The leanest and lightest of our Reactor series, the Reactor 35 weighs in at a scant 2 pounds—but it’s heavy on warmth thanks to our thermal reflective technology and heat-trapping Thermic MX insulation.
Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining traps your body heat while providing breathability
Omni-Shield advanced repellency protects you from rain and condensation in the tent
Offset quilt construction to avoid cold spots
LH/RH zip together
19” x 8” compression sack included
Thermic MX™ Insulation
Draft tube insulates your zipper to keep out the cold
EN T-Comfort: 51 degrees F, 10 degrees C
EN T-Limit: 43 degrees F, 6 degrees C
EN T-Extreme: 21 degrees F, -6 degrees C
Average weight: 35 oz
Fill weight: 16 oz
Regular fits 6’ person
Shell: Omni-Shield 100% nylon 30D micro ripstop
Lining: Omni-Heat thermal reflective Microtex
Omni-Heat™ Reflective Thermal Reflective Warmth
Magic in a littlesilver dot.
Breathable material with little silver dots that reflect body heat.
Reactor™ 35 Mummy II Sleeping Bag
Good bag for the price, light and packable
So far I've only used this bag during summer 50+ degree camping trips. It comes with a compression bag making it very small when packed and very light to carry. The material is comfortable and the Omni heat does seem to work well. I will be using it during winter months, from what I can tell it will be warm enough inside the tent. Overall the sleeping bag is comfortable but somewhat narrow compared to other bags I looked at (for 5' 10" female). This hasn't been an issue since I sleep with it unzipped.
August 16, 2013
This sleeping was a gift for my son. He used it the weekend after he recieved it on a boy scout camping trip. Actully he slept in it at home the day he got it. His review was that " it was real warm without being to hot"
October 26, 2012
Not as I expected
I used this one time, and it already has a snag in it, the inside padding is coming out. I'm sure I could fix it by sewing it, but it is frustrating. It also wasn't as warm as I thought it would be. I got cold in the middle of the night. The mummy style is always nice though.
September 15, 2012
Can you feel the heat?
I was gifted this sleeping bag during a press trip - under the condition that I hiked it out myself during a 10 mile ascent from the floor of the Grand Canyon up to the rim. The first test thing sleeping bag passed? It's light, compact, and easily transported.
The reflective heat aspect is no joke. Seriously, this bad boy gets cookin'. Unfortunately for me, it doesn't stop working during the summertime. I would definitely not suggest taking this out as your sleeping bag during summer camping trips - you will be HOT. If you have no other choice, consider flipping it inside out (that's what I did, and it didn't get so warm).
For how tiny this thing scrunches up, it expands surprisingly well and had a nice cushion to it.
My favorite little detail? The pocket. All sleeping bags should have pockets!
August 20, 2012
Size & Fit Guide
How to Measure
How to Measure
Fold up at dotted line.
Place against a wall or other 90 degree surface.
Place heel against fold/wall on flat level surface.
Mark the end of the longest toe with a pen or pencil.
Measure both feet and use the larger measurement.
Read measurement and compare to size chart.
When comparing on the size chart, determine the
closest larger measurement and use that number
to determine your shoe size for your country’s shoe
Returns are accepted within 30 days of the purchase date online or in-store. Your apparel must be in original and unworn condition, with tags still attached. Footwear returns must also include the original box.