The Hunter Antarctic Bag with Hood is a -60° F rated rectangular style bag. Along with my other Antarctic bags, I believe this is the only -60° F bag in the world. The size of the bag is 36 inches wide and 92 inches long (weight: ~8.5 lbs). When the Nautilus with Hood Overbag is added, the temperature rating is -80° F. When both bags are combined you have the Hunter FTRSS.
This bag also comes with a choice of three zippers; all zippers are made from a #10 YKK molded tooth zipper. When mated, the bags can then be used for couples camping, or if in an emergency situation, for shared body heat.
- Standard Zipper: A full 118″ zipper that extends down the side and across the bottom of the bag (comes standard on all Wiggy’s rectangular sleeping bags). This allows the bag to be fully unzipped on the side & bottom so that you can spread the bag out like a comforter. Two bags with 118″ zippers can be ‘mated’ by unzipping both bags completely and placing one bag on the bottom (lining facing up) and one bag on the top (lining facing down). Then zip both bags together.*Note: Mating two Hunter model sleeping bags with hoods together will result with one person having the hood under their head and the second having the hood in their face.
- 65″ Side Zipper: Available on either the right or left side of the bag. This allows one right-zip & one left-zip bag to be mated together in traditional fashion, like our mummy-style bags.