If you are doing most of your trips in Summer, spring or even fall then this is the sleeping bag for your motorbike travel. Light weight only 544 Gram and compact its nice and easy to fit in and shave of your weight. You can even carry it with you if you decide to wonder around away from the bike.

It is also a very comfortable sleeping bag, well done and have some good technical properties with excellent price to quality ratio. please note does not include the sleeping mat. This yellow collored pictured

Now the boring stuff from the manufacturer

The Ember EbI sleeping bag from Sea to Summit offers a clever solution for absolute minimalists who still need more space. On hot days it is a comfortable quilt, when it gets cooler it can be practically stretched around the sleeping mat so that no insulation is lost. With adjustable straps and a retractable foot section, the quilt almost fits any mat.

The Ember EbI sleeping bag’s enormous weight saving is also due to the bulky goose down and the fine, light outer fabrics. The down is certified according to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) and therefore comes from species-appropriate husbandry. It has also been waterproofed to be insensitive to moisture. A stitched box chamber construction keeps the down in place.

The Ember EbI sleeping bag is an interesting alternative for touring cyclists, long-distance hikers and anyone who travels long distances for summer tours. Can only be combined with other Ember sleeping bags.

Sport & application:
• hiking, camping
• Trekking
suitable for:
• Gentlemen, ladies
• Down sleeping bags
• down, DWR impregnation
• 90/10 Down
• down 850 Cuin
• mummy shape
• connectable, water-repellent outer material, water-repellent down, breathable
• comfort temperature: 10 ° C
• temperature limit: 4 ° C
• incl. packsack, usable as blanket, mounting loops
• Production:
• animal friendly produced down, RDS certification
• Main material: 100% polyamide
• Filling: 100% down
• contains non-textile parts of animal origin

10 in stock

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