WILDCAT-Dry (A50) Down Sleeping Bag $719.00-$779.00

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  • Regular price $759.00 CAD

Expeditionary mummy. Roomy, yet superwarm. Cannot open flat or zip together. Range: -35°C.  

  • Waterproof, highly breathable DryShell® outer fabric.
  • Stitchlines sewn with water-repellent thread.
  • 850+ fillpower Premium European Goosedown. 
    RDS-certified (Responsible Down Standard).
  • a splendid loft of 9-9.5" (23-24 cm).
  • Rated to -35°C.
  • Weighs only 3.4 lbs. (M), or 3.74 lbs. (L).
  • Articulated, differential construction ensures an even layer of insulation.
  • Contoured neck opening & superbly sculpted hood.
  • Anatomically shaped, downfilled 'Draft Yoke' - hassle-free, cozy & effective.
  • Downfilled 'semi collar' eliminates drawstring pressure.
  • Lycra®-elasticized calf section fills empty space around legs.
  • Anatomically correct slant/trapezoid foot box.
  • Trouble-free, 'Instant-Release' side zipper.
  • Zippered pocket.
  • Sideblock baffle prevents down from shifting.
  • Waterproof-coated stuffsack included... or upgrade to a Compressor Sack for $9.95.

Yoke Draft Collar (on 'MB', 'M' & 'A' bags - except 'M10')

Yoke-shaped semi collar blocks drafts.  Hassle-free automatic function.  No outdated "garrotting" drawstring, as still found on most other brands.

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  Far superior to the outdated plain drawstrings still found on most other brands.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


Model  Fitting  Est. Max. Temp. Fill Weight  Total Weight  Price Size of Compressor Sack
A50-M  Fits to 5'9", 
 61" girth
-35°C 1063 g/37.5 oz.  1540 g/3.4 lbs.


A50-L  Fits to 6'4", 
 63" girth
-35°C 1171 g/41.3 oz.  1695g/3.74 lbs.


A50-XL Fits to 6'4'',
66'' girth
-35°C 1213 g/42.8 oz. 1840g/4.06 lbs.



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

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Ravil C.

The temperature constantly dropped below -40°C during my Arctic expedition (a solo climb of Mt. Gunnbjorn, Greenland’s highest mountain). The Taiga ‘Wildcat’ A50 down sleeping bag was excellent. It was rated to -35°C, but kept me warm at far more extreme temperatures. The DryShell material worked perfectly, the sleeping bag was dry all the time, despite the condensate and snow dust in the tent.

Dave F
Winter Expedition Bag

Pro’s: Warm, dense down fill with high loft
Super comfortable draft collar, easy to use/adjust hood
Waterproof shell
Con’s: Not as compressible/packable as other bags (likely due to dense fill, which provides superior warmth/heat retention)
Has an outer storage pocket: could use an inner pocket to store objects you don’t want to freeze overnight
Impression: Incredibly warm bag with high loft and well thought out details (draft zipper garage, draft collar, hood adjustment). Slept comfortably to -25c. Ideal for temps -10c and lower. Possibly the best bag for extreme conditions.

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