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Mountain Hardwear Phantom +32 Sleeping Bag

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  • Tested by an independent third-party lab using European Norm protocol, the EN temperature ratings allow direct comparisons across brands with other EN-rated bags
  • Insulated with superior European 800-fill-power goose down, blended and lab-certified in the United States
  • Warmth is optimized through differential cut of shell and lining fabrics, allowing the goose down adequate room to expand to its full loft
  • Performance mummy cut features a snug overall fit that positions the down insulation close to the body, maximizing warmth and minimizing weight without restrictiveness
  • High-tenacity nylon shell is lightweight and tear resistant; fabric is treated with a Durable Water Repellent finish to repel moisture
  • Box baffle construction maximizes loft and minimizes weight; 5 in. baffle width keeps down from shifting, so cold spots are prevented
  • Tuck-stitched baffles (sewing method that keeps all threads hidden) prevent threads from snagging and breaking
  • Multi-baffled, tailored hood lies close along the sides of neck and face for easy warmth
  • But when it's cold enough to cinch down the hood, the down-insulated face gasket snugs comfortably and holds in warmth
  • Ergonomic draft collar drapes comfortably over neck and shoulders, blocking the escape of heat and sealing out drafts
  • Shape of Multi-baffle Comfort Foot Box allows feet to rest naturally; it also preserves loft and allows down to drape close to feet for warmth
  • Full-length, 2-way zipper with locking sliders stay in place when bag is partially unzipped for ventilation
  • Insulated draft tube with antisnag panel extends to bottom of bag to eliminate cold spots along zipper
  • Insulated zipper gusset seals in warmth at base of zipper
  • Comes with mesh storage sack and stuff sack


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Mountain Hardwear Phantom +32 Sleeping Bag Specs
Best use
29 degrees Fahrenheit
38 degrees Fahrenheit
29 degrees Fahrenheit
-1.6 degrees Celsius
24 / 23 / 23 ounces
0.68 / 0.65 / 0.65 kilograms
800-fill goose down
11 / 11 / 11 ounces
78 / 72 / 72 inches
62 / 60 / 60 inches
58 / 56 / 56 inches
7 x 10 inches
6.3 liter
EN lower limit (rating for men)
EN comfort (rating for women)
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Temperature rating (C)
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Mountain Hardwear Phantom +32 Sleeping Bag

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Rated 4.3/5 based on 20 reviews
Rated 2out of5
by fromnot a 32 deg bag I bought this bag for an AT thru hike I'm planning this summer. I liked that it was very lightweight and packed small. I've taken it out on a few trips to Big Bend NP and Guadalupe Mnts. NP where the night time temps got down to the mid 30s. I'm typically a warm sleeper but have not gotten a decent nights sleep with this bag yet even with wearing long underwear and a down jacket to bed. The quality of the bag is great. I plan on using it as a summer only sleeping bag. The temp rating in my opinion should be somewhere around 45-50 deg. Maybe using a thick liner and a ground pad with an impecable R rating, you could use it in colder temps. But then why not just get a warmer bag and not have to worry about the liner and a thick ground pad?
Date published: 2010-03-05
Rated 3out of5
by fromStuffs down small but too cold for me Really liked this bag at first, stuff sack would crunch it down to almost nothing. Sleeping in the bag though it was too cold, 40F outside and I was freezing in it.
Date published: 2011-01-29
Rated 4out of5
by fromGreat 32 degree bag! This is a great lightweight bag. I've used this bag in conjunction with a Thermarest Prolite 4 sleeping pad down to 30 degrees and I've always been very toasty. I've traveled with this bag to Zion, Guadalupe Mountains, and Big Bend National Parks and many places in between and it has never let me down. I love how small it packs down to and how light it is. It packs to about a little larger than a Nalgene bottle and is super light in my pack. Got it on sale at REI and it is worth the money. I've always used this bag with an insulated sleeping pad and a tent.
Date published: 2010-03-21
Rated 4out of5
by fromGreat Bag, Extremely small package I bought this bag to use on the AT. Once I saw how small it packed, I began using it for motorcycle camping. Using this bag with my backpacking tent, sleeping pad, and cooking items, I can get it all in one saddle bag of my Harley. This bag is warm, tough, very light, and packs into the size of about a one pound coffee can. Never had a zipper snag and doesn't become soggy after a night in my single wall tent. My only complaint? It only came in a right hand zip when I bought it. I'm right handed so is a little ackward to unzip.
Date published: 2010-07-08
Rated 4out of5
by fromSweet bag The bag packs small and it's lightweight. I was so hot sleeping in the thing I had to open the zipper for air and sleep naked! Very comfortable sleep with the Thermarest Neo Air and Thermarest pillow. I was stoked.
Date published: 2010-07-27
Rated 4out of5
by fromvery nice bag at 5'11" and 185 i fond this bag to be very roomy. I was able to stretch my legs as far as i possibly could without hitting bottom. the hood cups your head without using the draw strings. I don't think I would be comfortable at 32 degrees in this bag though (i never get the comfort rating out of any bag though), i recently took it out and it was about 38 degrees in the morning and my bare legs got a touch cold. nothing an ultralight fleece thrown over my thighs didn't cure. my feet were never cold. all in all great performance for the weight.
Date published: 2010-08-19
Rated 4out of5
by fromLight and warm This bag is great. I have used it in the UT desert in the winter and high in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming. Packs super compact and light. It is rated for 35F, but I certainly pushed it to 20F and was fine. Love this bag.
Date published: 2010-09-07
Rated 4out of5
by fromAmazing insulation for the weight I used the bag for car camping in the pacific Northwest and some short backpacking trips in the Northeast at night temperatures down to 35F while wearing only a base layer. The bag packs very small and really kept me toasty (and I'm a cold sleeper!). I like the full-lenght zipper which allows me to use the bag as a blanket in warm summer nights. In humid environment the insulation deteriorates rather quick (compared to my old 700-fill bag) so make sure that you can dry and ventilate it every day. The baffels are somewhat underfilled and the loft of the ground layer is generally only about 2/3 of the upper layer. So if you are a side sleeper and want to exploit the bags full temperature capability make sure that you can rotate within the bag.
Date published: 2011-02-01

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