Aerie- named after an owl’s nest, this underquilt can be used on the ground as well as under your hammock. In any of its versatile uses, it will be your very own nest.
Hammock camping continues to grow, but affording all of the gear is expensive. We created a solution for our customers to get more for their money! The new Aerie Underquilt / Sleeping Bag allows our customers to purchase a sleeping bag that they can also use for other adventures! Add in our direct to consumer pricing and camping has never been so affordable and comfortable!
5 USES OF THE AERIE
1. Hammock Underquilt
2. Hammock Pod System
3. Technical Blanket
4. Sleeping Bag
5. Double Sleeping Bag (with an additional Aerie)
Temperature: 0 to 45 degrees Fahrenheit
45° F LoftTek: 2 lbs 4.3 oz (590 g Fill)
15°F LoftTek: 2 lbs 14 oz (925 g Fill)
15°F Down: 2 lbs 4.5 oz (585 g Fill)
0°F LoftTek: 3 lbs 8.5 oz (1230 g Fill)
0°F Down 2 lbs 11.5 oz (780 g Fill)
Hammock Underquilt: trying to avoid "cold butt syndrome?" The Aerie has you covered, literally.
Hammock Pod System: great for when you have a hammock, but no top quilt, sleeping bag, or other forms of insulation!
Technical Blanket: unzip the Aerie completely and use it at any kind of event as a technical blanket!
Sleeping Bag: yes, the Aerie can even be used as a tradition rectangular shaped sleeping bag- no cramped footbox!
Double Sleeping Bag: With another Aerie, you can zip 2 together and have a double sleeping bag to share with that special someone!
- Shell: 20 Denier Ripstop Polyester with VitalDry™ DWR Coating
- Lining: 20 Denier Ripstop Polyester
- Insulation Type: IDFL/ RDS Duck Down OR LoftTek Hybrid Insulation
- Fill: 800-Fill Power StormLoft™ Water Repellent Down (DWR) OR LoftTek Synthetic Fill + 800-Fill Power StormLoft Water Repellent Down (DWR)
- YKK Zipper Location: Right (anti-snag zippers)
- Sleeping Bag Shape: Rectangle
- Size: 70 x 32 in
- Shoulder Girth: 64 in
- Hip Girth: 64in
- Stuff Sack Size: 10 x 7 x 7 in
- Warranty: Outdoor Vitals Performance Promise
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For your reading pleasure I have a review on this sleeping bag. I spent months looking for a good traditional rectangle shaped sleeping bag. I enjoy the warmth of the military issue bags but hate the mummy design as I feel like I cannot move. Not many outdoors companies have a rectangle bag so I took a chance on this. No regrets what so-ever. Is is very light. The zipper works nicely. There is plenty of room for me to move around (I am 6'2") and stay totally in the bag. I did buy a separate compression sack to keep it in so I can leave it loose-ish when not in use and cinch it down when traveling. Great buy. Would definitely recommend.
I doubled this with OV 0 degree under quilt in single digit nights. The combination was perfect
The 0 degree top quilt was all I needed on top.
I wore long johns and a light hoodie
I’d recommend this combination for anyone that uses a hammock tent
It’s been a massive struggle trying to find a sleeping bag to accommodate just how picky I am. I am both a side sleeper and extremely active, so trying to sleep in a mummy bag was awful and constricting. I bought the 0 degree variant and was absolutely blown away by how much better I sleep in this thing. I have plenty of room to move and roll around inside the bag. The one single issue that I had was that it doesn’t fit on any of my sleeping pads because of how long it is.
I took a 15 degree bag Aerie bag out in single digit temps with high winds. Slept comfortably on a 1/8 inch foam pad under a Paria Recharge XL. I started with a merino wool base layer, the later added a fleece midlayer, and both the down booties and hood. The Aerie along with my clothes outperformed my mat. Oh yeah I was in a SMD Lunar Solo. I am sold on OV!!!
Mine is perfect... 2lb 11.5 is what specs says. Mine is 3.0.
I will take the extra 4.5ozs of fill.