One Planet Robin Hoodless -3°C Down Sleeping Bag
The generous rectangular shape makes this the ideal bag for those who want plenty of room and it can also be opened out to make a queen-size doona. One Planet has dispensed with the weight of a technical hood, replacing it with a sleeve: insert your own pillow for a great night’s sleep. When you’re not using your bag, stuff it inside the sleeve to make an awesome travel pillow. V-baffles, 700 loft duck down and a draft tube on the zip help to keep the chill out while you camp out.
Robin Hoodless sleeping bags are made using lightweight and highly breathable 15-denier Vapour Vent fabric. This strong, compressible and highly breathable fabric is ‘downproof by construction’: the tight weave keeps the down in but allows water vapour to escape. This reduces the possibility of clamminess and allows the down to loft fully for maximum performance.
One Planet use two qualities of down in their sleeping bag range.
700+ loft DWR-treated duck down is our best value down, used for applications where minimum weight and packed size are not critical. Sleeping bags filled with this down are around $50 cheaper than their 800+ loft counterparts and around 100 grams heavier.
800+ loft DWR-treated duck down is our premium choice – a must for the gram counters. This high-lofting white duck down delivers luxurious warmth at a fine, feathery weight. This down has excellent compactability and loft recovery.
Down is the best insulation for lightweight sleeping bags due to its loft, compressibility and durability. However, this golden fibre has a failing: its ability to insulate drastically decreases when it is wet.
The solution is now here – DWR DOWN. This down has been selected to meet our rigorous standards, with a durable water-repellent (DWR) treatment applied after the cleaning and sorting process.
The benefits of DWR DOWN are:
It absorbs less water in damp conditions
It retains higher loft (insulation) in damp conditions
It dries faster
Robin Hoodless sleeping bags are filled to order with 700+ loft DWR DOWN for great value.
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One Planet sleeping bags are rated using the European Standard EN13537. This means every sleeping bag has two ‘real world’ and one extreme rating. To determine what temperature might be most suitable for you see our technical pages.
- ‘Comfort’ rating is based on a ‘standard’ woman having a comfortable night’s sleep.
- ‘Limit of comfort’ is based on the lowest temperature at which a ‘standard’ man is deemed to be able to have a comfortable night’s sleep. This is the figure we use in our product descriptions.
- ‘Extreme’ rating is a survival rating for a ‘standard’ woman. According to EN 13537, ‘a strong sensation of cold has to be expected and there is a risk of health damage due to hypothermia’. This is a survival rating only, and consumers should not rely on this rating for general use. The best guidelines are the comfort and limit of comfort ratings.
Robin Hoodless sleeping bags come in one size.
As a general rule, One Planet sleeping bags are a little roomier than other brands. The shoulder circumference measurements (below) give an indication of the internal space in the sleeping bag.
A well-fitting bag will give the best performance. If you need more room, One Planet offer a series of Sleeping Bag Expanders.