Snugpak Softie 6 Kestrel Sleeping Bag OD
Snugpak Softie 6 Kestrel Sleeping Bag ODWhen you’re on the move, it’s vital that your gear is lightweight and easy to carry, as well as doing a great job keeping you warm and comfortable at night. The Snugpak Softie 6 Kestrel is one of our incredibly lightweight, micro size packs at just 18 x 19cm when fully compressed, making it the ultimate easy carrier.
Along with the rest of the Softie range, the benefits go on and on. The Snugpak Softie 6 Kestrel filling and lining give great insulation, trapping heat and maximising comfort; the design of the mummy-style shape brings additional warmth and comfort, the sleeping bag also has a snug fit hood that uses an adjustable cord to ensure a better night’s sleep, even when the temperature drops. Take a look below for even more benefits of this great sleeping bag!
At Survival Supplies Australia we carry a range of high quality Snugpak products.
Temperature Ratings for Sleeping BagSnugpak’s performance figures are drawn from over forty years of experience and customer feedback. Their comfort figure assumes you will be sleeping lightly clothed (thermal base layer or PJ’s) within a tent on a good quality sleep mat, at this external temperature the majority of users should feel comfortable and get a good night’s sleep. The low-temperature ratings are temperatures the sleeping bags have been used at by fit individuals with the minimum of discomfort. There are many variables involved in a good night’s sleep, including climate, altitude, fitness and metabolism, if in doubt stick to the comfort figure.
- Weight: 1200g
- Length: 220cm
- Width (Chest): 75cm
- Width (Knee): 60cm
- Width (Foot): 40cm
- Pack Size: 18cm x 19cm
- Colour: OD Green
- Origin: Manufactured in UK
- Temperature: Comfort: 0°c Extreme: -5°c
For a Guide to Snugpak's Sleeping Bag Dimensions and Temperature Ratings see our Snugpak Sleeping Bags Comparison Chart.
Ratings & Reviews
Good quality but rating overrated
I found the quality of this bag to be well made, and light; however I think the temperature rating of comfortable of 0 Degrees C to be over rated. I feel it is more like +5 degrees C. I was using a sea to summit bag liner and light under clothes. I am relatively fit and don't usually feel the cold, I would suggest that you go up one level of their recommendations.