An ultra- warm, comfortable and lightweight sleeping bag that packs down to a very small size.
Designed for long distance backpackers and expeditioners, the Vango Ultralite 900 Sleeping Bag is very lightweight without compromising on warmth, with a small pack size.
It's off-set double construction keeps cold spots at bay, to give you a more comfortable and peaceful night’s sleep.
- Off-set, double-layer construction
- Mini-ripstop nylon shell with water resistant finish
- Super-soft mini-ripstop nylon lining
- 'Thermal Embrace' System for extra comfort
- Insulite® Superfine insulation
- Insulated adjustable shoulder baffle
- 3D hood with multi-cord closure, 3D Insulated zip baffle
- ¾ length, low-profile, two-way auto-lock zip
- Reflective tab on zip cover, zip guard with anti-catch piping
- Hanging loops
- Internal pocket
- Two-part compression sac
- Arrow foot
- Omega shaping
- Temperature ratings independently measured in accordance with EN 13537:2002
||-5 to 20°C
||3 to 4 Season
||215 x 80 x 50cm
|Max. User Height:
||100% Nylon Ripstop
||1400g (1500g with stuffsack)
||23 x ø17cm (5.2 litres)
||2 x 130 Top & Bottom (900g total)
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Kept me warm, 04 May 2014
By Bb (Glasgow)
Kept me warm at 5 degrees however I found the multi cord closure and the zip very footery and annoying. They are all to the left of the bag and I am right handed and as a result, during the night, I found altering these difficult. There's not much room in this bag and I'm fairly small.
Very comfy but it's bigger than claimed., 15 January 2014
This sleeping bag is very comfortable. The inner fabric is lovely and it really immerses you in quilt and cushion.
The pack size quoted on the website of 23x17cm is outright misinformation. I bought it in store so I knew it was much larger than it claimed to be: it's about 30-32cm by 20-23cm. The only similar rated synthetic option which was smaller was the mammut alpine UL, which really is tiny and light, but costs £180. I thought, on the whole, this bag is better value.
Vango Ultralite 900 sleeping bag, 20 November 2013
By Susan G (Hockley, Essex)
My son needed a 3 season sleeping bag for an expedition weekend with the Scouts. Bearing in mind he was going to be camping under canvas in November, we wanted to make sure he was going to be warm, but it also needed to be small enough to fit into the bottom compartment of the Lowe Alpine TFX Kibo 65 backpack.
We were recommended to get an Ultralite mummy-shaped sleeping bag which would be warmer. My son tried various bags in the shop (pretty entertaining watching him wriggle into various sleeping bags!), but he liked this one as the mummy hood fitted him comfortably and there are toggles around the hood and the top of the bag to draw the bag more closely around the head and neck if preferred.
It has its own stuff sack, and it is really easy to repack - literally just stuffs back into the bag, no need to roll it up! - and you can even tighten the adjusters to pull it into an even tighter roll. Very compact!!
It wasn't the cheapest option available, but we based our decision on comfort, ease of use and its compactness - so for us it was a good choice.
After the weekend, I washed it in my washing machine on a cool wash and it dried perfectly, without any bunching of the filling.
Good bag, great quality., 01 November 2013
By Craig (Worcester)
Needed a warmer bag for completing Penine Way that would not cost too much and packed down well. It's still fairly large but with some compression sack wrestleing it's ok. Very warm at freezing with hood up etc. Also during night of heavy rain when the tent was dripping it kept me dry.
size matters, 26 February 2013
By faff (Northolt)
Good sleeping bag but disappointed with size. Bought on line primarily because of pack size but there is no way that this bag can get down to 23 x 17. I have an old ultralite 900 that goes down to that but the new one won't even get into the bag let alone be compressed. Best I've done with all my weight on (and I'm a lump) is 31 x 21, which is disappointing, especially as it was bought for my son who can't put that much pressure on and needs to carry a smaller rucksack.