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Vango Venom 400 Passport size comparison Lining of sleeping bag mesh stuff sack
Passport size comparison Lining of sleeping bag mesh stuff sack

Vango Venom 400

£119.99

RRP: £210.00
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(3 reviews)  

Season Rating 3 season
Open Size 220cm x 80cm/50cm
Packed Size 30 x 15cm
Weight (grams) 1000
Shape Mummy
Filling Down
Comfort Temperature (°C) 2
Extreme Temperature (°C) -20
Inner Lining 30 denier ripstop nylon
Outer Material 30 denier ripstop nylon
Filling Details Hydro-Barrier Down - 90/10 700 fill power duck down
Storage Bag Compression Sack
Colour Vermillion
Shoulder Baffle Yes
Zip Baffle Yes
Internal Pocket Yes
Hood Yes
 
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High quality, high performance down sleeping bag with an impressive 3 season rating and extremely compact pack size! The Venom 400 is designed with trekkers and travellers in mind and has an extreme temperature of -20°C. Perfect if you require a warm sleeping bag but need to keep weight and pack size to a minimum.


The Vango Venom 400 is filled with hydrophobic 90/10 duck down filling, which has a 700 fill power for a high performance in both wet and dry conditions. The sleeping bag also includes a 3D hood, an adjustable insulated shoulder baffle and insulated zip baffle, which help to retain warmth and keep drafts out! Supplied with a handy roll top dry bag for compact storage when travelling or trekking and also comes with a mesh stuff sack for long term storage, allowing your sleeping bag to loft whilst in storage to prolong its lifespan.

Customer Reviews

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(3 reviews)  



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v. Heij
Mar 17, 2014
So far, zero complaints!
Comes in a dry sack like bag which offers little to no compression but switch it out for a proper one and it bunches down exactly as stated. Fits perfectly in my winter trekking/climbing bag.
Super warm, tested on the hills in a mild-ish Scottish evening but in the path of a freezing gale. Kept warm (occasionally too warm!) in the bivvy the whole night in just base thermals. The baffle ties and hood worked as you'd hope!

Will be my go-to sack in colder climbs.

Advantages: Great compression
Warm
Good baffle and hood
Good fill
It's orange

Disadvantages: Provided dry sack makes it twice the size stated than when compressed.
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Mick G
Feb 12, 2014
Fantastic bag, it is really toasty and the beauty is you can turn and the lining does not snag up. Very close fitting but great.

Advantages: Light and tiny, rolled up. easily packs on Motorbike or rucksack. Warm and snug

Disadvantages: None I can think of yet
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Trevor
Apr 23, 2014
Fantastic bag that is so small when compressed. Only used once so far but pleased with warmth & length (I'm over 6') - great value

Advantages: Great loft with a tiny packed size.

Disadvantages: 1/4 length zip & no compression sac supplied
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