New Robens sleeping bags enhance your outdoor adventures
Comprising three down and four synthetic insulation ranges, all 2020 sleeping bags come in a standard 195cm body length, with key models introducing options for children and short 175cm versions that are proving popular with female adventures and men with smaller frames. On the continuing journey to address environmental issues, all sleeping bags are PFC-free with the additional benefit of improved moisture transportation. RDS certified duck down is also used for insulation in relevant ranges.
Three new ranges introduce the Moraine and entry-level Spire synthetic and Spur down sleeping bags. Redesigns to further enhance performance include a stretch lining in the Serac and Glacier ranges to increase insulation and loft without compromising space and comfort. The Icefall now has a centre zip for easy access.
Spur NEW DOWN
Although 195cm body length is standard across Robens sleeping bags, the four new Spur models in three fill rates, include a Short 175cm version to reduce the amount of air space that saps body heat. All use RDS-certified 75/25 duck down with 500 fill power. The outer is 50D 300T polyester Taffeta and a PFC-free water repellent treatment improves moisture transportation. Heat loss is minimised by a zip baffle over the two-way YKK zip and the oversize contoured thermocollar that creates a snug fit.
Morraine NEW SYNTHETIC
The two Moraine sleeping bags offer low weight and a compact pack size perfect for travel and backpacking in warmer climes. This is thanks to the lightweight construction and the trapez relaxed cut that provides a comfortable level of freedom to move while maintaining performance. Fully featured, with high quality YKK L-shaped zip for ventilation at feet and an insulated zip baffle, they use the innovative MicroThermo filling that provides good insulation and compressibility
Spire NEW SYNTHETIC
The five new Spire models include a Short version at 175cm and Jr version at 140cm with the latter including safety features expected in a child’s sleeping bag. All use synthetic insulation with a two-layer construction. A PFC-free lining improves moisture transportation and heat loss is minimised by a zip baffle over the two-way YKK zip and the oversize contoured thermocollar that creates a snug fit.
Serac REDESIGNED DOWN
The new Serac models include a Short 175cm option. All have a stretch lining designed to increase insulation by separating inner from shell to create room in the individually-filled box wall chambers for the RDS-certified down to efficiently loft while minimising internal space to be heated without compromising comfort. Being PFC-free aids efficient removal of moisture. A compression stuff sack and mesh storage sack are provided to store in the best condition on tour and at home.
Glacier REDESIGNED SYNTHETIC
The three mummy-shaped sleeping bags all have AirThermo insulation with construction tailored to provide good levels of warmth in all situations to suit intended use. Key 2020 feature − the top half can stretch to quickly increase loft and insulation by pulling the PFC-free liner and upper apart when the bag is unpacked, or the occupant moves during the night. This also reduces any extra internal space that might sap body heat without compromising comfort.
Couloir EVOLVED DOWN
The award-winning premium Couloir range continues with increased body length, PFC-free finish and RDS-Certified down. The addition of a high waist drawcord keeps the Couloir in place to maintain warmth when sitting up.
Icefall EVOLVED SYNTHETIC
The popular Icefall range that uses Robens MicroThermo Highloft synthetic insulation, continues with increased body length, PFC-free finish and centre zip for easy access.
Finally, the iconic Prairie sleeping bag in the brand’s Outback range continues to capture the essence of the traditional American bed roll using OneThermo insulation sandwiched between a tough canvas shell and soft flannel lining. The unchanged design has an oversize YKK L-shaped two-way zip for easy access and ventilation options. Six snap buttons are used to secure the detachable double base layer that acts as a head rest – loose pillow included. The fabric head rest features straps so it can be used as a carry bag to secure the Prairie bed roll.