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Macpac Latitude XP Goose Down 500 Sleeping Bag - Standard

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Macpac Latitude XP Goose Down 500 Sleeping Bag - Standard

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Designed with performance and functionality in mind, the tapered semi-rectangular shape of the Latitude 500 optimises warmth and insulation.
  • Product Description
    The Latitude 500 XP is a versatile sleeping bag that's suitable for a wide range of adventures. Filled with premium 700 loft Responsible Down Standard (RDS) goose down encased in a breathable and water-resistant Pertex® Quantum Pro shell, the Latitude 500 will keep you comfortable in cold weather. Designed with performance and functionality in mind, the tapered semi-rectangular shape optimises warmth and insulation while providing more internal space than a traditional mummy-shaped sleeping bag.
  • Design features
    700 loft 90/10 Responsible Down Standard (RDS) goose down
    Pertex® Quantum Pro provides a high level of water resistance whilst remaining lightweight, soft and breathable
    Temperature ratings: comfort -2°C, limit -8°C, extreme -26°C
    Radial chest baffles prevent down migration for consistent warmth
    Semi-rectangular shape for more spacious comfort
    Full length side zip and foot zip for temperature control
    Twin chamber directional draft tube functionality — eliminates zip draft through unique design
    Inside zip pocket for keeping essentials close by
  • Product Specifications
    Outer FabricPertex® Quantum Pro
    Outer Fabric Weight (g/m2)58
    Outer Fabric Hydrostatic Head (mm)1000
    Inner Fabric100% Nylon
    Inner Fabric Weight (g/m2)49
    Fill Type90/10 RDS Goose Down
    Fill Power (cuin)700
    Fill Weight (g)500
    Temperature RatingComfort -2°C / Limit -8°C / Extreme -26°C
    DWRDWR (C6)
    Weight (g)1119
  • Care
    To maintain loft store in a mesh bag if unused for long periods of time
    Wash only by hand in lukewarm water using pure soap (non-detergent) or Nikwax Down Wash®
    Handle with special care while wet – do not twist or wring your bag
    Rinse your bag several times then gently press out excess water
    Dry your bag on a low heat setting in a commercial tumble dryer or air dry naturally over several days – if air drying, shift bag periodically and gently break up any clumps of down
    Do not machine wash
    Do not bleach
    Do not iron
    Do not dry clean your bag
    Avoid overexposure to direct sunlight
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XP 500
I just spent six nights on the overland track using the XP500. After chilling days in the snow across the broad range of track conditions on the overland it was a pleasure to climb into this bag for good snooze. On the -5 nights the bag was at its limit re comfort so I suggest if on the track in august then select the 700. Overall happy with the purchase.
August 25, 2017
Flexible Family Sleeping Bag
I bought a left and right hand zip version of this at the mention of the Tower Junction staff and now they can zip together. Great for partners, and has the required foot zip for worming capabilities.
December 18, 2016
Excellent
A great sleeping bag, clearly high quality, I am glad I spent the money, it was worth it.
May 21, 2013
Great all rounder!
I purchased the Latitude 500XP to use during my Outdoor Recreation studies. Over the course of two years it saw warm nights sea kayaking, frosty nights in the Simpson Desert and camping in the snow on Mt Feathertop. The fact you can ventilate it out really easy makes it a very versatile bag and a personal favourite.
December 15, 2012
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I'm trying to decide between the Overland 400, XP 500 or XP700 to replace my 25yr old Escapade 350 (bought originally to travel through Asia!)? I use my bag camping (tent), tramping and skiing (staying in huts). This summer using my 350 I was uncomfortably cold in mild temps of 14 degrees C!! I am obviously feeling the cold more as I age! Would the 700 or 500 be too hot. Would the 400 be too cold! Weight is a big consideration plus ventilation. Help, I just cant decide!🤔
Indecisive on Feb 18, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Alex, the Overland 400 and Latitude XP 500 have similar temperature ratings the Overland has a temperature rating of -1 Limit of -7 and extreme of -24 whereas the 500 XP has a temperature rating of 0 Limit of -6 and extreme of -23. The Overland has a hyper dry treatment which provides a water resistant coating on the duck down which allows the down to puff back up if the down was to become wet. The 500 XP is goose down and does not have the Hyper dry feature, however the outer shell is constructed from Pertext Quantum Pro which provides a water resistance coating to provide increased weather resistance, durability, high water resistance and maximises efficiency of insulation. The 700 XP has the same specs except the temperature rating is slightly better the temperature rating is as follows - Comfort -4/Limit -10 and extreme -29. The extreme temperature rating refers to having 6 hours to get out of the situation or the situation could become life threatening. Depending on what weather conditions and temperatures you will experience will be the decider of which bag to purchase. If you need to discuss this further please feel free to call the customer service line NZ 0800 622 722 or AU 180 128 504 and we will be more than happy to assist you further. Hope this information was helpful. Cheers :)