Forge Tackle Forge Tackle Sherpa 4 sleeping bag

4 season sleeping bag, compatible with the Forge Sleeping Cover, temp. range from -10 ° C to 15 ° C, temp. range with sleeping cover from -15 ° C to 10 ° C, 3000mm hydro head waterproof peach colored outer lining, 210D waterproof rip-stop polyester fabric
Article number:
In stock
Delivery time:
3 to 5 Days


Incl. tax

Four season sleeping bag with high insulation filling and peach skin outer lining with 3000mm hydrostatic head waterproof rating, the Forge Sherpa 4 Sleeping Bag has been designed to be used all year round providing exceptional insulation even during the coldest winter nights. Plenty of adjustable bed straps for a safe and stable set up, the head part feature an ultra comfortable thermal fleece lining while the internal part is lined with 190T polyester, a material that provide the best possible insulation and the lowest friction possible so you can turn and twist inside the sleeping bag with ease. Around the head section there is an additional shaped contour, extremely helpful when sleeping under the stars or in a open shelter to reduce the cold air flow around your head and shoulders.

  • 4 season rated sleeping bag.
  • Compatible with the Forge Sleeping Cover to increase insulation.
  • Temperature range from -10 ° C to 15 ° C.
  • Temperature range with additional sleeping cover from -15 ° C to 10 ° C.
  • Oversized quick release zipper in both sides.
  • Side flaps to protect the zipper.
  • 3000mm hydrostatic head waterproof peach skin outer lining.
  • 210D waterproof rip-stop polyester fabric on the foot section.
  • 190T polyester inner lining.
  • Ultra soft thermal fleece lining on the head and shoulder section.
  • Silk shaped hollow fiber 460g / m2 filling.
  • Dimensions W205cm D90cm.
  • Transport size W50cm Dia.32cm.
  • Weight 2820g.
  • Waterproof compression sack included.
0 stars based on 0 reviews Add your review
By using our website, you agree to the usage of cookies to help us make this website better. Hide this message More on cookies »