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Sea to Summit Traveller TrI 50°F

rated 4.0 of 5 stars

A versatile and quality piece of sleeping gear that can be used in many different ways and provide warmth even in slightly-bellow-rated temperatures. Good option for lightweight backpackers campers and travelers who sleep in various conditions and settings (hammock, tent, hostels, etc.).

  • Lightweight
  • Versatile (can be used in many forms)
  • Good quality
  • Comes with a compacting stuff sack (see “cons”) and a storing square bag for longevity
  • Won’t fit in the supplied compacting stuff sack. And if it does (which is super hard) it’ll get over-compressed, which isn’t something I recommend for down items anyway
  • A bit pricey for a warm-weather bag, but it’s down, good quality, and lightweight so it kinda compensates

I live in a tropical country and temperatures here hardly ever go below 30°F, even at the height of the winter and in the wilderness and rural areas where it’s always colder.

Therefore, I can do fine with mid-temp sleeping bags, added of other layers like clothes (base layer and others) and a hammock sock (e.g. my Outdoor Vitals Bugnet  which serves double-duty as wind insulation and bug protection).

Characteristics

The Sea To Summit TR1 has proved perfect for my needs. It’s lightweight and compact compared to synthetics, and it can be used in different ways to accommodate for various situations.

The zipper is small but smooth and hardly ever snags. I like the quality of Sea to Summit stuff and I use many of their outdoor gear, also because it‘s lightweight and cleverly designed. Entry and exit, closing and opening are as easy and common as with any other similar product.

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It’s well built and high quality, with moisture treatments and comfortable fabric throughout. The color is a bit flashy for my taste, but certainly not a deal breaker. I just prefer more conventional colors to blend into the wilderness, but that’s personal preference and the color is in fact modern and pleasant. 

I didn’t test the moisture resistance and performance because I very rarely get my sleeping bag wet. Even when traveling and camping is stormy weather, I do my best to keep this item in specific away from humidity.

It’s gotten some abuse in the form of dust and rough use though, and after almost a year of constant use it’s looking as new. I keep it in a larger stuff sack, taken from an older sleeping bag, to avoid damage by over-compression (more on this later).

Versatility

The TR1 is not a conventional sleeping bag. It‘s more like the new style of “quilt bags”, with a full-length zipper and both ends open. It’s not square, though, but not radically mummy-shaped either. I got the large (I’m 6') and I like its roominess, I never felt like missing space nor coverage. 

The ends have cinch cords, and can be closed in various ways to allow for the perfect protection/ventilation. Being a warm-weather bag, it has no hood, which I actually prefer because I’m always with a wool beanie or a hooded jacket or shirt when it’s really cold. It’s more convenient for hammock usage in my opinion.

If the intention is to keep it closed, though, a small knot around the string locker is needed to keep the smooth and soft cord from sliding open in the middle of the night, in case we push with the feet while adjusting or during sleep. I learned this the hard way and had to re-adjust a couple of times during the first night in the cold.

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I keep mine cinched down because most of the times I use it 1/3 closed (lower part, to keep my feet in), and the top 2/3 as a blanket, as shown in the images. It’s super-comfortable and warm like that, and very rarely I close it full, especially with my hammock/bugnet (sock) combo which prevents cold drafts from entering the open parts. 

Just the other day I had to sleep in my old empty house after moving out, and then the lower drafts of cold winter wind that entered under the doors forced me to close it for protection, because I was sleeping on my air pad only directly on the floor. 

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I also used it as a blanket when sleeping in hostels, and once as a traditional sleeping bag in a hostel with a suspect (dirty) bed because I’d forgotten my liner. Those experiences and others have showed me how versatile the TR1 is, which is something I really appreciate in any outdoor equipment. I can’t see myself moving back to traditional sleeping bags, except of course for high mountain explorations and trips when temps drop bellow zero (30°F) that require more protection and warmth.

What’s up with the stuff sack?

The TR1 is compact and lightweight as a warm season down sleeping bag/quilt. But I have a really hard time stuffing it into the provided compression sack. I’m no beginner, but honestly this proved a pain, and made me worry that forcing it into the sack could damage the fabric or the down, even in the short term.

So much so that S2S recommends storing it into the provided bag (in which it comes packed, BTW), which allows the TR1 to “breathe” and keep its loft. 

In the end, I opted for an older slightly larger non-compressing sack that keeps it compact, yet not as compressed. This keeps it loftier for instant use and also eliminates the need to unpack and open it after every trip, which is certainly necessary to keep it in good shape.

And I’m using the TR1’s compression sack for my hammock/bugnet-sock combo which fits perfectly and can be compressed without problem. 

The S2S TR1 replaced my old and trusty Deuter Dreamlite 500 which is rated for the same temps but is synthetic filling and weighs 300g (almost 10oz.) more. I have a sub-freezing sleeping bag that only gets used when I’m traveling abroad or doing high-mountain trips and camping, but most of my outdoor activities can be done with warm-weather sleeping bags. All that considered, I’m really liking the TR1 because of its weight and versatility.

Source: bought it new Price Paid: 260 USD (final local price with import taxes and delivery)

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Enables me to go with a 40-liter pack for four days and three nights in summer.

  • Compresses smaller than any bag I've seen
  • Good to use as a blanket
  • Ultra sil compression sack included
  • Storage cube included
  • Drawcord with toggle, not zippered, bottom

With this bag, I can get my summer sleep/shelter system down to around 4 1/2 pounds. The bag compressed (15 oz) in its Ultra sil compression sack (blue) on left with a Sea to Summit Ultralight Pillow (2 oz) in the sack also. Next to it is the Marmot Tungsten UL 1   (pole bag, tent body, fly in an ultra sil (yellow) and stake bag (2 lbs 9 oz), and the Nemo Tensor mummy  sleeping pad in it's stuff sack (15 oz) on the far right.

I just did a 4-day, 3-night solo backpacking trip in NY with a Gregory Zulu 40 (L) backpack with the above setup, a stove, pot, six freeze-dried meals, snacks, changes of clothing, a hydration bladder, a couple of Chute water bottles , a Sawyer Squeeze , a headlamp, other miscellaneous gear, and a pair of camp shoes (New Balance Minimalists, 12 ounces) in the pack's stuff pocket.

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People I've shown this bag compressed are amazed at how small it is.

Below: the bag compressed.

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I understood this when purchasing because I wanted lightweight and small packed size. I'll only cinch it, and use it as a half bag (bag pulled up to my chest), on a much colder than predicted nights when I can wear an insulating layer with my arms outside the bag. You can also close the bottom drawcord, zip the Tr1 halfway up, and use the bottom half as a bag and the top half as a blanket/quilt.

The bag is perfect in warm weather, when a blanket is all you need or if you stay in a lodge, hut, cabin and don't want to sleep on the bedding provided. 

Source: bought it new Price Paid: $125 on clearance

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This is a cost effective and more than adequate light minimal coverage for a quick summer outing in the woods. It is versatile enough for couch surfing relatives over the holidays. It is just wide enough to cover two cozy campers that are not too big in girth on a not chilly summer outing.

  • Compacts well
  • Foot area can be open or closed
  • Not real warm
  • Not useful for shoulder seasons

Originally bought for couch surfing relatives, but I found it useful as a comforter on a fall evening too. That opened the door to other uses.

Took it out for a July 6K ft elevation overnight in Sierra Nevadas and it was sufficiently warm in a bivy bag. I added a silk liner and it was okay during a chilly September night in the Cascades. Wife and I used it opened up fully with us in each our own silk liners and in a tent and it kept us comfortable through the night (down to low 30's).

I think our body heat and the silk liners made it work. I would have liked a bit more down in the product to take it down to a few more degrees rather than have to use a heavier quilt. Some modifications may be in order to adapt it to our varied needs and keep it light. The small vol when compressed is great with our small packs. 

More clothing rather than more down filling might be the answer, but we have pretty much minimized our clothing to work for most conditions (excluding this sleeping portion). I would buy this again and would modify it as needed (filling +, - some of the zipper as I use  open (unzipped) on the top nearly all the time).

Source: bought it new Price Paid: on sale: $160

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Sea To Summit - Traveller TrI Sleeping Bag: 50F Down

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The Sea to Summit Traveler TrI Sleeping Bag adapts to your preferred method of exploration. At a temperature rating of 50 F, its a perfect choice for summer camping, a liner in the colder spring and autumn weeks, and a year-round option for hostel hoppers or couch surfers extraordinaire. Its slightly tapered design reduces a bit of weight and bulk for those backpackers obsessed with lightweight logistics. The Traveler TrI is stuffed with 750+ loft Ultra-Dry Down, a water-repellent down that reduces the negative effects that moisture has on down by retaining 60% more loft and absorbing 30% less moisture compared to untreated down. If your travel buddy happens to share your taste in sleeping bags, then zip together your Travelers and enjoy an old-fashioned sleepover. Even when unzipped completely, a single large-sized bag can conveniently cover two people as a light comforter. When the mercury drops unexpectedly, cinch the foot and collar drawcord to maximize the bag's heat insulation. For the lazy campers out there, the bag can be entirely reversed on the tail end of multiple-day trips, just like your shirts before laundry day. Stuff the Traveler into its Ultra-Sil compression bag when traveling from site to site and stuff it into the laundry bag when you run out of sides to reverse.

  • Ultralight sleeping bag perfected for traveling and camping
  • 750-fill down insulation is light and compressible for backpacking
  • Ultra-Dry Down treatment maintains lofty warmth in moisture
  • Unfolds to double as a large comforter
  • Zips into other Traveler Sleeping Bags from Sea to Summit
  • Collar and foot drawcords ensure a secure fit
  • Ultra-Sil compression bag and storage bag included
  • Item #STS007S

Overall Rating

5 based on 58 ratings

Review Summary

What do you think about this product?

October 28, 2023

Highly Rcommended

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Very lightweight, compact and effective. I needed a lighter bag than my old Wilderness Experience Solo sub zero. This works great.

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August 16, 2023

Favorite travel sleeping bag

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This light weight travel bag is roomy and can be paired with a second travel bag for a sleeping bag for two. Adding a liner and pillow adds to comfort. I will use this as I camp, travel to homes, cabins or for sleepovers with the grandchildren. Awesome find!

July 3, 2023

Light weight!!!

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] While I haven’t tried the Traveller sleeping bag yet. It is light and I love the color. I also love the ability to make it a blanket. Sea to Summit has always been associated with quality and great customer service. I’ll be using this next month and posting my experience.

May 5, 2023

Packs up so small

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is the perfect addition to my kit. It packs up so small and now goes with me everywhere.

April 12, 2023

Impressed - great ultra light option

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Light and simple and kept me warm with a liner in 42 degree weather the other night. Packs down so small. It’s a great bag for its size. Light weight, extremely packable, I would recommend the liner to maximize the comfort zone and it also packs down extremely small and does a fantastic job when paired with this bag.

February 14, 2023

Versatile Summer Gear

I am so happy to have this in my arsenal of summer gear. From summer car camping, to backpacking, to bike camping, this light but oh so warm and comfy sleeping bag was all that was needed. The Traveler Sleeping bag/Blanket versatility is what peaked my interest. I love the options of being a blanket during hot nights or zip it up and get all the warmth of a summer rated sleeping bag.

January 5, 2023

A brilliant bag..28 days in

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] A brilliant bag..28 days in a row and still feels fresh

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November 23, 2022

The perfect bag for SW Florida

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Extremely lightweight and packable, adding minimal weight to my kit. Used recently while assisting with a disaster response organization (Team Rubicon) in southwest Florida. It was a perfect option for the warm weather and humid conditions. Nighttime temperatures ranged between upper 60s and lower 70s.

November 20, 2022

BEST LIGHTWEIGHT BAG EVER

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I LOVE this bag. It is so light with everything I need and no frills. It comes with a small compression bag that fits perfectly and is easy to travel with. The bag even has a flap that I can grab onto when I remove the sleeping bag from the stuff sack. I have used it almost every night since I bought it. I like to synch the foot chord and use the rest of it like a blanket. On colder nights I add a blanket on top and together they are perfect. On warm nights, this bag is the anwer. I really do LOVE it. Oh! And when I pull it out of the compression bag, it doesn't take long to puff back up. It's my favorite sleeping bag EVER.

November 16, 2022

Versatility mastered! Thank you.

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Purchased 30 degree regular. Lightweight, super packable and warm! Use it for bike packing, truck camping and camping. So nice having the bottom opening to air out my feet when I overheat.

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Sea to Summit Traveller TRI Regular Down

£ 164.99

  • Ultra Dry Down 750+ Loft – 90% Down Cluster Premium Hydrophobic Duck Down certified RDS
  • 1 Season Performance – with a comfort temperature of 10 degrees and a weight of 420 grams
  • Sewn Through Construction – keeps the down in place
  • Cut with a slight taper – to save weight and maximize thermal performance
  • Shoulder and foot drawcords – to help retain heat when needed
  • Includes lightweight Ultra-Sil compression bag and a storage cell

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This hybrid shaped sleeping bag offers a versatile sleeping option for those heading to warmer destinations. With 750FP down it offers a 1 season performance and is just 420g in weight.

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Ideal for Warmer Climates

The Traveller series can be opened up and used as a quilt making them ideal for travellers heading to warmer climates or as additional insulation on hikes.

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Traveller Down Sleeping Bag (7°C)

  • Size Regular Regular Long Long

BEST USE: Any outdoor adventure

PERFORMANCE: Warm Climate

WEIGHT: 1lb 3.3oz | 546g

COMPRESSED VOLUME: 3.5L

LOWER TEMP RATING: 45°F | 7°C

Like other quality sleeping bag manufacturers, Sea to Summit tests its sleeping bags for their temperature rating using the ISO 23537 test protocol. This information is presented using the following icon:

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The test produces a Lower limit (the temperature a male sleeper should use for orientation) and a Comfort Rating (the temperature a female sleeper should use for orientation). Both are printed inside the sleeping bag and published in the Tech Specs of the sleeping bag webpages.

Sea to Summit Women’s-specific sleeping bags are listed using the Comfort Rating. Unisex bags are listed using the Lower Rating.

What you need to know about the test

A unisex sleeping bag with a Lower limit of 14°F/-10°C should keep a male sleeper comfortable down to 14°F/-10°C provided the sleeper is dressed in heavyweight base layers & insulating cap, and uses a sleeping pad with an appropriate R-Value (for these conditions, at least 4.0)

The same bag will have a Comfort Rating of around 27°F/-3°C, so a woman with the same base layers, cap and sleeping pad would be comfortable down to an air temperature of 27°F/-3°C

These numbers are guidelines, not guarantees. Many factors affect the actual performance. The biggest variable is that the test manikin does not move, where a moving sleeper can draw air into a bag, or compress insulation. 

It’s important to think of a sleeping bag, sleeping pad and a liner as a sleep system – combine individual products appropriate for the conditions, and the system will provide the best possible night’s sleep.

If you plan on sleeping in air temperatures of 28°F/-2°C, choose a sleeping bag with a gender-appropriate rating of 23°F/-5°C, add a sleeping pad with an R-Value of 3+, and use a Reactor Liner.

Traveller Down Sleeping Bag (7°C)

Description

The Traveller Sleeping Bag is great for a summer yurt trip, El Camino pilgrimage, bike tour, or as a lightweight backpacking sleeping bag. It's also perfect for those times when you didn't think you had the room for a sleeping bag but needed one, like impromptu couch surfing, stuck at an airport or staying warm on an overnight ferry. 650+fill PFC-free Ultra-Dry Down keeps you warm on cooler nights and a full length zipper allows for ventilation in warmer temperatures (and lets you couple two Travellers together).

  • RDS-certified, 650+ fillpower duck down with a non-PFC Ultra-Dry Down treatment to stay drier in damp conditions
  • Includes a recycled 20D polyester shell with a non-PFC DWR finish and a 20D polyester liner for pure comfort
  • The full-length zipper and footbox drawcord can be opened for ventilation, or to zip two Travellers together, or to turn the Traveller into a quilt
  • The shoulder drawstring allows you to cinch the Traveller close when temperatures are cooler than expected
  • Sea to Summit Guarantee is offered for the Lifetime of this product

Design Details

Technical Features

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The second highest-lofting down used in any of Sea to Summit’s sleeping bags or quilts. 650+ Fill Power indicates that one ounce (30g) of down will re-expand to over 650 cubic inches after compression. Higher loft means that less down can be used to achieve the same temperature rating – important for performance sleeping bags. The loft and down quality/composition are independently tested by the International Down and Feather Laboratory (IDFL) – a copy of the certification is supplied with every Sea to Summit sleeping bag. The down is responsibly sourced and RDS certified and treated with our non-PFC Ultra-Dry Down™ treatment.

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100% of the down used in our sleeping bags and quilts is independently certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS). The RDS certifies down against animal welfare requirements and tracks it from the source to the final product. The purchase of RDS certified products demonstrates demand for better animal welfare practices in the down and feather supply chain. Sea to Summit is certified to the RDS. To learn more about RDS visit   

https://textileexchange.org/standards/responsible-down/

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Sea to Summit sleeping bags do not contain PFCs.

Ultra-Dry Down™  uses a non-PFC hydrophobic treatment to ensure it absorbs less moisture and dries more quickly. The treatment does not affect the breathability or the lifespan of the down and lasts through at least 20 washings.

The down used in our sleeping bags is RDS-certified responsibly sourced.

Down and synthetic-insulated sleeping bags utilize a non-PFC DWR treatment on the shell fabric for external moisture repellency. This helps prevent the insulation from becoming damp if the sleeping bag comes into contact with condensation on a tent wall, for instance. 

  • Best Use Any outdoor adventure
  • Comes With Ultra-Sil™ Compression Bag & Storage Cell
  • Insulation RDS certified, 650+ PFC free Ultra-Dry Down
  • Shape Hybrid Quilt

Frequently Asked questions

Is the traveller warm enough for cold conditions.

You could extend the 7°C/45°F Traveller down by a few degrees with a Reactor, but - lacking a hood and baffled construction - that is not its intended use.

Can the Traveller be zipped to another sleeping bag?

Two (down or synthetic) Travellers can be zipped together.

What's the best use for a Traveller?

Travel, couch surfing, surviving airports, sleeping in refugios on the Camino, summer/fall hut trips and lightweight summer bike/backpack tours

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Sea To Summit - Traveller TrI

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Sea To Summit - Traveller TrI

  • Regular price $319.00

Filled with 750-fill-power water-resistant duck down, the Sea to Summit Traveller Tr I Sleeping Bag is ideal for fast-and-light backpacking or year-round traveling to hostels and huts.

  • High-loft 750-fill-power down offers superb warmth with minimal weight; Ultra-Dry Down™ water-repellent treatment protects down from moisture
  • Ultra-Dry Down is a water-repellent polymer treatment applied to the down; Ultra-Dry Down retains 60% more loft and absorbs 30% less moisture than untreated down
  • With a European Norm (EN) lower-limit rating of 50°F, the Sea to Summit Traveller Tr I will keep you comfortable on summertime backpacking adventures
  • Traveller Tr I can be zipped together with another Traveller Tr I when you're not alone; Large size will comfortably accommodate 2 people when unzipped and used as a blanket
  • Has a lightly tapered shape with collar and foot drawcords that can be cinched down to seal in heat and a create a mummy-shaped bag
  • Lightweight ripstop nylon shell can be reversed so either the gray or teal color is on the outside
  • Sea to Summit Traveller Tr I Sleeping Bag includes a lightweight Ultra-Sil compression stuff sack and a mesh storage bag

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When you’re planning an adventure abroad, the Sea to Summit Traveller Tr2 Sleeping Bag is the compact and lightweight choice for nights snoozing in hostels, huts or your mate’s couch.

This bag has an ultra-lightweight 15D nylon shell with full horizontal baffles and is filled with extra RDS certified Ultra-Dry Down, which provides warmth and compressibility. Featuring a slightly tapered shape, you can cinch in the shoulder and foot drawcords to trap warmth, or unzip it to throw it over as a quilt when the weather calls for it.

The 5°C comfort rating, -1°C lower limit makes it a more versatile choice for chillier nights, and on your other adventures, the Traveller Tr1 can be used as a top quilt which will add more warmth to your sleeping set up. You can also zip two Traveller bags together to create a lightweight sack for two.

When you’re travelling light, Traveller Tr2 provides a versatile sleep solution for summer camping, overseas expeditions, or cycle touring.

  • 5°C comfort rating, -1°C lower limit
  • 750+ Loft Ultra-Dry Down provides superior insulation
  • Ultra-lightweight 15D Nylon shell minimizes weight and bulk
  • Full-length side zipper
  • Shoulder and foot drawcords
  • Sewn-through quilted construction to keep weight down
  • Can be opened up to use as a quilt
  • Includes compression sack and storage cell
  • Can be paired with another Traveller sleeping bag 

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Q&a's (10), tr2 sleeping bag regular or large 1 answer.

Hi, I'm after a lightweight down sleeping bag rated around 5 degrees, but I like to be able to move around in them (so not tapered) - would you suggest the large TR2 over the regular? Or is there another lightweight bag that's more of a rectangle shape you'd suggest? Thanks

G'day Heather,  The Traveller is realistically one of the only ones that will suit the requirements you've mentioned. It might be worth mentioning that we recommend choosing a bag with a comfort temperature around 5 degrees lower than expected temperatures to offset any variables that may effect how warm you sleep. Based on that, a 5C bag would be recommended for real life temperatures 10C and above. The Traveller also opens up completely like a quilt so if you're wanting abit more space to move around, that would be a good way to do it.  The difference between the regular and the large is primarily the length, so we'd recommend choose the one with a user heigh best suited to you. Give us a buzz on 1300 914 007 if you've got any more questions or you'd like to talk through some other options.

Sleep mat 1 answer

Which shape of the sea to summit ether light xt insulated sleep mats is best suited to this bag, if you are a side sleeper?

G'day Bill, The Traveller is a tapered shape bag, so either the taper or rectangular mat would be fine to use. If you are a side sleeper and you toss about in your sleep abit, the rectangular mat would be a good option (if you dont mind the extra pack size/weight) as it gives you more space to move about.

TR2 sleeping bags 1 answer

When zipping two Traveller sleeping bags together, is this still an option when both are left zip bags?

G'day Belinda,

The Traveller series is only made with a left zipper.  To join them together the bags open out flat and zip around the edge like a sandwich.

Actual weight? 1 answer

Is 645g the actual weight or the claimed weight? What is the actual weight of the sleeping bag only (without the compression sack)?

G'day Steve,

I've just weight the Traveller Tr2 Regular for you and I can confirmed that 645g is the weight of the bag without the compression sack. The compression sack is 60g, so your total carrying weight will be 705g.

Are the dimensions on the page for the Long TR2 correct? 1 answer

I thought is was wider than the standard size bag? Also I currently have an Extra Large TR1, would I be able to zip the different sizes together?

Yes the dimensions are correct for the Tr2 - Long. When you select the Long in the drop-down menu the specifications will update and reflect the greater length and width. You should be able to zip the bag to your other Tr1, as they are compatible with other Traveller modes. 

Foot Zip 1 answer

Just wondering if this has a foot zip? Looks like a great bag!

G'day Pete,

The Traveller Tr2 doesn't have a foot zip, it instead has a drawcord to cinch in and keep your feet warm by trapping your body heat 

What are the temperature rating? 1 answer

Hi, the temp rating look like it's for the Tr1. I just wanted to confirm if those were the temp rating?

G'day Yvette,

I've just double-checked the Sea to Summit catalogue and can confirm the details are correct for the Traveller Tr2. The Tr2 comfort rating is 5'C and the Lower limit is -1'C.

Does the tr2 regular really only way 420g 1 answer

Does the tr2 regular weigh 420grams As shown on your site

G'day Deana,

Great question! These are actually the Tr1 weight specs, so thanks so much for picking that up!  The correct weight for the Sea to Summit Tr2 - Regular is 645g.

Joining TR1 & TR2 1 answer

Hi, I see the TR1 can be joined with another to make a double sleeping bag, but can the same be done with a TR1 and TR2 together?

G'day Michael,

I've just double checked the specifications on the new model Sea to Summit Travellers and yes you can zip a TR1 & TR2 together to make a double.

Tr2 or Tr1 1 answer

Hello. I own the Coleman Pilbara C0 Sleeping Bag and am looking to add a more packable solution. I immediately need the bag for Byron Bay Bluesfest (as much as I want to take it; I think the Pilbara is just going to take up too much space in my duffle). Is the Tr1 or Tr2 more similar to the Pilbara? And would the Tr1 be a stupidly lightweight choice considering I am based in the Tasmania and am planning on doing some multi day hikes? Do you think the Tr1 could function as a stand alone sleeping solution (with a matt and no other blankets) for Tasmanian summer camping or for Bluesfest in Byron over Easter. Finally, do you think there is a better or cheaper alternative for these uses (easily packable in a duffle could be carried on hikes)? Any help would be appreciated.

G'day Luke,

Comparing the Traveller (Tr1 or Tr2) with the Pilbara is a tricky one mate as they are completely different sleeping bags compromising very different materials.  Obviously, your Pilbara is cotton, whereas Sea to Summit uses Ultra-Dry Down to fill their Traveller with a Nylon outer.  The Tr1 packs down to a neat 18cm x 10.5cm, making it the most space efficient of the Travellers and with its comfort rating of 14'C stands out to me as being a pretty good choice for taking to Byron.  However, I understand your concerns over it offering enough warmth for Tassie hiking conditions!  You could still go with it and consider using an  insulated mat for future adventures which make a considerable difference to that ground chill factor for overnight hikes.  In addition, there's the option of using a  thermal liner for extra warmth if suddenly that Tassie summer night dropped in temp?  These options would offer more versatility so you could use your gear in varying climates but for your immediate needs, my recommendation would be the Tr1.  Hope that helps mate and have a great time at Bluesfest :) 

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RDS certified ULTRA-DRY Down 750+ Loft 90% Down Cluster Premium Duck Down, Cut with a slight taper (XL has a rectangular cut), Collar and foot drawcords, Can zip together with another Traveller, YKK #3 side zipper can be used left or right hand, Includes lightweight Ultra-Sil compression bag and a combined storage cell/laundry bag

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