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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"|
|Fill Power||850+ Goose Down|
|Fill Weight||Reg 23 oz / 652 g ; Long 24 oz / 680 g|
|Lining Fabric||Pertex® 30 denier nylon taffeta|
|Country of Origin||Manufactured in the USA from imported materials|
|Packed Size||7.5" x 14" | 17L|
|Average Weight||Reg 2 lb 12 oz / 1254 g ; Long 2 lb 14 oz 1316 g|
|Sleeping Bag Shell Fabric||Schoeller Nanosphere®|
Customer Reviews (2)
- Spoonbill Nano missing pad for twoReview by Peter Scott
My wife and I have had the Spoonbill Nano for about 2 years now and we like it, to a point. We've really had a hard time finding a pad that will work with the sleeping bag. Nemo makes a great insulated sleeping pad. The pad only comes in individuals and they sell a fitted sheet to keep them together. Only problem is the sheet is to loose, the cool creeps up between the pads.
This sleeping bag would be great if their where a pad that supports the width (aka one pad or a way to join two). Since there is no insulation on the bottom of the Spoonbill the "insulated" pad is important.
I might recommend holding off on this bag until either Spoonbill or another manufacture comes up with a system to join two standard air matrices.
Other than that......the quality of the bag and the filling was worth every penny.
Feathered Friends Reply:
We're glad that you like the Spoonbill! One of the big challenges with a singular sleeping bag unit for two, unlike our modular Penguin and Condor systems, is joining the sleeping pads. We find the Therm-a-Rest Universal Couple Kit works quite well to join two pads together since it adjusts to whatever pads you are using. While a little space could open up, we've found that the kit generally keeps pads nice and close for long periods of time. We hope you continue to enjoy the Spoonbill!
Cheers! (Posted on 6/23/2014)
- Groundsheet?Review by Woodsen Saunders
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. (Posted on 12/16/2013)