The Robens Morain I is an ideal lightweight summer sleeping bag for backpacking or bike-packing.
If you are planning any summer adventures, backpacking or bike packing with your kids, then you’ll want a summer sleeping bag that is light and compact. And that’s exactly what the Robens Moraine 1 is.
Robens sent us one over to try, so here’s what it’s like.
Robens Moraine I Sleeping Bag Review
The first thing that really impressed me with the Robens Moraine I is the incredibly small pack size at just 21 cm tall and 13 cm deep. Smaller than a bag of sugar and much lighter at just 615 grams.
The bag itself is 220 cm long and 85 cm wide at its widest point, narrowing to 52 cm at the foot. There’s ‘shark fin foot box’ to give your feet more room.
To keep its small size, the Moraine I uses MicroThermo Insulation, and it doesn’t need a lot as this is just a summer bag (14C comfort for a woman and 11C for a man).
As you would expect, there’s a mummy hood with drawcords to keep heat in, as well as hanger hooks on the base.
An alternative is the Robens Moraine II is slightly larger and is 2-season. Or, have a look at our review of the Robens Spur 250.
Have a look at our video below at 10:39
- Small Pack Size
- Only 1-Season temperature range. If you want something the same but warmer, look at the Robens Moraine II.
Specification: Robens Moraine I Sleeping Bag
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