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Western Mountaineering - VersaLite

The VersaLite is the warmest bag in Western Mountaineering's ExtremeLite series, and sports 20 oz. of high-lofting 850+ goose down for 6" of loft and a temperature rating of 10º F. A Super Full Collar completely surrounds your neck for maximum heat retention, and a full draft tube seals in warmth. Weighing in at around 2 lbs, this is an excellent three-season backpacking bag for those who tend to sleep cold or are travelling to high elevations in summer.
Like all of Western Mountaineering's bags, the VersaLite is made by hand in San Jose, California. Their down is sourced from free-range mother geese who are never live-plucked or force-fed.

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Technical specifications & features

Weight Short: 1 lb 14 oz / Reg: 2 lbs / Long: 2 lbs 2 oz
Gender Men's & Unisex
Color Alpine Green
Made in USA
Temp Rating º F 10º F
Temp Rating º C -12° C
Bag Style Mummy
Seasonal Usage Three Season
Insulation 850+ Fill Down
Fill Weight Short: 18 oz / Reg: 20 oz / Long: 22 oz
Bag Shell Material 0.9 oz ExtremeLite™
Bag Length Short: 5 ft 6 in / Reg: 6 ft / Long: 6 ft 6 in
Bag Stuff Size 8 x 15 in
Bag Loft 6 inches
Circumference at Chest Short: 62 in / Reg: 62 in / Long: 63 in
Circumference at Hips Short: 53 in / Reg: 53 in / Long: 54 in
Circumference at Foot Short: 39 in / Reg: 39 in / Long: 39 in
Other Features 5.25 in. continuous baffles
Super Full collar completely surrounds your neck to hold in heat
Down filled draft tube to reduce air leaks
YKK #5 double pull zipper
Stiffening tape along zippers to prevent snags

Questions & Answers

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What is the length of the regular and long?
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Question by: Margie Pendleton on Dec 15, 2011 7:51:28 AM
Hello,

I love the look of this bag but I'm having trouble deciding which size is needed. I am exactly 5'6 which is the size small bag. But would this be big enough? Would a 6'0 be more comfortable? Or would the 5'6 bag be roomy enough? I'm athletic build.

Many Thanks
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Question by: Rebecca on May 17, 2012 10:29:26 AM
I am about 5'5" in height and was considering ordering the 5'6" bag would you accept exchanges if the bag was considered too small after trying it on for a larger size?

Thank you,

Dan
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Question by: Dan on Oct 4, 2016 7:15:00 PM
Does this sleeping bag have a full Zip.
What determines which side the Zip? I am right handed

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Question by: Robin on Jun 26, 2013 4:17:21 PM
When measuring sleeping bags are you going from top to bottom past your head or from bottom to where it would hit your chin. I am 5'4" tall. I want the top part of my sleeping bag to cover my head.
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Question by: Mig Whitt on Jan 28, 2016 12:03:00 PM

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