Astro Pro 800 L

Down sleeping bag

Art.No. 3712821-5907
470.00 incl. VAT
In Stock
In stock | Delivered in 7 - 8 business days
Colour redwood-paprika

Specification


Weight
1400 g + 40 g Stuff sack
Filling material
Grey Duck Down
Fill quality
650+cuin+ cuin (IDFB), (90/10)
Filling weight
850g
Main Material
Grey Duck Down, 20D PA Ripstop + DWR, 20D PA Ripstop
Length
220 cm
Shoulder width
92 cm
Body size
185 - 200 cm
Pack size
ø 13 cm x 40 cm
Minimum temperature
-14 °C

Description


The Astro Pro is our expedition-grade down sleeping bag for alpine adventures with a tent or for sleeping under the stars. The lining stretches up to 25% widthwise, hugging the shape of your body. It gives this bag a spacious feel while trapping warmth inside the bag. A three-dimensional, ergonomic footbox provides superior insulation in the sensitive area around the feet, with plenty of room to move around. All of the Astro Pro bags are bluesign® products and made using only RDS-certified down.

Your optimal companion for


Camping / Backpacking (5 of 5)
Expedition (5 of 5)
Trekking (4 of 5)

  • Storage bag
  • Dryzone
  • Ergofoot
  • Large
  • PowerBox
  • Stretch Comfort System
  • Insulating collar
  • Inner pocket for valuables
  • bluesign® product
  • Certified Animal Welfare

Grey Duck Down
Since June 2015, we have been using exclusively down that is certified according to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS). The benefits of this are: no live plucking, no force feeding, traceability in the supply chain, animal welfare guaranteed at all levels, checks by independent certification institutes worldwide. Weight ratio 90/10: with down sleeping bags the quality of the down is the decisive criterion. This is primarily expressed by the mixing ratio of down to small/support feathers. The mixing ratio is given in weight percentages, which means with a percentage of >90/10< that the filling is made up of 90% down and 10% small feathers (mix ratio). Fill power / cu in: A high-quality sleeping bag should have a fill power of at least 650 cu in (cubic inches). This measurement in cubic inches per ounce of down shows the quality of the loft and expansion power of the filling. High-quality down has a loft volume of 650 cu in per 1 ounce (28.3g). A loft of 550 cu in and higher is good; of 650 excellent; and 800 is almost impossible to beat. Ultimately, the higher the volume, the better the insulation value.
20D PA Ripstop + DWR

With a square meter weight of With 38g/sqm this 20D Polyamide offering very good weight to performance ratio. This item is specifically treated with a PFC free DWR allowing quicker dry time.

20D PA Ripstop

With a square meter weight of With 38g/sqm this 20D Polyamide offering very good weight to performance ratio.


  • * D stands for denier. This describes the yarn weight. 600D corresponds to 600 grams per 9000 meters.
  • * PES stands for polyester. PES fibres are very tear and abrasion resistant and hardly absorb moisture.
  • * PA stands for polyamide. PA fibres are extremely durable and abrasion-resistant. They are also characterized by high elasticity and low weight.

Details


-7° C
Comfort
THE COMFORT TEMPERATURE is based on the lowest temperature at which a ‘standard’ woman (25 yrs. / 60 kg / 160 cm) can expect to sleep comfortably in a relaxed position. This range ensures a comfortable sleep, also for inexperienced users.
-14° C
Limit
THE LIMIT TEMPERATURE is based on the lowest temperature at which a ‘standard’ adult male (25 yrs. / 70 kg / 173 cm) can expect to sleep comfortably in a relaxed position. An experienced user can optimise the insulation qualities by his choice of clothing and further factors.
-35° C
Extreme
THE EXTREME TEMPERATURE is a survival only rating for a ‘standard’ adult woman. She can remain for six hours without sleep. Without risk of death from hypothermia, but with a risk of other damages to health (such as frostbite).
tested according to ISO EN 23537
bluesign® product

bluesign® product

Consumer products that carry the bluesign® product label conform to the strict safety and environmental requirements of the bluesign® system criteria. The textiles and accessories used to manufacture the products with the bluesign® approved label are produced in a way that saves valuable resources and has a minimum impact on people and the environment.

Certified Animal Welfare

Certified Animal Welfare

  • No live plucking
  • No force feeding
  • Traceability in the supply chain
  • Checks made by independent certification institutions worldwide
  • Animal welfare guaranteed at all levels

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