TrailHead Backpacking Mummy Sleeping Bag; Regular




- Lightweight backpacking mummy bag
- Soft lining
- Innovative fill packs down tight
- Sturdy water-resistant ripstop shell
- Anti-snag zippers are easy to close from inside or outside of bag
- Three sewn-in hanging loops for storage
- Drawstring stuff sack
- Full-length zipper draft tube
- Roomy footbox
- Lifetime Warranty


You don’t need to break the bank to get a lightweight, warm and comfortable sleeping bag. The TrailHead Ultralight Sleeping Bag has a soft-to-the-touch liner. The innovative fill makes it easy to pack down into your backpack without sacrificing performance. The footbox is built with extra room for your feet. And it comes with our Lifetime Warranty so you can also be comfortable with your purchase. It’s helping thousands of backpackers and campers stay comfortable in The Great Outdoors.

Specs and Sizing

Primary Features

Size: 87" x 32" (at the shoulders) x 22" (at the foot)
Pack Weight: 2.9 lbs.
Temperature Rating: +20˚F


Shell: 75D Diamond Ripstop
Liner: Double-Brushed P5 Poly Hi-Count
Fill: PolarLite Micro Insulation

Storage & Conveniences

Size (packed): 14.5" x 6.5" x 6.5"
Storage: Oxford Stuff Sack with Drawstring Closure

Lifetime Warranty

TETON Sports has one of the best product guarantees in the business, made possible by our low defect rate and extra-mile customer service policy.

Customer Reviews

  • Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating

    Based on 1 reviews

  • Michael Wilson

    This sleeping bag literally saved my life. Not figuratively, but literally.

    I was on a trip in the Smoky Mountains. The entire week was rain, rain, and more rain, and everything was soaked. The forecast said a winter storm was coming soon, and I was on my way out of the backcountry when I ran into a 40-year record flash flood at the last ford. There was no way out, so I had to turn back and set up camp.

    That night the winter storm hit, and temperatures dropped into the low 20’s. Everything was soaking wet — even my sleeping bag sprayed water on my face when I flipped it open. But like a good synthetic bag, it kept me warm enough to get by. My tent was buried under 6 inches of snow, my wet boots froze solid, and my wet sleeping bag kept me alive. It wicked moisture from my wet clothes and body, out through the bag to condense on the outer shell and freeze. The inside was oppressively damp, but warm enough to make it until the floodwaters receded. I wasn’t comfortable, but I’m here to tell the story.

    My only problem now is cleaning the odors of the trip from the bag — a worthwhile exchange!

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