The square bottomed shape of the Vango Latitude 300 Quad adds ample foot and legroom to a dependable expedition / adventure sleeping bag. With a suggested usage of between -7 and +20 degrees, this sleeping bag is perfect for use virtually the whole year round, using technology to achieve this, without creating a bulky pack size or weight. The Thermal Reverb system reflects heat back at the user, whilst the Insulite Helix provides good insulation at a low weight, enhanced by the Thermal Embrace System. The sleeping bags construction ensures both durability and comfort, with the Polair Experience Diamond Ripstop Polyester creating resilience, and the soft-feel Polair Silky fabric. Such features have led the Vango Latitude 300 range to be recommended by the Duke of Edingburgh Scheme and the Scout Association.
|Year of Manufacture||2018|
-7 to +20 degrees
Suggested Usage or Comfort Rating: Refers to the ideal temperature a sleeping bag should be used in. Gives an indication to the camper of how the sleeping can perform in certain conditions, and which temperatures the bag will be most comfortable in.
|Comfort/ Limit/ Extreme||
Comfort / Limit / Extreme
Comfort: This is the temperature the sleeping bag should ideally be used in to provide adequate warmth and comfort to the camper, and the best night's sleep.
Limit: The limit is the lower limit of temperature that the sleeping bag should be used in. The sleeping bag should not really be used in colder temperatures than the Limit Rating.
Extreme: The Extreme Rating, is the temperature that a person would "survive" the night in the sleeping bag, but not sleep or be in any comfort at all. The sleeping bag should only be used in this temperature as a last resort or emergency.
Season Rating refers to a sleeping bag's seasonal rating, which essentially explains how many seasons the sleeping bag can be used in across the year.
Polair Experience diamond ripstop polyester
Shell Fabric - this refers to the type of fabric used on the exterior fabric layer of the product. Polyester or Cotton are typically the usual choice for outdoor product exteriors.
Shell Lining refers to the interior lining of the sleeping bag, which will offer, comfort, warmth and insulation. Brushed polyester or cotton are the typical choices for the interior lining of a sleeping bag.
Off-set double layer construction
Synthetic Construction - this refers to the layers of a sleeping bag, how many layers of insulation it has and the type of construction. The more layers, or the thicker the layers, the warmer the bag.
|Overall Length (cms)||210|
|Maximum User Height (cm)||190|
|Chest width/ Foot width (cms)||80|
|Fill Weight (g/m²)||2 x 150g/m2|
|Pack Size Uncompressed (cm)||No|
|Pack Size (cm)||34 x 27|