Does Mountain Hardwear make good sleeping bags?


Does Mountain Hardwear make good sleeping bags?

The Mountain Hardwear Lamina 30 is a standard workhorse sleeping bag. It weighs a half pound or so more than some nicer down bags and doesn’t pack quite as small, but grab one without taking out a loan. It’s also filled with synthetic insulation that won’t clump or lose all its warmth if it gets wet.

Where are Mountain Hardwear made?

Mountain Hardwear is a subsidiary of Columbia Sportswear based in Richmond, California that manufactures and distributes apparel, accessories and equipment primarily for the high performance needs of mountaineering enthusiasts and outdoor athletes, as well as for consumers who are inspired by the outdoor lifestyle.

Are polyester sleeping bags good?

Nylon, Polyester, Taffeta – found in the most basic bags, these materials are perhaps the least durable used. They are best for indoor or family oriented camping trips – i.e. nothing that will test the durability. They are, however, breathable and low-cost. Recommended for drier conditions.

Can you zip Mountain Hardwear sleeping bags together?

Mating Rectangular Sleeping Bags To connect two rectangular sleeping bags, open both sleeping bags completely, unfold the bags to double their size and lay one on top of the other, lining to lining, and zip together from the middle of the foot of the sleeping bags around the perimeter of the joined bags and voila!

Where are thermarest sleeping bags made?

Nestled between the Cascade Range and Puget Sound, our design and manufacturing facilities have been crafting the finest sleeping pads and camp gear since 1972. We take a lot of pride in the fact that we’ve kept manufacturing in our hometown of Seattle.

Is Mountain Hardwear out of business?

Jess F. To protect the health and safety of consumers, our employees, and the communities where we operate, our North America brick and mortar retail stores are closed until further notice.

Is synthetic or down better for sleeping bag?

In our research, Hydrophobic Down™ is proven to absorb 70% less moisture than untreated down and dries three times faster. When pitted against each other, however, a synthetic bag still outperforms a treated down bag in very wet conditions.

Is synthetic as warm as down?

Down is lighter and weight-for-weight it’s warmer than synthetic insulation. But down fails to insulate when it’s wet. Synthetic insulation, on the other hand, maintains its insulating power in damp conditions.

How long will a synthetic sleeping bag last?

If it’s made of high-quality materials with strong seams and stitches, then that number can be increased to over ten years. With proper care, top-end sleeping bags can last you up to 15 years. But even if you don’t take care of your bag, it will last for at least three years.