For campers and climbers who are always on the move and always shifting focus, count on the all-around down bag that can keep up.
Made with a footbox that follows a more natural position, high-performance insulation, and contact-capable materials, it packs versatility and performance into one.
So, however your season takes shape?backpacking in the Sierras, car camping in Yosemite, or bunkering down in the Buttermilks?the Bishop Pass™ will match.
Bag Type: Mummy
Bag Weight: 1.06 kg / 2.34 lb
Fill: 650-fill Down RDS Cert/Fluorine Free
Fill Weight: 600g / 1 lb 5 oz
High performing warmth to weight ratio with 650-fill down for lightweight warmth and compressibility
Shaped draft collar and adjustable down-filled face gasket effectively keep warm air in and cold air out
Contoured foot-box follows natural foot position for maximum warmth and comfort
Stuff sack and mesh storage bag included
Internal stash pocket
Reliable and lightweight #5 YKK® zipper with anti-snag slider and construction for easy entry and exit
Two-way zipper for ventilation options
Full length down draft tube prevents heat loss and cold spots at the zipper
Left hand and right hand zipper options available for zip-together functionality
Performance Plus Mummy cut is efficient, warm and comfortable
DWR finish fabrics repel water
Glow in the dark zipper pull
Hang loops and sleeping pad loops
650-fill Down RDS Cert/Fluorine Free
2 lb 5.4 oz / 1060 g
Approx. Weight*: 2 lb 5.4 oz / 1060 g
Bag Shape: Performance Plus Mummy
Bag Loft: 5.5" / 14 cm
Approx. Bag Fill Weight*: 600g / 1 lb 5 oz
bag fill weight long: 650g / 1 lb 7 oz
Bag Stuffed Size: 8 in / 20 cm x 15.5 in / 39.5 cm
Bag Compressed Size Regular: 494 in3 / 8.1 L
Bag Compressed Size Long: 504 in3 / 8.26 L
Inside Length Regular: 86in / 218cm
Inside Length Long: 92in / 234cm
Max User Height Short: Fits up to 68 in / 172 cm
Max User Height Regular: Fits up to 72 in / 182 cm
Max User Height Long: Fits up to 78 in / 198 cm
Bag Shoulder Girth: 62in / 157cm
Shoulder Girth Regular: 62in / 157cm
Shoulder Girth Long: 64in / 163cm
Bag Hip Girth: 56in / 142cm
Hip Girth Regular: 53in / 135cm
Hip Girth Long: 56in / 142cm
*Actual weight may vary. Approx. weight based on sleeping bag only. Weight does not include compression sack and storage sack weight.
20D Ripstop Nylon 39 g/m²
Fabric Body: 20D Ripstop Nylon 39 g/m²
Insulation: 650-fill Down RDS Cert/Fluorine Free
Bag Fill Type: Down
Zip up all zippers, attach all Velcro, and turn the bag inside out. Wash in a front-loading machine with cold water on the gentle or delicate setting. We recommend that you use the minimum amount of cleaning agent and scrub the head and foot sections before washing the entire bag. Use at least two rinse cycles to get all of the soap out of the garment. For down, use a mild powder soap, or special down soap (available at outdoor product stores). For synthetic bags, use a mild powder soap or special synthetic cleaning product.
Lift bags by carefully carrying them from the bottom when transporting from washer to dryer. Tumble dry in a large commercial dryer on low heat; it's important that the dryer is large enough for the bag to flop freely around. Drying takes several hours, and you should check your bag often to ensure it's not overheated.
As a down bag dries, look for clumps of wet down and shake the bag gently to redistribute the down. Sometimes the down in the draft tube will need some gentle massaging during the drying cycle. As a synthetic bag dries, check for even distribution of fill material. Gently massage the bag if any bunching is detected.
Both our down and synthetic sleeping bags can be professionally washed. Check the yellow pages under camping, backpacking, or mountaineering equipment for folks who specialize in cleaning outdoor products. Your local retailer may also be able to refer you. Never dry clean a Mountain Hardwear sleeping bag - the chemicals used are harmful to the fabrics and filling and will severly reduce loft and thermal efficiency.
Here's a list of no-no's for cleaning your sleeping bag:
Don't use a top-loading washing machine (agitator will destroy the baffles in the bag).
Don't use liquid soap or detergent, or a very strong soap or detergent.
Don't use your home dryer - they've been known to melt holes in fabric.
Do not lift your bag from one end when wet (lift the entire bag all at once from underneath).
Do not store in a stuff sack (use a larger storage sack which allows for air circulation).
Do not dry in the sun (the UV will damage the nylon).