The Lite Line 200 is Cumulus’ two-season bag for travellers on the move – uber lightweight and packable – which makes it an ideal choice for bikepackers and travelling cyclists.
Cumulus have many years’ experience making down sleeping bags, with the Lite Line range having a great mix of warmth, pack size and weight. The Lite Line 200 weighs in at 535 grams, packs down to 19 x 15 cm and has a comfort temperature of 9 degrees, which makes it best suited for use in late spring, summer and early autumn.
The insulation is Polish goose down, with a fill power of 850. Cumulus themselves inspect all the down they receive before allowing it be used in their sleeping bags meaning they can guarantee the quality of all the product. Keeping the down in the bag is a tough but lightweight Pertex Quantum fabric, which has long been a popular choice for technical down products and so this was a logical choice for Cumulus.
A few practical features have also been included. Inside is an internal pocket, the zip has two self-locking sliders and the hood has an adjustable elasticated toggle. All that is left to do is pack you bags, get on our bike and ride off into the hills…
The bag comes with stuff sack for packing when travelling, and a storage sack for storing when back at home (store unpacked).
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