This Montbell Down Hugger 800 fill sleeping bag is in EXCELLENT condition! Used less than 20 nights, it has been kept unstuffed and in a clean, dry, cool, and critter-free container. It's been pampered like a baby. It kept me toasty on my sucessful ascent of Mt. McKinley. This bag is definately one of the best! It's an older model of the Montbell "DOWN HUGGER 800 EXP. LONG" but is rated to -30 degrees (instead of the current -20 rating) and has a GORE Dryloft shell for extra protection from the elements. It weighs in at 4 lbs and comes with a stuff sack and storage sack. From Montbell: To create an even more comfortable system we utilize an elasticized thread in the stitch to create small "gathers" in the quilting. Through the combination of strategic seam orientation and the stretch provided by gathered quilting we offer unrivaled fit and comfort. These innovations allow the sleeping bag to move with you as you change positions throughout the night, drawing the 800 fill goose down closer to your body and eliminating drafty dead spaces. Keep body heat inside your sleeping bag, where it belongs. https://www.montbell.us/products/disp.php?cat_id=14004&p_id=2321164 (for comparison only) MSRP New = $729
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QUESTION: I'm 5'9 would this be too big, especially if it's the long
ANSWER: I'm also 5'9" and choose a "long" so I could put my boot liners andor water bottle in the foot of the bag to keep them warm. It's typical to get a "long" bag unless you're pretty short. I took a "regular" bag to Denali the first time I went and was sorry I didn't get a "long".
Montbell Montbell Down Hugger 800 EXP Long (-30 degree) EXCELLENT condition! 49% Off$375