This three-season synthetic-fill sleeping bag, designed for hiking and trekking, manages wet conditions really well.
“Under canvas, you often have to deal with condensation,” explains Antoine, product manager. “Moisture can come from the body, but it can also be very wet outside, when it snows or rains. There’s ground moisture, too. Synthetic fill ensures a good reaction to all these types of moisture.” Other advantages of synthetic fill? Affordability and ease of care: “You can machine-wash a synthetic-fill bag and store it compressed.”
Available in six models tailored to you and your activities, the Baikal range lets you choose according to the comfort temperatures that suit you. The 1100 Reg is a standard size. Tall users should pick the 1100 Long version.
- SPECIFICATIONS :
- Comfortable mummy shape
- Synthetic fill and polyamide shell for insulation from cold and wet
- Double side zip and inside anti-cold flap / Inside pocket
- Hood with drawcord
- Left or right hand zip, combinable
- FABRICS :
- Fill : SuperMix Fiber
- 3D mix of hollow silicone-coated fibers
- Top: 2x100g/m². Bottom: 1x150g/m²
- Outside shell: Polyamide 40D/255T ripstop
- Inside lining: 50D/300T Polyester
- COMPOSITION :
- Outside shell : 100% polyamide
- Filling : 100% polyester
- Inner : 100% polyester
Millet gives apparel and equipment to mountaineers since 1950.
The name Millet became famous in the 1930s when the first shopping bags with shoulder straps appeared. Adapted a few years later into a backpack, the idea quickly catapulted the French brand to the top. The development of technical products for use in the mountain environment gave the brand a strong image, strengthened by the input and backing of the generation’s best mountaineers.
Alpinism, climbing, hiking, trekking, ski, fast triking are covered by the Millet range composed by jackets, pants, fleeces, softshells, technical underwear, beanies, gloves, backpacks, ropes, sleeping bags, climbing shoes and shoes.
Millet is now clearly a reference in the field of Mountain clothing, both for historical reasons and the quality of current products.