The spacious and comfortable model Guty -10°C is the warmest quilted sleeping bag in our product range. Its thermal comfort is enhanced by a removable liner of warm fleece. The liner can also be used as a separate blanket e.g. when sitting by the campfire. This sleeping bag is suitable for hiking trips, camping, or staying in holiday cottages, where you can use it as a large comfortable quilt.
|Filling||4-channel hollow fibre|
|Outer material||70D 190T nylon taffeta|
|Accessories||bag-style sack, removable fleece liner|
|Recommended maximum user height||195 cm|
|Dimensions (packed)||50 x 30 cm|
|Dimensions||220 x 90 cm|
FILLING: 4-channel hollow fibre
4-channel hollow fibre
These are hollow, spirally twisted, synthetic polyester fibres with four channels. Thanks to the flexible weaving, careful production, and correct formatting, the material provides a perfect loft effect – the ability to draw in air to insulate. To extend their life and maximize their effect, the fibres are also coated with a silicon layer, which stabilizes their mutual positions and restricts their mutual friction. Other advantages include the fact that fibres don’t absorb moisture, they dry off very quickly, are suitable for allergy sufferers, and are very easy to maintain.
OUTER MATERIAL: 100 % Polypongee
INNER MATERIAL: Polycotton/Fleece
As the name suggests, polycotton is made of polyester and cotton. It combines the inherent properties of both its components. Thanks to the polyester it’s easy to maintain and able to hold its shape, while the cotton provides softness and great absorption ability. In short, this material feels good on the skin, dries quickly, and is wrinkle-resistant.
The greatest advantage of this material is the considerable warmth it provides. This 100% polyester knitted fabric is very comfortable and light, and feels great on the skin.
The lower limit, extreme temperature, involving a risk of harm to health caused by hypothermia (for a normal woman under normal conditions). This temperature is a point of hazard leading to death.
The lower thermal limit at which the sleeping bag user lying in a curled-up position is overall in thermal balance and is not feeling cold (for a normal man under normal conditions).
The lower limit of a comfortable temperature range at which the sleeping bag user in a relaxed body position, e.g. lying on their back, is overall in thermal balance and is not feeling cold (for a normal woman under normal conditions).