A super robust sleeping bag from the British Army. Not exactly compact, but so much more durable than current issue. We are told that these are good down to -8 °C and so 4 season, but I would say that in colder conditions, these bags would need to be used in conjunction with a bivi bag or sleeping bag liner.
Styles, zip lengths, exact dimensions and weights do vary. Some bags may be “Arctic”, but spec seems to be the same.
- Grade 1 (may have slight repairs, replacement zips, etc).
- Stuff sack included!
Length: Approx. 180cm (not including hood).
Width (at shoulder): Approx. 84cm.
Weight: 3 - 3.5kg.
Army Surplus Condition Guide:
The kit that we sell is in good condition however, may be a dirty, worn or have evidence of storage (dusty, funny smells, etc.).
Grade 1 – This kit has usually been issued, and thus may have evidence of its previous owner. Traces of toothpaste in wash bags, Army numbers on kit bags, slight repairs, fading, etc.
Grade 2 – This kit has usually been issued, and as well as factors detailed under Grade 1, also shows signs of significant wear and tear. Grade 2 equipment is serviceable - just not pretty. We do not actively buy Grade 2, but our supplier sometimes has a funny idea of what constitutes Grade 1. We try to list accurately.
New / Unissued – This kit has never been used but may have spent time in storage. Some New / Unissued kit may be a little dirty or show signs of wear.