The Sea to Summit Flame III Women's is an ultra-light and technical down sleeping bag, designed to keep you warm whilst minimising packed weight and size.
Designed specifically for women, the Sea to Summit Flame III Women's sleeping bag is a high performance yet lightweight bag that has an excellent fit whilst providing extra warmth. With a comfort temperature limit of -10*C, the Flame III utilises a sewn through construction (which minimises weight) and vertical baffles on the chest to maintain down positioning for heat reflection. The updated sizing provides extra room for shoulders and hips without compromising thermal efficiency and a 1/2 zip aids access and ventilation. This bag is ideal for cold-weather fast and light hikes.
The Flame Series spans everything from an ultralight liner to an expedition weight mid-winter bag. While the end usage is very different, they reflect a design ethos of matching weather conditions to the lightest bag possible. The secret to the impressive performance is a combination of premium materials and careful design. The RDS 850+ Loft premium goose down, light-gauge #3 YKK zip and high performance 10D Nylon shell and 7D lining fabrics set the stage for superior performance. These materials are combined with a contoured mummy design for efficient insulation, and that mummy design is then tweaked for each model to best fit the use scenario.
The women’s specific fit is wider at the hip and narrower at the shoulder and we’ve added extra down overall for increased warmth.
The ULTRA-DRY Down™ water-repellent treatment protects the down from external moisture and condensation from the inside of the bag, virtually eliminating the negative effects moisture has on down. All Sea to Summit Down Sleeping Bags use Responsible Down Standard (RDS) certified down. The ULTRA-DRY Down™ protection also makes the Flame™ an impressive hard-alpine or adventure racing bag, where every gram is counted and down has never been a viable option.
More Help?For further assistance on choosing your down sleeping bag, we have an article explaining fill power, the pros and cons of down over synthetic insulation and more info on caring for your bag available to view here: A Guide to Down Sleeping Bags.