AlpineDream 800 is a lightweight mountaineering sleeping bag with high warmth, low weight and a small pack size. With a -15˚C sleep limit it's designed for high altitude alpine summer camping or Scottish winters. High loft down keeps total weight to 1,300g and ripstop nylon fabric increases durability. AlpineDream 800 has fantastic heat retention with a tapered mummy cut. Its box-wall construction prevents down migration and cold spots. The outer is treated with a PFC-free DWR and 800g of 750 fill power DownTek™ PFC-free water repellent down fill give superior performance in damp conditions.
Alpkit sleep limit: -15°C / 5°F*
EN13537 Comfort: -17°C / 1.4°F
EN13537 Limit: -25°C / -13°F
EN13537 Extreme: -48°C / -54°F**
Fill: 90/10 Grey goose down, DownTek™ PFC-free water repellent, RDS certified
Fill power: IDFB 750
Fill weight: 800g
Fabric: 20D polyester, 45g/m2
DWR: PFC-free C0
Internal length: 190cm (Regular) / 210cm (Long)
Internal width: 75cm
Zip length: 160cm
Packed size: 25 x 37cm
Compressed size: 26 x 23cm
Sleeping bag: 1,300g
Stuff sack: 125g
*Our recommended usable limit of the bag. The majority of our customers will find this to be the tipping point between a comfortable and restless night's sleep.
**The Extreme rating is the temperature at which the average woman can remain for six hours without risk of DEATH from hypothermia - but can still sustain cold injuries - under EN13537 conditions. We do not recommend using this bag in these weather conditions, or making your purchasing decision based on this value. This rating is for the AlpineDream 800 Regular. AlpineDream 800 Long contains the same quantity of down as AlpineDream 800 Regular. As a result, AlpineDream 800 Long may be up to two degrees cooler than the AlpineDream 800 Regular.
AlpineDream 800 uses DownTek™ PFC-free water repellent down and a PFC-free durable water repellent (DWR) on its outer fabric. PFCs are potentially harmful and have been found to build up in the environment.
AlpineDream 800 uses 100% RDS certified down. All our down is audited by a third party to ensure that it comes from birds who are not live-plucked, force-fed, or mistreated.
Washing: 30°C gentle cycle
Drying: line dry or tumble dry on low heat until down is fully dry
Ironing: DO NOT iron
Use pure soap or a technical product wash to keep your sleeping bag's DWR treatment in top condition. When tumble drying use down drying balls or old tennis balls to keep the down clump-free. For more tips, read our Mountain Journal guide on how to wash your sleeping bag.
Storage: store your sleeping bag uncompressed in a cool, dry place. This will extend its life and allow it to regain its loft quicker after unpacking.
Liners: using a sleeping bag liner protects your down from skin oils and other contaminants that reduce loft, allowing you to wash your bag less frequently.