|Specs||Small||Regular||Long||Regular Wide||Long Wide|
|Fill Weight (ounces)||850fp||900fp||850fp||900fp||850fp||900fp||850fp||900fp||850fp||900fp|
|Total Weight (ounces)||25.3||24.1||26.8||25.5||29.0||27.6||29.1||27.7||31.1||29.6|
|Loft Single Side||3.25"||3.25"||3.25"||3.25"||3.25"|
|Shoulder Width||54 inches (Similar to 63" mummy bag)||54 inches (Similar to 63" mummy bag)||54 inches (Similar to 63" mummy bag)||58 inches (Similar to 67" mummy bag)||58 inches (Similar to 67" mummy bag)|
|Hip Width||45 inches||45 inches||45 inches||49 inches||49 inches|
|Foot Width||40 inches||40 inches||40 inches||44 inches||44 inches|
|Packed Size||7 X 13.5 inches 9 Liters||7 X 13.5 inches 9 Liters||7 X 13.5 inches 9 Liters||9 X 15 inches 15.5 Liters||9 X 15 inches 15.5 Liters|
|Specs||Small||Regular||Long||Regular Wide||Long Wide|
|Fill Weight (grams)||850fp||900fp||850fp||900fp||850fp||900fp||850fp||900fp||850fp||900fp|
|Total Weight (grams)||717||683||760||723||822||782||825||785||882||839|
|Loft Single Side||8.3cm||8.3cm||8.3cm||8.3cm||8.3cm|
|Shoulder Width||137cm (Similar to 160cm mummy bag)||137cm (Similar to 160cm mummy bag)||137cm (Similar to 160cm mummy bag)||147cm (Similar to 170cm mummy bag)||147cm (Similar to 170cm mummy bag)|
|Packed Size||18cm X 34cm 9 Liters||18cm X 34cm 9 Liters||18cm X 34cm 9 Liters||23cm X 38cm 15.5 Liters||23cm X 38cm 15.5 Liters|
I had to go back to this site to say this is the most amazing quilt ever! I was hesitant about buying a quilt over a sleeping bag. I am 5'5" and 125# and in my "50s". I bought the 5'6" which was perfect. The fluffy collar snaps to keep around your neck and the foot cinch can be loosened or tightened & snapped closed. The half zipper at the foot is perfect because you can still roll on your side & bend your legs without your feet coming uncovered. I tried the quilt out at home in 30 degree weather and than in August when I hiked the PCT through Oregon. It kept me comfortable in all temperatures. I did wear warmer "pajamas" in the 30 degree weather. I used the straps around my Kylmit Pad (R rating of 4) in the cold weather, but never used them on my hike. There were a couple nights of about 40 that I had to tuck the quilt around me, but I never got cold. The best thing about the quilt is it made me feel comfortable in the wilderness. It was so cozy & warm and it even blocked out the sound of a couple of horrendous wind storms!
I will never return to a traditional mummy bag. This quilt is very toasty and nonrestrictive, perfect for cold and restless sleepers.
Only been out on one trip with it so far ' 4 days in Holy Cross ' but so far, it's been fantastic. So compact! (get a good silnylon compression sack). So nice and light to carry. And yet so versatile as well. I'm 5'9_, but I got the 6'6_ wide / 900fp HyperDRY because I love to use my quilts wide open so I can freely move about. And the extra coverage is totally worth it IMO. Will the HyperDRY live up to it's name? Time will tell. But I thought it was worth it. You really can't be too careful with down. Those nights in Holy Cross were warm (been a hot, dry summer in Colorado). At bedtime it was probably still 55 degrees out. I worried I might be too warm in a brand new 15 degree rated fully lofted quilt. But with a loose drape of the quilt, ditching my hat, and hanging my feet out the bottom, I found that the quilt actually regulated the temperature quite well. And unlike other bags I've had, the Pertex fabrics of the Katabatic shell breathed nicely & moisture buildup on the fabric was not a problem, nor did I feel clammy. By morning, the temp had maybe dropped to the high 30s. So I haven't gotten a chance to really push the temp rating yet. But with the quilt still wide open, the addition of a light fleece hat on the head, and my feet tucked back under, in the high 30s, I was so warm and cozy and comfortable I never wanted to get up. My highest quality bedding now lives in my tent. As for longevity, that of course remains to be seen. But the detail of the product is superb in every respect. It's also got some great little features that some of the other guys miss. Being able to close the footbox without leaving a drafty hole, for example. Katabatic fixed this by adding an additional snap. And it works great. And all the snaps have also been reinforces with swatches of much thicker fabric to eliminate the possibility of tears due to fabric fatigue in those high stress areas down the road. I love a company to pays careful attention to it's products (and it's customers). I also love that I was able to keep my money in Colorado, buying from a small specialty shop. Well done, Katabatic. So far, it's fantastic.
This is my absolute favorite bag among a long list of bags I've owned over many, many years. It is so versatile. I have replaced two bags of overlapping temperature ranges with it.
In a decade of backpacking this is the first time I've been truly comfortable, using the lightest bag I've ever owned. I have the 10 degree long version with no overstuff. I'm 6_ and I'm glad I got the long. Those extra few inches make a big difference in being able to pull the draft collar tighter around my shoulders and neck. The 10 degree bag kept me toasty warm on a windy night that got down to about freezing, paired with a 10 degree torso length underquilt in my hammock. In warmer weather I've been able to easily adjust the tightness of the collar to regulate temperature. I could not be happier with this purchase.