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The Lunar III Regular is a three-season sleeping bag offering performance at a great price. Showcasing Mountain equipment’s Polarloft; the synthetic insulation is warm, durable, and compressible. Ideal for camping and backpacking trips, features include an anatomic hood and foot box to enhance your sleeping comfort. [Full Details]
The Lunar III Long is a three-season sleeping bag offering performance at a great price. Showcasing Mountain equipment’s Polarloft; the synthetic insulation is warm, durable, and compressible. Ideal for camping and backpacking trips, features include an anatomic hood and foot box to enhance your sleeping comfort. Ideal for taller users, this Long version has a maximum user height of 200cm. [Full Details]
Mountain equipment’s Helium 400 Regular is a superb sleeping bag. Lightweight, versatile, and packable, it is perfect for backpacking and bikepacking adventures. Insulated with 700-fill duck down: the box wall baffle construction and Alpine Fit 2.0 maximise thermal efficiency. A solid three-season performer, it gives the warmth needed for the cooler nights experienced in late spring and early autumn. [Full Details]
Mountain equipment’s Helium 400 Long is a superb sleeping bag. Lightweight, versatile, and packable, it is perfect for backpacking and bikepacking adventures. Insulated with 700-fill duck down: the box wall baffle construction and Alpine Fit 2.0 maximise thermal efficiency. A solid three-season performer, it gives the warmth needed for the cooler nights experienced in late spring and early autumn. Ideal for taller users, this Long version has a maximum user height of 200cm. [Full Details]

3 Season Sleeping Bags Buyers Guide

3 season sleeping bags probably have the longest usage range of any season rating. They are suitable for British summers, although may be too hot if the weather gets nice. And they can be used during the Easter period as well as late autumn.

They are not to be recommended for use during the winter, and definitely not in extreme weather conditions in mountainous or arctic areas.

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