The Robens Spur 250 is a two-sleeping down-filled sleeping bag that packs down small, ideal for backpacking or bike-packing adventures.
We’ve already featured one lightweight backpacking or bike-packing sleeping bag. Well, here’s another. Is the Robens Spur 250, and unlike the Robens Moraine I, the Robens Spur 250 is a 2-season sleeping bag.
Weighing just a fraction more than the Moraine 1 at 780 grams, the Spur 250 has a higher temperature range, with comfort level (for a woman) at 9C and a limit (for a man) of 5C, with an extreme level of -8C.
It achieves this higher level of insulation by using 250g of RDS Certified duck down.
The Robens Spur 250 packs down to 22 cm high and 17 cm diameter, but when unpacked, the sleeping bag measures 220 cm long, 86 cm wide (at the shoulders, and 53 cm wide at the foot).
This is a good sleeping bag, but it is expensive. What you are paying for is such a well-insulated bag that packs down to something small and lightweight, which is just what you need if backpacking or bike packing.
We’ll be using this bag for real bike-packing very soon, so stay tuned to see how we get on with it.
Have a look at our video below at 14:12
- Packs Small
- Good 2-season temperature range
- Very expensive, as you would expect from a technical bag like this.
Specification: Robens Spur 250 Sleeping Bag
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