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  • Designed to fit a woman's body, the Ouray offers increased room at the hips, decreased room at the shoulders and extra insulation in critical heat-loss areas
  • Certified 650-fill down with Down Defender for improved water-resistance in wet conditions
  • Nautilus multi-baffle hood envelops your head in warmth; adjustable drawcord cinches hood snugly around your face
  • Anatomic footbox allows the down to loft fully around your feet for optimum warmth and comfort; pocket in the footbox lets you slip in a hand warmer (sold separately)
  • Down-filled draft collar with easy-access drawcord helps to trap body heat inside
  • Insulated draft tube backs a full-length, 2-way, snag-free zipper to prevent cold air from seeping through
  • Stretch-tricot baffles provide strength and durability for long bag life
  • Ground-level side seams keep warm air from escaping
  • Zipper garage keeps zipper pull in its place at night
  • Internal stash pocket stows nighttime essentials
  • 2 hang loops for storing and airing out sleeping bag
  • Stuff and storage sack included

Imported.

Many sleeping bags are rated for temperature by an independent testing protocol, the European Norm (EN) 13537. Each bag gets two ratings: a Comfort rating and Lower Limit rating. The Comfort rating is the lowest temperature at which the bag will keep the average woman (or "cold sleeper") comfortable, and the Lower Limit rating is the lowest temperature at which the bag will keep an average man (or "warm sleeper") comfortable. Everyone's body and sleep comfort is different, so EN Ratings are merely a guideline to help you compare products.

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Specs

Best Use Backpacking
EN Lower Limit -12.3 degrees Fahrenheit
EN Comfort 3.2 degrees Fahrenheit
Temperature Rating (F) 0 degrees Fahrenheit
Temperature Rating (C) -18 degrees Celsius
Weight
Long Right
3 lbs. 10 oz.
Regular Right
3 lbs. 7 oz.
Shell Nylon
Zipper Location Right
Insulation Type Down
Water-Resistant Down Yes
Fill 650-fill duck down
Fill Weight
Long Right
40.7 ounces
Regular Right
38.5 ounces
Lining Nylon
Sleeping Bag Shape Mummy
Fits Up To (in.)
Long Right
72 inches
Regular Right
66 inches
Shoulder Girth (in.)
Long Right
59 inches
Regular Right
56 inches
Hip Girth (in.)
Long Right
59 inches
Regular Right
56 inches
Stuff Sack Size 9.5 x 19 inches
Stuff Sack Volume 22.1 liters
Gender Women's
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best decision of my adult life I was looking for a replacement sleeping bag for my old down 0 degree and wanted something I can use in the spring and fall mainly (occasionally winter) for backpacking and car camping. This is a super comfortable sleeping bag and I was not cold is below freezing temperatures when using it. I have been warm and cozy each trip I have taken. The zipper hasn't given me any trouble and have't had lots of feathers poke out of the bag like my old one. No trouble moving around in it, not too confining but at the same time snug enough that there is no wasted space to lose heat. Best sleep I have ever had in a sleeping bag, hands down.
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super warm and cozy I decided to get a down sleeping bag for our trip to Patagonia in April, when its fall down there and lows can drop below freezing. This product was fantastic. Normally it takes me awhile to warm up when I get in the tent when its cold outside, but I had no problems with this bag and the temps were in the low 30s/upper 20s most nights. I was even a bit too hot on our first night! One down side is that if this bag gets even a bit damp, like when your breath causes condensation in the morning, it kind of smells like wet dog until it dries. This only happened on the outside of the bag, the inside never had an odor.
Date published: 2016-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super warm I bought this sleeping bag about a year ago for some backpacking in South America to camp in Patagonia, the Atacama desert, Uyuni salt flats, Cordillera Blanca and several other treks throughout winter time in South America. Temperatures got close to 0 degrees F and not once was I cold...ever! The zipper pockets inside did a great job keeping my batteries warm too. I do wish it compressed a little smaller, though. I bought an REI stuff sack and at first had some trouble getting it in the sack, but over multiple uses I got used to it and it became easier. One thing I do suggest is to air it out properly after using. My bag completely reeks after 6 months of use without proper ventilation. Overall worked beautifully, and more importantly kept me warm.
Date published: 2016-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth every penny! This bag is worth every penny and every ounce! I used it for 2 weeks straight in Iceland this spring and had absolutely no problem staying warm, even during 20F nights. The design is amazing, being able to tighten the bag above my shoulders as well as the head opening really allows you to control the temperature within the bag. In addition to the warmth, the 650 goose down is vert comfortable, I didn't even have to use a jacket as a pillow. I do wish it could pack a little smaller but the extra space is worth it security of knowing you will be warm.
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best choice I've made! I have been snagging away my parent's Marmot bags from the 80's for years of backpacking and it was definitely time for me to acquire my own. Now I have been the owner of my very own Women's Ouray Long for over a year and I couldn't be happier! It has already gone on many adventures with me and as I pack I bring it knowing I won't just get a bit of shut eye but rather I'll have a good nights slumber in the backcountry. This has seen me through from snow camping to breezy nights on the Olympic coast- the water resistant exterior (in a fantastically sunshiney color) is a necessary feature for nights I opt out for a tent or divvy and wake up to some dew. I know this bag is going to be a close companion of mine, keeping my nights warm and cozy for many years of adventure.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Reached above my expectations! This is the first "serious" sleeping bag that I have purchased since my 1971 custom made Bugaboo! I love it....it is even better than I expected: precise and strong stitching, comfortable, and did I say comfortable, and so nice and warm!
Date published: 2017-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm, Warm, Warm I love this sleeping bag. I was eyeying it for well over a year before I bought it and I'm so happy I did. It is super warm for the High Rockies and light for as warm as it is. Only complaint is that the zipper doesn't always stay, so too much pressure on it, and your bag will unzip. Does this mean I regret my purchase? Definitely NOT! Still in love with this bag and would recommend it to anyone!
Date published: 2016-08-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Comfy v. Condensation & Feathers & Zipper I love this bag.. It's incredibly comfortable & warm. I have never been cold in this bag & sometimes even have to open it when in 40 degree + weather. I'm 185 lbs & 5'8" to give you a reference & I find it to be snug but comforting after a long day of hiking or driving. I believe it is worth the cons, but sometimes they really do get frustrating. The zipper can get caught in the inside material of the bag, which can be frustrating when you really have to go to the bathroom. I have used this bag a lot, (usually 2 weeks of camping in a tent on a pad with a few day break in between) so maybe it is from over use, but the feathers have started coming out of the bag frequently after a year of having it. Lastly, when it was raining or really damp in the morning, there would be some condensation on the bag, even occasionally soaking it, which I would then have to air out next time we stopped. That was partly my not-so-great tent, but I was surprised at how soaked it felt, but I was always kept warm regardless. For backpacking, this bag comes with a fairly large cinch bag that will take up a decent amount of space, but you can probably get it to compress more with a smaller cinch bag. The comfort of this bag weighs heavy on the pros, so I would suggest seriously considering this bag for car/tent camping & backpacking. If wanting it for backpacking, consider getting a smaller cinch bag.
Date published: 2017-06-05
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I'm 5' 6" which is the top of the height range for the regular sized bag and I'm a little afraid it will be a bit of a tight fit. Is it a bad idea to go for the long instead? I'll be using it for snowboarding trips and I want to be really warm and comfy.

Asked by: hikinghannah
​The regular size is designed to fit some one up to 5' 6" comfortably. Having less empty room in the bag is actually a good thing if you want to stay really warm because it means there is less empty space for you to have to warm up, which makes the sleeping bag more thermally efficient.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-28

Will I be able to squeeze sleeping bag into 20L evac dry bag?

Asked by: Superunner
​Yes, with a little extra effort this sleeping bag will fit in a 20 liter dry bag.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-03

I am comparing this bag to another one that has a 800 down fill - this one has 650 but is rated to a lower temperature. Why is that? What is the relationship between fill and warmth?

Asked by: henry
A higher fill power does not mean that the sleeping bag will be warmer. The big advantage of a higher fill power is more compressibility to save room in your pack and an overall lighter sleeping bag. The higher the fill the less insulation is needed to reach the temperature rating.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-19

Does this sleeping bag come with a waterproof compression stuff sack? If not, what size stuff sack does it come with?

Asked by: treyguinn
A waterproof compression sack is not included. The included stuff sack is 9.5 x 19 inches or 22 liters in volume.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-16

What size compression sack would I use for this? Does it compress enough to carry on a long backpacking trip?

Asked by: L in Boulder
This sleeping bag includes a 22 liter stuff sack. A similar size compression sack can be used. It will compress well for backpacking.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-11

What would be the aproximate minimum temp that it would be able to keep warm for a women ?

Asked by: Shilpi
The EN Lower Limit is -12.3 degrees Fahrenheit.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-19

I was wondering what the best way to wash this sleeping bag is? I spent 6 months backpacking with this sleeping bag and it is pretty smelly!! I tried airing it out several times but the pungent smell remains.

Asked by: jro13
The following page details care instructions for sleeping bags: https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/caring-sleeping-bag.html
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-03

I'm 5 feet 7 inches, what size should I get? Regular ok?

Asked by: Superunner
​The regular length fits up to 5'6". The long fits up to 6'.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-21
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