Mountain Hardwear UltraLamina 32 Sleeping Bag

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Description

Filled with hydro-phobic Thermic Micro™ synthetic insulation, the Mountain Hardwear Ultralamina 32 Sleeping Bag is ideal for soggy sleeping conditions. The wind-resistant exterior is made of soft nylon taffeta. Dual side zips let you sit up and cook or read with both arms out and the rest of you inside. The zippered shoulder-height stash pocket gives you a secure spot for nocturnal essentials like a headlamp or contacts. A spacious foot box provides sleeping additional comfort. Anytime you're headed for an expedition to a wet, temperate climate, you'll want the Mountain Hardwear Ultralamina 32 Sleeping Bag.

Specifications

  • EN rating temperature-limit: 37 F, 3 C
  • EN rating temperature-comfort: 46 F, 8 C
  • Insulation: synthetic Thermic Micro™
  • Shell material: 20D Tafetta (Nylon/Poly Cross Dye)
  • Lining material: 20D Nylon Taffeta
  • Shape: Mummy
  • Ultralight shell is soft and highly wind resistant
  • Comfort Footbox follows natural foot position for maximum warmth and comfort
  • Dual #5 zippers minimize weight and provide ventilation options
  • Internal zippered pocket at shoulder for storage
  • Face gasket and tailored hood comfortably block drafts at the hood opening and seal in warmth
  • Sil-Nylon compression stuff sack and mesh storage sack included
  • Loft: 3 in, 8 cm
  • Stuff Size: 6 in, 17 cm
  • Shoulder girth: regular 60 in, long 62 in
  • Hip girth: regular 56 in, long 58 in
  • Bag length: regular 78 in, long 84 in
  • Weight: 1 lb 16 oz, 898 g (regular)

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Review Summary

4.6 out of 5

7 Reviews

Pros
  • Great value: 4
  • Build quality: 3
  • Ease of use: 3
  • Performance: 3

Durability: 4.4 / 5
Quality: 4.4 / 5
Features: 4 / 5
Warmth: 4.3 / 5
Fit: 4 / 5
Weight: 1.4 / 5

7 Ratings & Reviews

Durability: 4 / 5
Features: 3 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
Weight: 2 / 5
Brettinnj
top1000Contributor

from Northern NJ
45-54 yrs

Good for the money
October 01, 2011

I like this bag because it packs small (7x10) and is light for a synthetic bag. I gave it 4 stars because it is more like a 40 degree bag and the fit is rather tight. It is a tighter fit than my 0 degree Banshee. (for the record, I'm 5-9, 175 lbs)

Pros: Great value

Great bag, light and compact, strong design, not warm enough
July 27, 2009

I purchased a set of these bags for use in Northeast early summer camping, where temps were reaching the mid to low 40s at night. We didn't find the bags to be warm enough (both women), despite the 32 degree rating. All other features of the bag were wonderful; loft, compressibility, comfort of the materials (especially the hood) and durability. I've returned this set, and purchased the Ultralamina with a 15 degree rating as replacements.

Great for backpacking
January 17, 2009

I have used the Ultralamina 32 on a couple 3-5 day backpacking trips, and I am totally satisfied with it. I really haven't found another bag that combines its features for the same price. I bought it because it is lightweight (less than 2 lb.) and packs up very small (6 x 11 inches)...perfect for an extended trip. My wife gave this bag her stamp of approval at 40 degrees, which tells me any normal person would be comfortable at 32 degrees. I liked this bag enough to buy a second one.

Durability: 4 / 5
Features: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
FitPads: 4 / 5
Warmth: 4 / 5
Weight: 2 / 5
over50
from Chicagp, IL
45-54 yrs

last minute purchase
July 02, 2011

Was looking to shave weight for my first multiday BP trip on the West coast Trail. Saw the reviews for this bag and rolled the dice. It performed great. It was just a tad short for my 6ft but not uncomfortable. The neck draw cord also tends to slip open as it has a funky kind of securing device. I plan to replace the one provided with an aftermarket one similar to the hood draw. We woke up one morning to some tent leakage that dripped right on me but felt nothing inside the bag. Most nights were in the low 50s or high 40s and I was very comfortable with minimal sleep wear.

Pros: Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Durability: 4 / 5
Features: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
Weight: 1 / 5
BrianKDC2011
from AT
25-34 yrs

Great light weight bag
January 30, 2012

I've been looking for a nice lightweight bag that wouldn't break the bank, and this bag fits the bill nicely. I went for the long version, which was a wise choice. At 6'1, there's no way that I would have comfortably fit into the standard length bag, but the long bag leaves a small bit of wiggle room at the feet. It's warm without being restrictive (good for us side sleepers), and comes with a loose storage bag and a small compression sack that is roughly the size of a small peanut butter jar.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use, Great value, Performance
Durability: 5 / 5
Features: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
Warmth: 4 / 5
Weight: 1 / 5
INeedHungry
from Arizona
25-34 yrs

Great Bag
January 25, 2011

This bag packs very very small. It is very light weight as well. Great for long backpacking trips where weight is very important. Being that is 32 deg, its great for summer and warmer seasons. It seems to hold true to its warmth rating. Warmth can be improved with a sleeping back protector/cover for colder nights. I would recommend this bag to friends and family. Great product, it also comes with a stow back and stuff sack. I like the dual short zipper design.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use

Warm, light and compactible. Great on 12-day backpacking trek.
August 09, 2009

I purchased this bag for my teenage son to take on a 12-day 70-mile backpacking trip at Philmont in New Mexico (late July to early Aug). Since this was a Boy Scouts' trek, down sleeping bags were not permitted for scouts. We chose this synthetic filled bag because of its lightweight and compactness for backpacking. This bag worked very well on the trip. It was warm enough for the weather that varied over the 2 weeks, including an unexpected ice storm. The bag comes with a compression sack that compacts the bag to about the size of a sack of flour. This allowed the bag to be carried within the backpack where it could be kept dry during Philmont's "monsoon" season.

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Available sizes, while supplies last, include size reg and size long: reg, long.

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