The Enemy -12°C is a three-season sleeping bag, which is particularly notable for its light weight and low packed volume. This has been achieved by the use of high-quality, branded materials that also provide impeccable insulation. It is therefore suitable for all outdoor activities requiring optimal weight reduction in luggage and excellent thermal comfort that does not disappoint even in freezing temperatures. But of course not only for them. In outdoor conditions, it can be used from the beginning of spring to the end of autumn without any problems . This model is equipped with anti-slip strips to keep it on the roll mat, an insulating collar, an external drawstring around the head and face, an internal pocket to make a pillow, an anatomical and insulated zip, and pockets for small items.
|7-channel hollow fibre
|40D 290T RipStop Nylon
|Features and accessories
|compression bag, anti-slip strips
|Recommended maximum height of user
|85 x 210cm
FILLING: 7-channel hollow fibre
7-channel hollow fibre
These are hollow, spirally twisted, synthetic polyester fibres with seven channels. Thanks to the flexible weaving, careful production, and correct formatting, the material provides a perfect loft effect – the ability to draw in air to insulate. To extend their life and maximize their effect, the fibres are also coated with a silicon layer, which stabilizes their mutual positions and restricts their mutual friction. Other advantages include the fact that fibres don’t absorb moisture, they dry off very quickly, are suitable for allergy sufferers, and are very easy to maintain.
OUTER MATERIAL: 40D 290T ripstop nylon
INNER MATERIAL: nylon soft
Soft, lightweight and breathable synthetic fibres that have sufficient strength and elasticity. This material is suitable for low temperatures since it has good thermal insulation properties.
The lower thermal limit at which an experienced sleeping bag user who adjusts her clothing and position in the sleeping bag to suit the ambient temperature and is able to utilise all the abilities of her sleeping bag must expect a strong feeling of cold. There is a risk of harm to health caused by hypothermia, which may lead to death.
The lower thermal limit at which an experienced sleeping bag user who adjusts his clothing and position in the sleeping bag to suit the ambient temperature and is able to utilise all the abilities of his sleeping bag is, when in a curled-up position, overall in thermal balance and is not yet feeling cold. We recommend that this temperature is only considered by experienced users who know that they are sufficiently used to the cold or have suitable clothing accessories to increase their thermal comfort.
The lower limit of the comfortable temperature range, below which an experienced sleeping bag user who adjusts her clothing and position in the bag to suit the ambient temperature and is able to utilise all the abilities of her sleeping bag is in thermal comfort, i.e. is not feeling discomfort due to cold.