Oberon™ 0f/-18c Sleeping Bag

(9 customer reviews)

$469.95

For those that take their adventures into the heart of winter or into colder climates, the Oberon provides the crucial protection you need. We engineered the Oberon to protect athletes from extreme conditions during extreme pursuits, meticulously designing every gram to add warmth and security for the user. Certified by the Responsible Down Standard, the bag’s 800-fill Nikwax Hydrophobic Down™ repels moisture and stays warm in damp conditions. Get better rest while keeping the cold at bay with the Oberon. Storage sack and compression stuff sack included.

Zoned Insulation: Maximizes warmth and saves weight by intentionally placing fill where you need it most. Using 60% of the fill on top and 40% on the bottom gives the Oberon the optimum balance of warmth-to-weight.

Additional features: Heat-trapping draft collars, full-length zipper draft tubes, differential cut, snag-free zipper, cinchable hood and external zip pocket.

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9 reviews for Oberon™ 0f/-18c Sleeping Bag

  1. Kevin

    WHAT?!!?! – Out freaking standing sleeping bag. The weight is insanely light and it might actually be too warm.

  2. Allen

    A quality winter bag – I am on a long distance motorcycle trip from Alaska to Patagonia. The trip also involves a lot of alpine climbing so the weather swings on the trip are quite dramatic.

  3. SkiBumLady

    New favorite bag – I got to take the Oberon for a “test sleep” with Thermarest in January, and I was thoroughly impressed. The weather was damp.

  4. Robert

    Excellent light wight winter bag! – The Oberon sleeping bag is extremely light and compact to be so warm! It packs and weights as a three-season bag, but works fine in winter! Last winter I used it in the Norwegian mountains.

  5. Mike Hardaker

    Thermarest Oberon Sleeping Bag Review – I have started winter camping and was looking for a sleeping bag that would allow me to camp out in temperatures under 32 F ( 0 °C) as well as double as a sleeping bag I could use in the spring,.

  6. Erin

    Excellent winter bag for ski trips! – I absolutely loved using this sleeping bag on a series of ski trips in different backcountry huts as well as snow camping! It packed small in a stuff sack and was light weight carrying it on.

  7. Mike

    Best winter bag out there – This is bag is the bees knees. It is already as light as my 15 degree bag I use at altitude in the summer and packs up pretty dang small.

  8. Matt

    Kept me warm during a winter storm at 10,000 feet – This bag is very light, easily compressible, and quite warm. I was at Camp Muir in early June when a very wintery storm rolled in with 10 degree temperatures, 40+ mph wind and lots of snow.

  9. Ethan

    Excellent winter bag with 3-season weight! – I recently used this bag during an ascent of Mt. Baker in Northern Washington and I loved it.

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