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Aura 20°
TechLoft Micro mummy bag
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The Aura sleeping bag series offers lightweight, compactable sleeping with premium thermal efficiency. The Aura features synthetic TechLoft Micro insulation consists of multiple denier staple-length fibers that have a siliconized finish for maximum insulation, loft, and compactness. Two-layer construction and the contoured hooded mummy shape help maximize warmth on chilly nights. The Aura also boasts an insulated chest and zipper baffle to combat heat loss. Comfort and durability are provided with a high-quality nylon ripstop shell and soft polyester liner. The #8 separating zippers provide durability and smooth operation. A second zipper also offers multiple ventilation options or the ability to easily sit up without leaving the warmth and comfort of your bag. The Aura is offered in multiple sizes and temperatures to accommodate most people. Offering you high-quality design and construction at an irresistibly-affordable price, the lightweight, compact Aura won't disappoint on your next backpacking adventure!
Features
  • TechLoft Micro insulation
  • Second zipper for venting or sitting up
  • Two-layer offset construction
  • #8 separating zippers
  • Insulated chest and zipper baffle
  • Nylon ripstop outer fabric
  • Polyester liner
  • Compression stuff sack
Specs
  • Regular
  • Dimensions: 32" x 80"
  • Fill weight: 31 oz.
  • Total weight: 3 lbs. 5 oz.
  • Stuff sack size: 8.5" x 18"
  • Long
  • Dimensions: 34" x 86"
  • Fill weight: 35 oz.
  • Total weight: 3 lbs. 10 oz.
  • Stuff sack size: 8.5" x 18"
Product Number
ItemProduct Number
Aura 20 Regular4611433
Aura 20 Long4612433
Customer Reviews
The Aura 20° has been rated 1 time.
3.0 out of 5 stars
Nice bag, but not very warm

I bought this for my son who has been the only one to use it. He has used it twice in colder weather, and though the temperature was only down to about 50 degrees, he says he was cold. I don't know if it has something to do with him being only 11 and not filling the sack or what. I thought a 20 degree sack would surely keep him warm in our generally mild climate here in NC.