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Cumulus Lite Line 400 Sleeping bag

Recommended! Cumulus Lite Line 400 Sleeping bag

Ultralight sleeping bag made of high-quality goose down (fill power 850). Limit temperature -4°C.

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Product information

  • Manufacturer: Cumulus
  • Product code: P7K-CML-LL400-S_LZ

Ultralight sleeping bag made of high-quality goose down (850+ fill) and Pertex Quantum fabric. Top weight to insulation ratio. Up to -4 °C.

Note: Synthetic sleeping bags do not have the same insulating capacity at the same weight as high-quality down sleeping bags.

Comparison of Cumulus Sleeping Bags

Model Comfort Limit Extreme Weight Weight of the filling Size in a stuff sack Volume of a stuff sack Maximum body height
Extra-long Shortened
Shoulder width of a sleeping bag
Magic 100 Zip 13°C 10°C -3°C 240 g 105 g 18 x Ø11 cm 1,6 l 178/192 cm 75/80 cm
X-lite 200 4°C 0°C -15°C 350 g 200 g 18 x Ø13 cm 2,4 l 183/196cm 77 cm
LiteLine 200 9°C 4°C -10°C 495 g 200 g 19 x Ø15 cm 3,4 l 183/196/170 cm 77 cm
X-lite 300 2°C -4°C -20°C 465 g 300 g 20 x Ø15 cm 4,2 l 183/196/170 cm 77 cm
LiteLine 300 4°C 0°C -15°C 600 g 300 g 22 x Ø16 cm 4,4 l 183/196/170 cm 77 cm
X-lite 400 -1°C -7°C -25°C 575 g 400 g 23 x Ø15 cm 5,5 l 183/196/170 cm 77 cm
LiteLine 400 2°C -4°C -20°C 705 g 400 g 25 x Ø17 cm 5,7 l 183/196/170 cm 77 cm
Panyam 450 -0°C -6°C -23°C 820 g 450 g 26 x Ø18 cm 6,6 l 188/198/178 cm 80 cm
Panyam 600 -6°C -13°C -32°C 970 g 600 g 29 x Ø19 cm 8,2 l 188/198/178 cm 80 cm
Teneqa 700 -10°C -18°C -38°C 1150 g 700 g 33 x Ø20 cm 10,4 l 188/203/173 cm 85 cm
Teneqa 850 -15°C -23°C -46°C 1310 g 850 g 32 x Ø21 cm 11,1 l 188/203/173 cm 85 cm

How to understand the temperatures?

Although Cumulus does not test the "Comfort", "Limit" and "Extreme" temperatures, they should correspond to EN 23537:2016. According to this standard, "Comfort" is, in short, the lowest temperature at which the average young woman can sleep in a sleeping bag in a relaxed position without being woken up by the cold. The "limit" (sometimes referred to as the "comfort limit") is set adequately for young men in a crouched position. Thus, for most people, the lowest temperature for comfortable sleep should be between the "Comfort" and "Limit" values. Experienced users in good condition and with warm clothes can sleep at lower temperatures without any problems, whereas very "frozen" and older women should add a few degrees to the "Comfort" temperature. "Extreme" is the temperature given for bare survival and should not normally be taken into account. We would add that the temperature inside the tent is usually higher than outside.

How do temperatures compare between different brands of sleeping bags?

Unless temperatures are given according to EN 23537:2016, it is difficult to compare sleeping bags across brands. However, for down sleeping bags, it is generally true that two sleeping bags with the same fill weight at the same down fill (e.g. 300g of 850+ cuin down) will be approximately the same warmth. A sleeping bag with either a higher fill weight or a higher fill weight (e.g. 900 cuin) will be warmer. Differences in construction, unless it is for example the absence of a hood, usually play a minimal role. It is therefore advisable to compare the filling used in particular and not to be misled by the stated temperature alone.

Filling:

  • 400 g of high quality goose down 850+ cuin (cubic inches) fill power - EU standard
  • 96% down, 4% small feathers
  • 55% front fill, 45% back fill
  • feathers are ethically sourced from Polish geese (never plucked alive)

Polish feathers are renowned worldwide as the highest quality ever - partly due to the high differences between summer and winter temperatures, which force the geese to produce very high quality feathers. Partly the good conditions under which the geese are kept (outdoors, with access to water and air).
These feathers are 100% hypoallergenic - we can say from our own experience that even a member of our team with feather allergies has been using Cumulus sleeping bags for a long time without any problems. He hasn't even had a hint of trouble when visiting the Cumulus production facilities, including the room where the sleeping bags are filled, and the feathers fly literally everywhere.

Fabric:

  • ultralight, strong and durable Pertex Quantum 29 g/m2
  • very pleasant to the touch
  • windproof
  • DWR water repellent finish
  • resistant to feather penetration

Other parameters:

  • separate drawstrings - flat draws the hood, round draws the sleeping bag at the neck
  • trapezoidal footbox - designed for the shape of the feet
  • single top collar
  • two-way YKK zippers along almost the entire length of the sleeping bag
  • zippers compatible between Lite Line and Panyam models - 2 sleeping bags can be combined (If you want to use this option, please write it in the note before ordering. It is necessary to ensure that one sleeping bag has a zipper on the left and the other on the right.)
  • small inner zipped pocket with luminescent slider
  • loops for hanging
  • trapezoidal chamber system
  • comes with a large storage sack and a compression sack

For even better compression and water protection, we recommend the Evac Compression Dry Bag or a combination of a sleeping bag compression pack and a waterproof bag.

Cumulus sleeping bags are hand sewn. One seamstress always sews the entire sleeping bag from start to finish. The filling of the individual chambers is also done by hand for precision.

Lifetime warranty.

If you want a sleeping bag of a different size or with other different specifications, contact us. For custom made sleeping bags, delivery time is 1-3 months

Specification

Down goose down 850 cuin (ethical sourcing)
Comfort temp. 2°C
Limit temp. -4°C
Packed size 23 x Ø15 cm
Fill weight 400 g
Stuff sack volume 5,5 l
Material Pertex Quantum 29 g/m2
Weight 684 g (up to 170 cm - short left, up to 170 cm - short right)
705 g (up to 183 cm - standard left, up to 183 cm - standard right)
736 g (up to 196 cm - long left, up to 196 cm - long right)
(there may be slight variations in weight between specific pieces)

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lehký spací pytel, šikovna velka kapsa uvnitr batohu

Verified customer

2024/01/31 11:07

Lehky prijemny spacak.

Verified customer

2023/01/09 17:23

lehoučký, teploučký
drahý

Verified customer

2021/07/26 12:10

skvělý materiál, lehký, malý ale teplý

Verified customer

2021/05/10 14:52

Dobrý univerzální spacák, mám už pět let a ušel pár tisíc kilometrů.
Při použití jenom na léto do 2500 m.n.m. bych asi spíše volil model se 300g peří. Při 2,5 měsíční letní cestě po Karpatech se mi zežmolkovalo peří v okolí ramenou, protože jsem se skoro každou noc potil.
Půlhvězdička dolů za to, že u levého a pravého jsme měli jinak dlouhé zipy, ale Pod7kilo to kompenzoval férovou slevou a funkčnost to neovlivňuje.

Michal Medek

2019/11/18 23:09

Skvělá tepelná izolace. Vzhledem k péřové výplni, doporučuji používat v kombinaci se stanem či bivakem, jinak nad ránem vlhne a musí se následně sušit. Po pár týdnech denního užívání, se na spodní straně, loft celkem dost zploští, tudíž tepelná izolace už není tak dobrá. Spacák je velice lehký a dobře skladný.

Hana Bílková

2018/03/20 20:54

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