Our Sleep Systems framework details how bags can be layered together and/or combined with clothing, but while different systems may have similar ratings to each other, sleeping comfortably isn’t simply a matter of numbers! So, in these case studies, we share some of the human experiences taken from development testing and from real-world use, so you can get a feel for different styles of Sleep System. As always, do feel free to contact us by phone or email if there’s anything you need to discuss.
February 09, 2020Viewed: 617
"Pete was using a Hispar 500 (rated to -15°C). I was in a Minim Overbag (rated to –5°C) with an Ultra Vest and Minimus Down Trousers and Socks. I was warm enough to sleep and so was Pete. The temperature varied between -18°C & -21°C all night."
February 09, 2020Viewed: 602
"The Wafers showed their real value when I had to get up in the early hours and walk the dog around in a wind chill of about -6°C ... Besides adding warmth inside the sleeping bag, they really proved the comfort value of having warm clothing on already."
February 09, 2020Viewed: 616
"The two bags feel like one, but it's somehow cosier. I have been warm, comfortable even delighted using these bags. I think it's good to look at the two bags as a system and as individual bits of kit. That way it does kinda cover the whole year."
February 04, 2020Viewed: 577
"Two smaller bags took up about the same space as my old bag, but were considerably easier to pack … I was very impressed with the system. It’s now so obvious - I can't believe it's taken me 30 years to apply this layering principle to my sleeping system."