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Gear Details: Sleeping Bags

Odin

Manufacturer: Valandre

Product Details:
Product Year2010
For Women:
Type:
Shape:Mummy
Temperature Rating (°F):-1
Shell Material:Ripstop
Fill Material:Down
Fill Power:850
Features:Hood, Insulated draft collar, Insulated zipper draft tube, Storage bag (large) included, Zipper options (e.g. left and right)
Lengths (inches): 77 ,73 ,69
Girth (inches):65
Weight(lbs, oz): 64
Price:$810
For those wanting to go deep into the mountains with a lighter load, the Odin is the perfect choice. The Odin offers -38°F (-39°C) protection at a mere 64.7 oz (1,836 g), using the Tubular Bell design and the best down available on the planet. The Odin performs in the harshest conditions. Valandré’s Tubular Bell construction uses 51 custom-cut fabric panels and baffles to perfectly conform to the human body from head to toe. This construction puts the maximum insulation where it is needed and keeps it there without needless compression of the down. The Odin’s draft collar is designed to gently seal around the neck by pulling on the adjustable semi-elasticized draw cord that is positioned for easy access from the inside of the bag. The hood completes the full-body insulation properties of the Odin. It wraps around the head and keeps an equal amount of insulation at all points, even when the static draw cord is fully tightened.

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