UL: Ultralight. Pertex® Endurance® 10 denier water-resistant/breathable fabric.
"The Feathered Friends Egret UL 20 knocks its competitors off their pedestals easily"
- Mummy shape with #5 YKK two-way, separating zipper with locking sliders
- Passive collar provides an extra cushion of down around your neck to trap the heat
- Trapezoidal footbox allows your feet to fall in a natural pose without compressing the sides
- 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
- Generous draft tube prevents cold air from seeping past the zipper
- Includes storage bag & stuff sack
|Ideal Sleeper Height||Small 5' 3" / 160 cm
Med 5' 9" / 175 cm
|Dimensions||54" shoulder / 56" hip / 38" footbox|
|Shell||Pertex® Endurance® UL|
|Lining||Flite 15 denier ripstop nylon|
|Fill Power||950+ Goose Down|
|Origin||Made in Seattle, USA of imported materials|
|Temp Rating||20ºF / -6.67ºC||30ºF / -1.1ºC|
Small 1 lb 0.3 oz / 463 g
Med 1 lb 1.3 oz / 491 g
Small 13.3 oz / 376 g
Med 14 oz / 396 g
Small 1 lb 9.6 oz / 726 g
Med 1 lb 11.2 oz / 771 g
Small 1 lb 7.5 oz / 667 g
Med 1 lb 8.8 oz / 704 g
Cozy and light
Have used this for one trip thus far but love that it is so light but feels sturdy. The bag is very warm - but easy to leave unzipped and be comfortable through the night. I bought the purple color and love it. My one worry is what happens if it gets grungy? So, thus far, I have used it with a liner.
Egret UL 20 Womens Sleeping Bag
I run very cold, and this bag kept me warm with no issues. Worth every penny.
Best I've ever slept camping
I purchased the 20° bag. I am 5'4" and I went for the 'medium.' Definitely the right call lengthwise; I've got enough room to squirm around a little with minimal 'dead space' to heat up. I knew it was going to be good when I pulled it out of the package and it lofted up twice as thick as my old 15° bag (that I'd been shivering in all fall- high 30s to low 50s). I run super-duper cold, but this bag is so cozy and warm that I woke up because I was too hot with the bag fully zipped! The drawstring hood with snap collar is an excellent way to hold the heat in, plus the anti-snag zipper is actually anti-snag. Packs down small and light enough to bring on long dayhikes or winter trips just in case. Super snuggly, super light, packs down to the size of a water bottle, and wicked warm- what more could you ask for in a sleeping bag? Worth every penny.
Fantastic sleeping bag!
I have a FF 0 degree bag, which made me love winter camping, so when it came time to replace my three season bag, I headed to FF. I purchased the 30 degree bag (figured it it was getting down into the 20s I'd be using my 0 degree) and couldn't be happier. I used it on an 8-day backpacking trip on the Wonderland Trail in September and was warm and cozy in just a base layer and socks, even though nights got down into the upper 30s. The green color is gorgeous. I'm 5'3 and went for the medium b/c I like a little bit of room at the bottom to shove my clothes so they are warm and dry in the morning.
Very happy so far!
This is my 3rd FF sleeping bag and I love it just as much as the others! The 950+ fill down is incredible - so fluffy and warm. I walked into the store convinced I was going to buy the YF and I switched to the UL because the loft was noticeably better in the UL. I like the new (new to me) no-snag zipper and the draft tube/collar is great as usual. I love the women's fit because I like to curl up or tuck a knee up while I sleep, and there's more room in the midsection to do so. There's also less width in the shoulders so it's easier to keep drafts out. I sleep cold and was very warm and comfortable in this bag down to 30 degrees in base layers and socks -- based on that experience I'd be confident taking it right down to the temp rating if I added a light puffy, hat and thicker gloves. Clover is a similar color to the online photo - a beautiful, happy, saturated green!