Efficiently designed for three-season performance this upgraded mummy bag featuring water-resistant 700-fill ProDown™ a draft collar and fitted hood provides reliable warmth in temperatures as low as 15°F. Anti-compression pads ensure even distribution of insulation to prevent cold spots.
Now lighter and more compressible this 35-degree ProDown bag ideal for quick adventures in warmer climates is insulated with 700-fill ProDown™ our natural insulation featuring a water-resistant finish to absorb less water and dry faster than traditional down.
Whether you're backpacking in the winter or heading up a mountainside, sleeping comfortably can raise problems. Luckily, you can find a zero degree F sleeping bag to make even the coldest peaks more hospitable.
Ultra-warm down sleeping bags
Leave the extra sleeping pad and blankets at home. Go winter camping with just your winter sleeping bag and stay toasty all night. The 0°F temperature rating means most people can sleep in these bags comfortably down to 0° Fahrenheit and beyond. A draft collar protects your face from cold hair while a draft tube prevents gusts coming through the zipper. On particularly chilly nights, cinch the drawstring tight around your face for ultimate snug warmth.
These bags offer accessibility to the cold weather campsites you've been longing to visit. When you set up your tent at night, you know you'll stay warm inside. The mummy bag keeps your body heat close. Responsibly sourced goose down provides the insulation to keep you cozy until the morning.
Comfort and convenience for mountaineering trips
Our ultralight bags make for the perfect backpacking sleeping bag. A compression sack and storage stuff sack helps get your bag small enough for your technical pack. The high fill power cuts down on weight and bulk. The slim baffles make the bag easily compressible, leaving room for an extra Campshire fleece in your bag. The unisex design also leaves plenty of room when you lay down at night. Extra girth room in the main body lets you layer up to sleep or "maytag" in the bag. The vaulted foot box gives you space to move your feet or even store some gear.
Iconic The North Face durability
The backcountry isn't gentle to campers. The ripstop fabric of our sleeping bags helps prevent snags and abrasions from rough terrain. You pack a rain coat for rainy weather. For damp ground and dew, our bags are water-resistant and water-repellent to keep you dry, especially with proper care. Your bag is protected by a limited lifetime warranty.
What does 0 degree sleeping bag mean?
A zero degree sleeping bag has a temperature rating of 0°F. This means that the average sleeper will stay comfortably warm down to 0° Fahrenheit. The actual temperature you stay comfortable in each bag may vary based on your personal body heat.