Spoonbill Nano

While the inspiration for this bag came from the fast and light climbing styles of our top athletes it has proven to be a perfect solution for the outdoor user who is looking to significantly lighten their load while not compromising on comfort or performance. The award winning design allows two people to share the thermal benefit of being in the same bag while maintaining the efficiency of an independent contoured hood and collar that can be adjusted with no impact to the other user. Half length zippers on each side provide access without disturbing your partner. The real weight savings comes from eliminating the unnecessary insulation on the bottom half; the floor is comprised of a single layer of our Nano Shield fabric. Use the sleeping pads of your choice on the outside or a closed cell pad can be cut to the interior dimensions.
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  • One 32” (81cm) length zipper per side allows easy access for both sleepers
  • Ergonomically designed hoods with separate draw cords
  • Integrated collar and hood for each user
  • Single layer Schoeller Nano Shield bottom
  • Dual draft tubes


Dimensions 104" / 90" / 68"
Length Reg: 6' 0" / 183 cm
Long 6' 6" / 198 cm
Sleeping Bag Shell Fabric Schoeller Nanosphere®
Lining Fabric Pertex® 30 denier nylon taffeta
Fill Power 850+ Goose Down
Fill Weight Reg 23 oz / 652 g ; Long 24 oz / 680 g
Average Weight Reg 2 lb 12 oz / 1254 g ; Long 2 lb 14 oz 1316 g
Packed Size 7.5" x 14"
Zip Side N/A
Country of Origin Manufactured in the USA from imported materials
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  1. Groundsheet?

    by Woodsen Saunders on Dec 16, 2013

    Just wondering if both the spoonbills come with a ground sheet that can accommodate and hold securely two ground pads? What is the temperature rating of these bags?

    Feathered Friends Response:

    The Spoonbill does not have a groundsheet that accommodates sleeping pads - the bottom is just a single layer of fabric. Most people link two sleeping pads (with something like a Therm-a-Rest Couple Kit) and place the sleeping pads underneath the Spoonbill. As for the temperature rating, there really isn't one. Rating a sleeping bag for one is difficult, and rating one for two is even more challenging. Suffice it to say it is versatile, as it has been used for backpacking in the Cascades to hard test pieces on Denali.
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