Hyke & Byke Shavano 32 F Ultralight Mummy Down Sleeping Bag for Backpacking with Compression Sack

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Hyke & Byke Shavano 32 F Ultralight Mummy Down Sleeping Bag for Backpacking with Compression Sack

Hyke & Byke Shavano 32 F Ultralight Mummy Down Sleeping Bag for Backpacking with Compression Sack Add to cart

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This premium quality ultralight 32 Degree mummy duck down sleeping bag for backpacking is the lightest, most compressible bag with the highest quality available under $100.00.

Professionally designed for thru-hiking, backpacking, and camping, this bag boasts superior weight-to-warmth ratio and the ultimate sleeping bag for saving space and weight.

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►This bag comes with top of the line 400T Rip-Stop Nylon Fabric, heavy duty YKK zippers, grid designed baffles to retain heat evenly, 90/10 premium quality duck down filling to ensure extra loft and an amazing warmth-to-weight ratio!

►Fits up to 6' 1" tall for size Regular and 6'-6" for size Long and weighs under 2 lbs even with the compression bag! We believe this bag is truly the lightest and warmest bag available under $100.00!

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds

Customer Reviews

Great value

24 people found this helpful.
 on November 4, 2016
By Ted James
I really love the feel of this bag’s material and it packs extremely small and light. Just be careful when cinching down the compression sack because they straps can rip from the base. This happened to me, and Hyke and Byke sent me a new compression sack after sending them a few pictures of the malfunction. I have reinforced the stitching, and haven’t had a problem since. If I could, I would probably rate this 4.5 stars because I did get a little cold when the temperature dropped to about 35 degrees F. I was wearing thin wool socks, long-johns and a long-sleeve microfiber shirt. I threw on my fleece and was perfectly comfortable and warm. My only other complaint is some zipper snagging, but that really isn’t an issue.

Great Down Bag for Price!

8 people found this helpful.
 on September 29, 2016
By K Jensen
Purchased for a 5-day hike-camp trip in the Porkies in a few weeks. This bag is near half the size and weight of my previous bag (Big Agnes). I was a little hesitant at first as I saw it was duck down vs. goose. I’ve heard that duck down bags could be a bit smelly, especially if they get wet. I scrutinized the reviews of this bag and no one mentioned anything about smell so I took a chance on it (can’t beat it for the price). Well, I can put any fears at ease if you’re worried about smell. No funky smell at all. I even got it wet during a test hike when my water bladder failed. I hung it by the straps that are attached to the bottom/foot-area to dry—after drying still no smell. I’m 5’10”, 215lbs, with a wide build and the Regular size fit’s fine.

Decent Choice with options….

31 people found this helpful.
 on June 27, 2016
By Justin D.
I purchased this bag for backpacking. I was attracted to the weight and price, as well as the temperature rating. The bag is a nice material and seems to be a good quality. I am new to backpacking, so I don’t have a lot to compare it to yet, but here is what I know…..

Slept well in winter camping!

2 people found this helpful.
 on January 9, 2017
By Brynn
I was impressed at how warm I was with a 3-season tent, no sleeping pad, and “little hotties” in my socks on an Xmas camping trip with nightly lows in the mid-20’s F. I usually wake up a million times during the night when camping. This time I only woke up once, and that was because of an earthquake!

Excellent Super light weight bag.

2 people found this helpful.
 on January 14, 2017
By Guggi
Super light weight, UNBELIEVABLY LIGHT but still quite warm and packs down very compact. Given at Xmas to nephew, he love it! Has another 0 degree bag but that is often too hot for most of the year bike trips. This one is perfect

Good sleeping bag

11 people found this helpful.
 on October 22, 2016
Good sleeping bag, that’s well made and very comfortable and light weight perfect for backpacking! I used it on a 6 day backpacking trip in the California Eastern Sierra during august. Most of the time spent above 10000 feet! So the nights were a little nippy. Inside tent while sleeping I had a watch with thermometer capability and was able to track inside temps. Needless to say the coldest inside temp one night was 36 degrees, and I was a little too cold even to an uncomfortable level, sleep was disturbed by this fact. This was despite wearing light weight silky thermal long john and long sleeve shirt, which are light duty, not very warm thermals and a beanie to keep my head warm. I also didn’t wear any socks and forgot my old trick of stuffing the footing area with other clothing I planned on wearing the next day and also for extra insulation and warmth as my feet almost always get cold. I learned my lesson after that and the next night sleeping in much higher elevation around 11060 feet which hit around 43 degrees in the tent I wore my heavy duty black thermals with thick wool socks and beanie. Given the higher temps and warmer clothing I slept nice and comfortably (not toasty, but just right). My conclusion: Pros light weight and small for backpacking, Con: not very warm and god forbid you sleep at 32 degrees or below…good luck with that. Better wear those arctic heavy duty thermals that weigh a 1lb alone and maybe an extra layer to have a decent night of rest. Your sacrificing warmth and overall comfort for something light weight and compactable by buying this bag. I’d say buy if you’re hiking low elevations less than 8k feet in the spring or summer and plan on temps being in the 48 and above range at night.

So far so good. Been on two overnights with it

One person found this helpful.
 on February 6, 2017
By stephen grieger
So far so good. Been on two overnights with it. Lowest it got was about 52 degrees outside. Slept in shorts and t shirt with sea to summit inflatable sleeping pad. could have probably thrown some socks on as feet got slightly chilled. I’m a Floridian so have thin skin to begin with. So it’s passed the “Florida Winter” test for me. Used on an overnight backpacking trip and loved how compact it packs down compared to my synthetic sleeping bag. So 5 stars for packing and weight. Section Hiking Georgia Section of AT in June this year so am not sure how good of a bag this will be for the warmer/wetter weather. Will update then.
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