A lightweight but cosy down-filled sleeping bag, ideal for long distance backpackers and athletes, but great for any camper.
Warm, light, water-resistant and very packable, the Vango Venom 200 Sleeping Bag has been built with comfort and convenience in mind.
Made with box-wall construction and with 600 power Goose down insulation, it also has a water-resistant treatment on its outer ripstop fabric, which helps to keep the down inside dry, to give better lofting - in other words, it will keep you warmer and more comfortable even when sleeping in less-than-perfect environments.
Clever design touches like the longer zip pull and multi-cord hood mean it's easy to use even if you're cramped into a dark tent - no fussing with awkward flaps and toggles.
Box Wall and Single-layer stitch through construction
30D lightweight, mini ripstop nylon shell
Supersoft mini ripstop nylon lining
90/10 Goose Down
Lightweight 3D hood with multi-cord closure and Reflective tab on zip cover, makes things easy in the dark
3D insulated zip baffle, insulated adjustable shoulder baffle
Half length zip
Low Profile Two-Way Auto-Lock Zip
Vango Woven Zip Pull, long and easy to use even with gloves on
Zip Guard with anti-catch piping
Hanging Loops at the foot of the bag for airing and drying
Internal Pockets for storage
Two part compression sack
Omega Shaping; engineered to provide better heat retention and provide warmth where needed most
Temperature Ratings Independently Measured in Accordance with EN 13537:2002
Pack Size (compressed): 1cm8 x 14cm (2.8 litres)
18 x 14cm,
27 x 13cm
Duke of Edinburgh's Award Expeditions,
I've had the vango venom for about 5 years now and it still impressed me with its tiny pack size and light weight (635 grammes when stored in an osprey 6 litre drybag) I've used this bag a lot and it has never lost any loft, it still looks as good as the day I bought it. It's very well made and very reasonably priced, rivals bags of similar weight are about 100 pounds more. I can also layer this inside my rab ascent 700 for really cold winter wildcamping. I'd highly recommended this bag.
Reviewed by Goldingwebb - 28th Jun, 2016
All the Venom, with no bite
Used this sleeping bag a few times now. Excellent bag. Also combined with Ultralite 600 for use in winter.
Reviewed by Richard P - 1st Jun, 2014
Very compact and light weight. Perfect for late spring to early autumn. Perfect for cycle touring and backpacking. Well made and very comfortable. Highly recommended 2 season bag.
Reviewed by patpalloon - 4th Apr, 2014
This bag is rated 5 to 25C. Anything below 12c I felt cold and I don't usually feel the cold. Really only a 1 season bag. Well made and very small and light but disappointing. The Venom 300 is better but not available at Go Outdoors.
Reviewed by Stewart I - 25th Oct, 2013
Vango Venom 200
I was very impressed with the build quality of this bag. I recently used it on an autumn trip to the mountains in Andalucia Spain and it was perfect for the temperature during this time of year. I bought it because of its very light weight and its packability. All in all a very impressive pice of kit.