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Western Mountaineering - Alder MF

For those nippy desert nights when counting shooting stars is all you have to do, the semi-rectangular Western Mountaineering Alder MF is your bag of choice. Roomy enough for comfort and warm enough so you won't wake with a chill before dawn, the Alder has a 62 inch shoulder girth and a 46 inch foot girth. The Alder has a zipper along the side to mate with mummy bags and a zipper around the foot so that it can be opened flat as a comforter or zipped to Western's Summer Coupler (sold separately) to make a bed for two.
Like all of Western Mountaineering's bags, the Alder MF 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 Reg: 1 lb 15 oz / Long: 2 lbs 1 oz
Gender Men's & Unisex
Color Blue
Made in USA
Temp Rating º F 25º F
Temp Rating º C -4° C
Bag Style Semi-Rectangular
Seasonal Usage Three Season
Insulation 850+ Fill Down
Fill Weight Reg: 16 oz / Long: 18 oz
Bag Shell Material 20-denier MicroLite XP™: highly wind- and water-resistant and incredibly breathable microfiber
Bag Length Reg: 6 ft / Long: 6 ft 6 in
Bag Stuff Size 7 x 13 in
Bag Loft 5 inches
Circumference at Chest Reg: 62 in / Long: 62 in
Circumference at Hips Reg: 59 in / Long: 59 in
Circumference at Foot Reg: 46 in / Long: 46 in
Other Features 5.25 inch continuous baffles allow you to shift the down underneath you in warmer temps, or on top of you in cold temps
Zips to Summer Coupler (sold separately) to make a bed for two
Full-length draft tube seals in heat along the zipper
2 independent zippers
Stiffening tape along zippers to prevent snags

Questions & Answers

I would like use a summer coupler do I need left to left ? right to left? You only show having Left zip bags and right zip coupler? Can you help me with this ?
Thank You
Question by: Randy on Jul 31, 2012 10:31:36 PM

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