Rock Wren Sleeping Bag

The unique Rock Wren is a favorite of backpackers and big-wall climbers alike. The zippered arm holes of the Wren series allow you to wear your bag like an uber-warm parka when you're perched 10 pitches up, and the two-way center zip provides a convenient opening to remain tied in while you sleep. Trips out of the tent in the wee hours of the morning are no longer a matter of necessity overcoming endurance; the Wren's drawcord bottom the bag can be opened up and easily slipped above the waist.

Nano: Schoeller® NanoSphere® 20 denier water-resistant/ breathable fabric.

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  • Rated to 35ºF / 2ºC when all apertures are fully closed
  • Trapezoidal footbox with drawstring opening
  • Continuous baffles let you position the insulation where you need it
  • 3D contoured hood opens wide for warm nights and cinches tight when the temps start to drop
  • Zippered arm holes on each side
  • Overlapping dual-webbing zip guard guides the fabric away from the zipper and eliminates the need for a stiff or heavy fabric layer that can interfere with the draft tube seal
  • Front-side #5 YKK two-way zipper with locking sliders
  • Top-stitch construction ideally suited to our ultralight fabrics


Regular Length
Fits up to 6' 0" | 183 cm

Long Length
Fits up to 6' 6" | 198 cm

Additional Info

Length Reg 6' 0" / 183 cm | Long 6' 6" / 198 cm
Dimensions 60" / 56" / 50"
Fill Power 900+ Goose Down
Fill Weight Reg 12.1 oz / 343 g
Long 13.4 oz / 380 g
Lining Fabric Pertex® 30 denier nylon taffeta
Country of Origin Made in Seattle, USA of imported materials
Packed Size 7" x 10" | 8L
Average Weight Reg 1 lb 10 oz / 722 g
Long 1 lb 12 oz / 792 g
Sleeping Bag Shell Fabric Schoeller Nanosphere®
Zip Side N/A

Customer Reviews (1)

Life-changing flexibilityReview by bzbert
When weight really counts, carry this and you won't need a parka, If you use a hammock in the cold, you won't even need a sleeping pad or underquilt. I've been using mine for 20 years - rock climbing, backpacking, running up to Everest Base Camp, and besides airing out, all it's needed is duct tape to keep down from escaping the wear points. If you're like me you'll use it as often as any piece of gear you own! (Posted on 10/3/2016)

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