/ FS: TNF Inferno Endurance -40C 800 Sleeping Bag

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marcushorgan - on 09 Jun 2013
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Price: £325
I bought this bag new in 2009 to take to Everest Base Camp for use at BC while I was staying there. It performed fantastically, keeping me very cosy at extremely low temperatures and is one of the best cold weather bags I have used.

The down is extremely well packed and the bag is constructed to a high standard. The bag has been sitting at home since that 2009 trip awaiting another outing but as I have not got any further use out of it I have decided to sell it. I have been using a synthetic ME Lamina 0 for my Scottish winter outings which have been my only cold weather trips rather than the North Face bag.

Additional Photos of bag here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/97220329@N04/

I have had the bag fully cleaned and the down serviced/repacked by Mountaineering Designs in the Lake District in advance of sale so the bag is both super clean, packed and lofted. http://www.mountaineering-designs.co.uk/shop/2/

The bag comes with a lifetime TNF warranty

The current model retails for £830 and I bought this bag for £799. As the bag has just been professionally cleaned and repacked and has only had 4 weeks use I think a price of £325 is reasonable. I do not have the Mountaineering Designs receipt to hand but I can source copy from them if required.

P&P anywhere in UK for £15

The only think I would note is I do not have the stuff sack for the sleeping bag as somewhere between it being stored unpacked and now it has been lost so it will arrive boxed and unstuffed without it.
Spec-
http://www.mbstores.com/nofainenm40d.html

Current Model: €830
http://ie.thenorthface.com/tnf-ie-en/equipment/shop-by-category-1/sleeping-bags/4-season-sleeping-ba...

Review 1
http://www.outdoorreview.com/cat/product-archives/outdoor-equipment/backpacking-camping-hiking/sleep...

Review 2
http://www.trailspace.com/gear/the-north-face/inferno--40f-40c/

Review 3
http://www.everestnews.com/gear/thenorthfaceinferno11292004.htm

Review 4
http://www.backcountry.com/the-north-face-inferno-endurance-sleeping-bag-40-degree-down


Inferno Endurance by The North Face is a -40°F (-40°C) sleeping bag. Ripple Construction, and special designs Five-chamber hood, Adjustable down-filled draft collar with microfleece tunnel, Oversized top draft tube and Forehead tube, European 800+ fill goose down, and latest fabric Pertex® Endurance™ and Pertex® Microlight Taffeta make the Infemo Endurance have superior performance for camping and mountaineering in extreme wind and cold winter.

• Size
Total Length: 7 ft. 8 in
Fits up to user's height: 6 ft. 6 in.
Shoulder Girth: 5 ft. 4 in.
Hip Girth: 5 ft.
Foot Girth: 3 ft. 7 in.
Packed Size: 12" dia. and 25" length

• Weight
Average Total Weight: 5 lb. 2 oz.
Average Fill Weight: 2 lb. 15 oz.

• Materials
Filling Material: 800+ fill European goose down provides unparalleled highest warmth
Shell Fabric: Pertex® Endurance™ laminate is highly water-resistant and durable
Lining Fabric: Pertex® Microlight Taffeta is incredible light, soft and breathable

• Features
Comfort Rating: -40°F (-40°C)
Ripple construction technology makes goose down distributed evenly in the whole bag
Pillow Pocket makes a external pillow or tucks the bag away in it
Adjustable down-filled draft collar with microfleece tunnel for neck comfort and keeping heat
Five-chamber hood prevents heat loss through hood area
Oversized Top Draft Tube and forehead tube for keeping warmth and comfortable
Easy-grab tabs with flat hood-cords and chest-shockcord can be identified easily in dark
Watch pocket in head level for alarm
Zipper columns with packed lined cloth prevent snagging
Colored one-handed cords to inside adjust hood easily
Lifetime Warranty



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