The Hyperion 32F/0C sleeping bag is among the lightest in its class while still providing high-performance during backcountry pursuits.
The bag uses thermally-efficient box baffled construction in key areas to ensure warmth and comfort in an ultralight package.
Designed with high-quality materials and Therm-a-Rest performance features, the Hyperion keeps your pack featherweight without sacrificing an ounce of performance.
Storage sack and compression stuff sack included
Weight: 460g / 1.0lbs
Fill: Fill: 900 Fill Power Nikwax Hydrophobic RDS Goose Down
Fill Weight: 250g / 8.5oz
Ultralight: One of the lightest pieces in its class, the Hyperion sets a new standard for high-performance outdoor equipment.
900-fill Nikwax Hydrophobic Down™ : Stays drier and maintains loft 60 times longer than untreated down.
Unrivaled Packability: Lightweight materials and precise design allow for a smaller packed size than ever before.
Box Baffled Construction: Uses mesh walls to maximize loft and minimize cold spots in key areas.
Comfort Fit: Ergonomic shape and longer zipper provide a more human-friendly fit than other ultralight bags.
SynergyLink™ Connectors: Integrate the bag with a mattress for optimal efficiency and comfort; removable for versatility.
Zoned Insulation: Maximizes warmth and saves weight by intentionally placing fill where you need it most, 70% on the top and sides with 30% on the back.
Responsible Down Standard Certified: Certification that ensures that the waterfowl in the down supply chain are treated humanely.
|Color||Black Forest||Black Forest||Black Forest|
|Weight (Standard)||15 oz||1 lb||1 lbs 2 oz|
|Weight (Metric)||0.44 kg||0.46 kg||0.52 kg|
|Width (Standard)||27.5 in||28.5 in||29 in|
|Width (Metric)||70 cm||72 cm||74 cm|
|Length (Standard)||73 in||80 in||85 in|
|Length (Metric)||185 cm||203 cm||216 cm|
|Height (Standard)||4 in||4 in||4 in|
|Fits (Standard)||66 in||72 in||78 in|
|Fits (Metric)||168 cm||183 cm||198 cm|
|Girth, Shoulder (Standard)||55 in||57 in||58 in|
|Girth, Shoulder (Metric)||140 cm||145 cm||147 cm|
|Girth, Hip (Standard)||48.5 in||49.5 in||51 in|
|Girth, Hip (Metric)||123 cm||126 cm||130 cm|
|Girth, Foot box (Standard)||40 in||43 in||46 in|
|Girth, Foot box (Metric)||102 cm||109 cm||117 cm|
|Packed dimension (Standard)||5.5 x 6 in||5.5 x 6 in||5.5 x 6 in|
|Packed dimension (Metric)||14 x 15 cm||14 x 15 cm||14 x 15 cm|
|EN Comfort (C)||5 C||5 C||5 C|
|EN Comfort (F)||41 F||41 F||41 F|
|EN Limit (C)||0 C||0 C||0 C|
|EN Limit (F)||32 F||32 F||32 F|
|EN Extreme (F)||5 F||5 F||5 F|
|EN Extreme (C)||-15 C||-15 C||-15 C|
|Fill material||900FP Down||900FP Down||900FP Down|
|Fill weight (Standard)||7.5 oz||8.5 oz||10 oz|
|Fill weight (Metric)||0.22 kg||0.25 kg||0.29 kg|
|Shell fabric||10D RS Nylon||10D RS Nylon||10D RS Nylon|
|Lining fabric||10D RS Nylon||10D RS Nylon||10D RS Nylon|
As the name suggests, this fit is all about trimming weight and compact packing. Bags and quilts with this fit are specialized pieces of gear. They are narrower throughout the shoulders, hips and footbox. Less internal space means less energy required to heat it, as well as less energy expended to carry it. It also means less room to move around and get comfy at night.
If you are all about ultralight packs for fast backcountry travel, and willing to sacrifice some comfort for it, Ultralight Fit is optimized for you. If you are a side sleeper you may feel confined in one of these bags..
Like Ultralight Fit, the bags and quilts with Performance Fit are only in our Fast & Light category. The point is to provide ultralight options to sleeper profiles that require more space for better rest. Examples would be side sleepers or cold sleepers that may be donning extra layers—like a puffy jacket—for overnight warmth. The extra internal space may add grams, but that is justified price to pay if it means you will be better rested.
These bags and quilts are still compact, lightweight and altogether designed for the backcountry. Still, with a touch more room for comfort a Performance Fit piece will be better suited for weekends in the crag parking lot or general car camping than Ultralight Fit bags and quilts. If you are a comfort-conscious thru-hiker, or a backcountry traveler that knows your trip schedule includes car camping as well, performance fit is an excellent option.
With Additional Room for Multiple Positions. It may be an imperfect acronym, but we really want you to know that the extra room in these bags and quilts DOES NOT result in cold spots (we’ll explain why in a moment). Continuing up the spectrum from Performance Fit, W.A.R.M. bags and quilts comprise the Trek & Travel line.
The concept is to offer backcountry ready sleeping bags and quilts that allow a wide range of natural sleep positions. The point of a sleeping bag or quilt (really the point of our whole company) is to achieve quality nighttime rest in the outdoors. If you are a side sleeper, an active dreamer, or a position pluralist a narrow sleeping bag can be really frustrating (or downright claustrophobic) and rob you of good, solid sleep.
W.A.R.M. Fit bags are great for backcountry travelers that move around in their sleep, or are otherwise uncomfortably confined by narrow bags, and willing to add some weight for better sleep. What’s more, these bags and quilts are well suited for frontcountry adventures. When weight and packed size are of lesser concern, why not prioritize comfort? If your adventure calendar has you backpacking deep into the wilderness but also spending quality time car camping with friends, W.A.R.M. Fit is a strong choice for you.
The less time your sleeping bag is compressed, the longer it will serve you by maintaining the loft necessary to keep you warm. Store your sleeping bag loose, in a cool, dry place. If you must store it in a bag, use the extended storage sack it came in, or something even larger. Never use a waterproof bag for long-term storage.
Hand wash or machine wash in a large capacity, front loading washing machine, using 3 oz. of Nikwax Down Wash Direct. Select cold water and a gentle/delicate cycle with two rinses. We recommend an additional spin cycle as well to extract as much water as possible before drying.
DO NOT dry clean. DO NOT bleach. DO NOT iron.
Hang dry your bag whenever possible. This can be a long process (24-48 hours or more), but this is by far the best way to get the longest life from your down.
Use a well-ventilated, low-humidity environment. Hand-tease or shake out your bag gently to break-up down clumps, and flip it often to help speed the process.
If you need to dry your bag faster, tumble dry in a large dryer on low heat. As your bag gets drier, it will begin to loft and can actually fill the dryer chamber, preventing it from tumbling.
This can cause hot spots and even melt the bag’s shell, so check it often for overheating and visually inspect frequently to make sure it’s tumbling.
When you check it, feel for clumps of wet down and either shake the bag gently or hand-tease the clumps apart to redistribute down.
Throwing in 3-5 tennis balls can help agitate the bag, breaking up those wet down clusters to speed dry times.
Nikwax® Hydrophobic Down Treatment and Re-Treatment
Use Nikwax® Down Proof™ to restore your down’s hydrophobic properties. Specially formulated to renew the Nikwax Hydrophobic Down treatment, it can also be used to provide improved water-resistance to any down bag. Follow directions on the bottle.
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