Patagonia’s new sleeping bag is inspired by the bag Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard built for himself 45 years ago. It was a simple mummy-style bag with overstuffed channels and a center-front zipper that kept him warm while still allowing him to easily belay and cook. The new 850 Down Sleeping Bag from Patagonia is the culmination of 45 years of down construction expertise.
Patagonia’s first-ever full down sleeping bag features a classic mummy shape, large baffles, and a full-length center zipper. The down is some of the warmest and lightest around and in standard Patagonia fashion can be traced from farm to factory. The bag comes in two versions: a 19-degree bag with differential baffle construction and a 30-degree bag with standard stitch-through construction. Both bags have a shell made of ultralight Y-yarn nylon, a very spacious foot compartment, a luxurious Patagonia Houdini fabric liner and a large drawstring hood.
The Patagonia 850 Down Sleeping Bag is available for purchase now, ranging in price from $379 to $519.