1001-NIGHTS-Dry (BH30, 40)Down Sleeping Bag $539.00-$659.00

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Advanced Barrel. Separate hood/collar functions in 2 modes:  attached or freely rotating.  Opens up 'flat'.  2 zip together.  Ranges:  -13°C, -20°C

Waterproof/breathable DryShell® outer fabric, water-repellent thread. 850+ fillpower European Goosedown.  -13°C to -20°C. 

Revolutionary 'Dream Machine' combines thermal efficiency with exceptional versatility!

  • Waterproof, highly breathable DryShell® outer fabric.
  • Stitchlines sewn with water-repellent thread.
  • Detachable 'Collar Hood', significantly increases versatility & warmth ...
    • a) allows zipping 2 bags together, with both hoods in their proper place.
    • b) doubles as a comfortable, superbly effective draft collar.
  • Down-filled Face Draft Tube eliminates drawstring pressure & reduces draft.
  • Hassle-free 'Instant-Release' safety zipper, with compartmentalized draft flap, alongside & foot provides ample ventilation.
  • Bag opens up to use as a comforter.
  • 2 bags zip together to form a double.
  • 850+ fillpower Premium European Goosedown, 
    RDS-certified (Responsible Down Standard).
  • Waterproof-coated stuffsack included... or upgrade to a Compressor Sack for $9.95.

Sideblock Baffle (on 'M' & 'BH' bags)
Separation between top & bottom of sleeping bag prevents down from shifting and forming cold spots. "Continuous baffles" (no sideblock) are a cheaper, less effective construction.

Face Draft Tube (on all Taiga® bags)

Comfortable downfilled tube with integral drawcord snugs around your face, keeping the cold out.  Far superior to the outdated plain drawstrings still found on most other brands. 

Expertly designed & crafted in Canada.

WHY are TAIGA® Sleeping Bags so special?  Read all about it here…

Sleeping Bag Comparison Chart

Sleeping Bag Compressor Sack Lite $15.95-$19.95

Sleeping Bag Stuffsack $7.50 - $8.95

 

Model Fitting Est. Comf. Max. Fill Weight Total Weight Price Size of Compressor Sack
BH30-M fits to 5'9",
63" girth
-13°C 721 g/25.4 oz. fill
1180 g/2.6 lbs.


 $539.00

7-8*
BH30-L fits to 6'4",
65" girth
-13°C 806 g/28.4 oz. fill
1295 g/2.85 lbs.


 $569.00

8*
BH30-XL fits to 6'4",
71" girth
-13°C 847 g/29.9 oz. fill
1365 g/3.01 lbs.


 $589.00

8-9*
BH40-M fits to 5'9",
63" girth
-20°C 895 g/31.6 oz. fill
1375 g/3.03 lbs.


 $609.00

8*
BH40-L fits to 6'4",
65" girth
-20°C 996 g/35.1 oz. fill
1505 g/3.32 lbs.


 $639.00

8-9*
BH40-XL fits to 6'4",
71" girth
-20°C 1039 g/36.6 oz. fill
1575 g/3.47 lbs.


 $659.00

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* Diameter of sack.  The smaller one of 2 suggested sizes is more compact, but harder to stuff.

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Sean
The Last Great Canadian-Made

Exhaustive research led me here to an amazing product. I'm near 40 years old. I've been winter camping since I was seven. It used to be rare to encounter bad gear in Canada. But, clearly, I think many of us in the outdoor community have seen the opposite trend over the last 25 years, where it is now increasingly difficult to find good gear. However, this sleeping bag is the embodiment of Great Canadian gear. “Thank You” to the whole team! Cheers.

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John m
Amazing sleeping bag

I have directly bought 3 for family and helped another 3 people to buy these bags and everyone has absolutely loved them. Compare them with the big name brands made in China or Malaysia and there really is no comparison. The taiga gives you more of a higher quality down (850+ fill power), a water resistant shell, and a better quality bag for less money, plus it’s made in Canada! As a society we are always talking about buying local so when you can get something that is clearly better for less money and buy local, it just makes sense! During winter hikes and backcountry skiing I’ve slept overnight in the BH30-L (-13°C) bag in temps of -15°C (5°F) on more than one occasion and it has performed flawlessly. On those cold nights, I slept wearing good long underwear and a down jacket on top of a good insulated hiking mattress and was cozy all night long. Don’t get me wrong, if you leave an air gap around your head, the cold shoots down to your shoulder like a knife, but thankfully the drawstring lets you zip the bag snugly around your face. I recommend Taiga down sleeping bags to everyone who asks about camping or hiking gear. Fantastic bags!

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pierre-yves villeneuve
Perfect for a couple.

We have 2 of these sleeping bags, which fit very well together ‒ no cold spot. They are really made to sleep outside during cold nights. The bags were perfect for our 2-3 days bushcraft outdoor trip in the Canadian winter. They are really high quality, worth the price. It’s hard to find Canadian made sleeping bags these days.

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