For Summer 2012 there have been some additions and updates made to the Mammut Ajungilak Sphere Series. The sleeping bags are extremely lightweight and use top quality down, making the Mammut Sphere Series amongst the lightest down sleeping bags, with the lowest packing volume, around.
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Thanks to its excellent weight-insulation ratio, the goose down used in the Sphere Series is amongst the best insulation on the market. In the development of the Sphere Alpine sleeping bags, natural filling material has been combined with extremely light nylon ripstop material in a close-fitting design. The Spring variant weighs just over half a kilo and ensures cosy, warm nights in temperatures as low as freezing point. When every gram counts, you can rely on the Sphere Alpine.
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