Sleeping Bags » Phantom 32 Sleeping Bag by Mountain Hardware

The Phantom 32 is a really light, warm and compact two-season sleeping bag. The Phantom 32 is built to a snug mummy fit from Superlight 15 denier fabric and insulated with 800-fill down.

* Temperature Rating: 32°F / 0°C
* Insulation Material: 800-fill Goose Down
* Shell Material: Super Light 15D Ripstop (with breathable clear pu)
* Liner Material:20D Nylon Taffeta
* Length:78″ /178cm
* Shoulder Girth:60″ /152.4cm
* Foot Girth:38″ /96.52cm
* Weight:22.683oz / 642.577g
* Comfort Footbox follows natural foot position for maximum warmth and comfort

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Comments (4)

matt gilbertNovember 12th, 2008 at 9:54 am

I think this is a great bag. I find the rating a little optimistic, but I won’t hold that against the bag since most manufacturers are using an “extreme” rating for their products. I’ve been comfortable in this bag with no shelter as cold as about 40 degrees, with a liner I’ve used it in freezing conditions. I’ve used this bag in all kinds of conditions (from cold and damp to cool and dry), in all kinds of shelters (tents, open air, bivies, tarps, and it’s never let me down. It is compact and lightweight and I would recommend it for anyone looking for a good mid-season bag.

Nathan GallionAugust 21st, 2010 at 7:29 pm

I used this bag during the 2010 CTR and it got wet and dried, re lofted, packed light, and kept me warm while sleeping naked and mostly unzipped.

erin c.February 9th, 2012 at 7:47 pm

I have used this bag in less than 32 degrees and I wasn’t that cold. great bag for the weight.

mbraun73May 15th, 2012 at 1:40 pm

Great sleeping bag, I have used it on the Coconino 250 2011 (~25F on Mingus Mountain) and also during the StageCoach 400 2012, plus many Alaska summer rides. I do carry a luxury Exped inflatable sleeping pad with me on most rides, which I think helps for warmth and comfort (not lightweight and speed though 😉

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