Tuesday, 30 June 2015 11:58

Thermarest Antares HD 3 season down sleeping bag tested and reviewed

Written by 
Rate this item
(0 votes)

Thermarest Antares HD

One of the new generation of lightweight sleeping bags with reduced insulation on the underside, the Thermarest Antares HD forms part of a sleep system to include a NeoAir inflatable mat with straps to keep the two held together. With Nikwax Hydrophobic Down the Antares HD is better protected from the elements than ever before and the whole bag has been been body mapped to provide Zoned Insulation for full 3 season use.

What the manufacturers say:

Now featuring Nikwax® Hydrophobic Down and a ThermaCapture™ lining for advanced, lightweight warmth, the three-season Antares HD can handle just about anything from early spring to late fall. It has also been updated with our new Zoned Insulation, adding a light layer of sewn-through insulation to the bottom of the bag. This helps reduce drafts when joined with your mattress, and frees you to use your bag in a hostel or your friend’s couch–wherever you don’t need a camp mattress. We do recommend outdoor use however. It’s just more fun that way.

Price: £420

Thermarest Antares HD

In the Antares HD Thermarest have targetted the growing number of users who are counting the grams but don't want to give up on a little bit of luxury. With Zoned Insulation and mat attachment straps they've transferred the responsibility of insulation from the ground from the sleeping bag to the mat while boosting internal warmth with a reflective lining.

Description

What the manufacturers say:

Now featuring Nikwax® Hydrophobic Down and a ThermaCapture™ lining for advanced, lightweight warmth, the three-season Antares HD can handle just about anything from early spring to late fall. It has also been updated with our new Zoned Insulation, adding a light layer of sewn-through insulation to the bottom of the bag. This helps reduce drafts when joined with your mattress, and frees you to use your bag in a hostel or your friend’s couch–wherever you don’t need a camp mattress. We do recommend outdoor use however. It’s just more fun that way.

Price: £420

Last modified on Sunday, 23 October 2016 11:58