Sea To Summit - Traveller Tr I
Technical specifications & features
|Weight||Regular 13.7oz | 389g
Large 16.8oz | 475g
X-Large 23oz | 645g
|Gender||Men's & Unisex|
|Mfg Sku/Part Number||071|
|Insulation||750+ loft Ultra-Dry Down®|
|Fill Weight||Regular 7.1oz | 200g
Large 8.8oz | 250g
X-Large 11.8oz | 335g
|Bag Shell Material||15d Nylon|
|Bag Length||Regular: Fits users under 6 feet
Large: Fits users under 6 feet 7 inches
X-Large: Fits users under 7 feet
|Bag Stuff Size||Compressed volume:
Regular: 1.55 liters
Large: 1.89 liters
X-Large: 2.6 liters
|Circumference at Chest||66"|
|Circumference at Hips||58"|
|Circumference at Foot||46"|
|Other Features||Temp Rating
50 F (EN Lower Limit) /10 C (EN Lower Limit)
Lightly tapered shape with collar and foot drawcords
Opens to a blanket
YKK ® #3 side zipper can be used left or right hand
Can zip together with Micro or another Traveller
Includes lightweight Ultra-Sil® compression bag, mesh storage cell and laundry bag
Suggested use: Cycle touring, ultra-light hiking, adventure racing
- Seriously summer only
I really wanted to love this bag- and there's things I do love about it: the crazy light weight, the sourced down, the compressibility... But there's too many personal dealbreakers. I took this to the Whites in July- the summer temps where I was get down to the 50s, so I took a chance on this being warm enough- bad idea. Luckily I brought a liner but I would've froze my tail off. Another thing I don't care for is the cut of this bag- it's not hooded so you can't burrow down in it, and I get why, it's just shorter than I thought- not for me. Combine that with the narrowness, and it starts getting downright uncomfortable. I am not big. Like 5'7, 155 at most. And I felt like I didn't have enough room. Also the zipper is little and hard to grasp, and the cinch cord at the foot end tends to come loose.
Now if you are a really small skinny person who wants an ultra light bag, and you'll not take it in temps below mid 60s- or you have a great cold tolerance- it may suit you just great. Definitely a high quality bag, but not my thing.
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your question.
You can pull the draw string to fit around most 20" wide sleeping pads. You may have issues with especially thick pads, like the 3.5" thick Big Agnes Q-core, but with thinner pads like the Neoair (2.5" thick), you should have no problem. The one thing to keep in mind is that when you pull out the drawstring to wrap around your pad, it cinches up the end of the bag, creating an aggressive taper in the footbox area of the bag.
Let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
Thank you for your question.
The Traveller TrI bag only comes in a left zipper configuration. However, due to their hoodless design and identical top and bottom sections, you can just flip the second bag over, moving the zipper from the left to the right side, and allowing the two bags to zip together.
Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
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