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The prospect of getting your down filled sleeping bag wet on a multi-day alpine trek on the main range or wet weather hunt in Victoria has led many people to favour synthetic bags for their ability to remain warm when wet. The new Waterbloc series of bags from exped means you can ask yourself the question all over again.
Down or Synthetic filled sleeping bags? Overall goose down filled bags are the better choice for warmth to weight and packability, but synthetics perform better in wet conditions. Problem solved, because exped offer a unique, waterproof and breathable goose downfill collection of sleeping bags.
Tested Temperature ratings according to EN 13537: The Euro-Norm temperature rating for sleeping bags mainly provides comparability. A certified laboratory measures the heat loss of a dummy with 16 sensors in a climate chamber. Since men and women experience cold differently, the results for the comfort rating vary.
Although these ratings give a good indication, be sure to get advice at a specialist outdoor store since there are so many factors influencing comfort. Even one and the same person under different circumstances can feel up to a 10 degrees Celsius difference in the same sleeping bag!