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Sea To Summit - Traveller Tr I

The Sea to Summit Traveller TrI makes an ideal summer bag thanks to its lofty, super-compressible 750+ loft ULTRA-DRY Down. A fully opening zipper allows you to either use it like a quilt or zip it together with another Traveller, giving you room for 2.

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
Bag Style Rectangular
Seasonal Usage Summer
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
Reversible shell
Includes lightweight Ultra-Sil® compression bag, mesh storage cell and laundry bag
Suggested use: Cycle touring, ultra-light hiking, adventure racing

Product Reviews

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. Review by Terry

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can you pull the drawstring when the bag is open like a blanket to somewhat fit it around your sleeping pad at the bottom?
Question by: Sondra on Apr 16, 2014 8:17:00 AM
To connect two Sea to Summit Traveler TrI bags together do you need a left zip and a right zip or do they connect head to toe and toe to head?
Question by: James on Jun 19, 2015 6:55:57 PM
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