Who says ultralight can’t be sexy? This double bag weighs little more than many single sacks in its temp category, but lets you and your sweetie share, er, warmth. “I’ve zipped bags together and tried heavier doubles,” says one tester. “This is a revelation.” The 900-fill love nest is much more than an extra-wide bag. The key innovation: Independently adjustable hoods, draft collars, and footboxes that maximize insulation in subfreezing temps.
Feathered Friends says the complex design took eight years to develop. Premium down, wispy Pertex UL fabric, and the absence of bottom insulation further reduce weight. The Spoonbill has no official rating, but our consensus: Five inches of loft and shared warmth make this a legit winter (above zero) bag. Our testers had to open the individual, two-way zippers because they found the bag too warm on a 25°F night in Arizona. Bonus: The Spoonbill fit our 6’6” tester. $800; 2 lbs. 9 oz. (reg.); two lengths; also available with 850-fill and Schoeller Nanospshere shell for $100 less; featheredfriends.comAn ultra light backpacking bag for two people. A snug fit on this double bag with two separate collars and half zip on both sides. There is no insulation on the bottom; use a custom cut pad or an insulated mattress.
Available in NanoSphere by Schoeller or in Pertex Endurance
Sewn in Seattle, WA, USA