The Anchorage is an envelope style sleeping bag.
It is rated to +14° C and is suitable for late spring and summer outdoor camping. Otherwise it can be used as a year round overnight indoor bag.
The zipper zips all the way around, allowing you to use this sleeping bag as an open double doona.
- Size: 190 x 75cm
- Shell and lining: 170T Polyester
- Filling: Polyester, 200g/m²
- 14° C temperature rating
- Comfort rating: Summer
- Carry bag supplied
- Carry bag size: 36cm x 21cm
- Weight: 0.90 kgs
Designed in Germany, made in China, LA Trekking Sleeping Bags provide quality at affordable prices.
Upon receipt of payment your order will be packed and posted either the same day, or at latest the next working day.
Paypal and credit cards are processed almost immediately, while bank transfers can take 24-48 hours.
In general we find that deliveries to Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane metro and VIC regional are made within 1-3 working days. NSW, SA, TAS, ACT and NT take 2-5 working days. Regional QLD, WA and other remote areas will take 5-7 working days.
Please note these are only expected deliveries times and occasionally delays may occur.
We use Australia Post for all of our deliveries except for Bulky Items. For bulky items we use Direct Freight Couriers.
COMBINED POSTAGE FOR THE PURCHASE OF SEVERAL ITEMS
Our internal shipping charge calculator will tell you the cost of your postage prior to your checkout. In most cases buying more than 1 item will result in cost savings to you.
- Small items up to 500g cost around $7 postage. Depending on the weight and size you will get 2 sometimes 3 small items posted for this amount.
- Most larger items post for about $12 and you will generally be able to add 1-3 small items at no extra charge
- Once you purchase products over 3 kg in weight there is generally, only a small amount of extra postage charged
COMBINED SHIPPING CHARGES FOR BULKY ITEMS
You can add smaller items together with bulky items and there will generally be no or a small added postage cost. Ordering items such as 2 bike cases may not result in any savings due to their volume. Ordering mid-size items like two fluid trainers together will result in very good savings though. You will get your quote for shipping costs before you checkout.
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We now ship to New Zealand. For further details please visit our International page here.
Temperature Guide for Sleeping Bags
A rating of -5deg may not guarantee that you will be warm at that temperature!
Some people feel the cold more than others, if this applies to you then remove about 5°C from the lower comfort temperature. For example, a bag with a comfort rating of 0°C might be better, if you are susceptible to the cold, than a bag that has a comfort rating of 5°C.
This could be due to many different factors:
- Older people tend to feel the cold more than younger people
- Females have a different sense of the cold to males
- Infrequent campers may be more susceptible to the cold compared to hardened mountaineers
- Poor nourishment or hydration can lead to poor homoeostasis management (the ability of your body to react to environmental changes and keep you at a healthy temperature).
- Larger built people will feel the cold less than those with a slender build
If the bag is being used in different physical environments then the temperature will deviate from the average or temperate norm. At higher altitudes, air temperatures are cooler (-1°C for every 150m gain approx.) so for mountains you would need to remove about 5°C from the lower comfort temperature before you even accounted for your own physiology! If you are sleeping in a tent, chalet, hut or out in the open air, wind chills and other factors can affect the temperatures.
If you tend to feel the cold, and indeed to also extend the clean life of a bag, we recommend the use of a liner. For females, children and thinner people a thermal bag liner is a great investment.