patagonia dealers in your area.
Responsibly Sourced, Shelf-Stable, Nutritious Food
Our food business is also open with an expanded marketplace of products from like-minded farmers, ranchers, fishers, artisans and brands. We invite you to visit Patagonia Provisions and get responsibly sourced, shelf-stable, nutritious foods delivered right to your door.
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Great lightweight minimalist bag
If you're looking for something light enough for alpine trips, backpacking or bikepacking this is a great option. The half zip is well-positioned and its not as roomy as other versions but I presume that's where it saves weight. Not in the uber lightweight category but hits the right spot of warmth and packability.
The best sleeping bags you can buy
I originally bought the Patagonia 19F sleeping bag a year or so ago. It was the best bag I've owned in 20 years of mountain adventures. So naturally when I needed a new warmer weather bag, I came straight back to Patagonia's lineup. You can't go wrong. I'm 6'1" and 190lbs and the regular fits me like a dream. I wouldn&... Read More#x27;t go with the long length in any sleeping bag unless you're sure that you need it. Empty space in any bag will make your colder.
Great fabric, ultra lightweight for backpacking and a comfortable shape. On a recent climbing trip into the Winds, I had a pretty cold night and wanted to share some insight. If you are camping in a tent, under a big boulder or somewhere where your body heat will be trapped, the 30 degree bag does great while sleeping in high 30s, low 40s. If you p... Read Morelan on sleeping out under the stars with no shelter, you may be get cold if temps dip to 40 degrees and below. I've noticed this bag sleeps well in 45 - 55 degree weather.
Survived my poor packing skills
Long story short, this sleeping bag stood up to the time tested beater-of-the-day packing job I did on it's first self support kayaking trip. Everything in the bag was soaked after my swim except for this bag. I'm very pleased with how water resistant the shell is and how it protected the down. The only complaint is that the 30 degree is ... Read Morenot quite warm enough for me, so I now know to bring extra layers to wear while sleeping. Great product!
Real nice bag
Overall a very nice sleeping bag the material had a super nice feel. I have used it maybe a dozen times now no loss of down from the bag haven't seen any feathers anywhere Lol. The dual zipper is very nice feature. The only thing I would improve upon is I wish the zipper came down maybe two or three more inches.
Not as warm as you'd think...
So, Pros: this bag is constructed of high quality materials. It is super light and fits me (6'0') quite well. Cons: the continuous baffles on the back allow down to shift and leave cold spots. It's not problematic if you only sleep on your back,but if you are a side sleeper,this is an issue. It is rated to 30 degrees,but I'd s... Read Moreay 40 is probably it's realistic lower limit.
A cocoon of downy warmth!
Over 30 years ago my grandfather bought me a navy blue,lightweight,down-filled sleeping bag for summer camp. It was an expensive bag for that time as I was "warned" to take care of it. It was small,soft,roomy,and kept me warm. After years of wear and tear,it was,to my dismay,retired several years ago... Since then I have been through sev... Read Moreeral bags searching for one that had all of those same features,without any luck. I have bought and returned more bags than I can count at this point. Picky? Yes. I guess my grandfather spoiled me. I WILL NOT be returning the Patagonia bag! It is lightweight. It packs smaller than any bag I have had and there is zero compromise to warmth. While other bags have offset baffles,and layers of insulation,this bag,with a simple sewn-thru baffle is warmer than any of the others. The front zip is new for me and I initially thought I would dislike it. But because of it,I find that I can move around inside of the bag with more ease and not be twisting the bag as a turn. It is plenty roomy for even a side-sleeper,like myself. In essence it is the simplicity of the bag that makes it stand several steps above the rest. Thank you Patagonia!
Comfy & Warm at 31F. Under the Stars..
It's hard to find a sleeping bag that delivers on the temperature rating, but this one did. Love the drawstring hood that keeps the heat in and the cold out! The top opening zipper is convenient and easy to get in and out of. Fits nicely inside of my bivy for nights under the stars!
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