It isn’t uncommon that a brand will adapt a well-received product into a full collection. Recently, Patagonia did that with it’s award-winning Micro Puff Jacket by giving it a waterproof shell while Yeti used its learnings from making rugged coolers to put out a gear storage box. Mountain Hardwear made a similar move when it turned its popular Ghost Whisperer jacket into a sleeping bag.
Mountain Hardwear debuted the Ghost Whisperer in 2012. The ultralight down jacket that weighs 7.8 ounces was the product of a collaboration with Swiss mountaineer Ueli Steck, who was an advocate for the fast-and-light approach to mountaineering. Despite its lightness, the jacket is windproof, water-resistant and warm. These same characteristics are present in the Ghost Whisperer Sleeping Bag, which Mountain Hardwear released last year in 20- and 40-degree versions. The bags are stuffed with water-resistant Q.Shield 900-fill down and feature super-light Whisperer exterior fabric, cinching mummy-style hoods and specially-designed no-snag zippers.
The 40-degree Ghost Whisperer sleeping bag, which is currently available at Mountain Steals with a 27 percent discount — that’s $136 off — is the lighter of the two and the perfect sleeping bag for warm summer nights.
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