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Solar 3 Sleeping Bag (21°F)

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The Solar 3 is a warm, versatile synthetic sleeping bag designed for three season camping adventures. Filled with resilient, quick-drying Stratus™ insulation and covered with wind and water-resistant Atmos™ fabric, it's perfect for a night out in nature.

Weight : 44oz / 1260g
Rab Sleep Limit : 21°F / -6°C
Packed Size : 14.6 x 9.4in / 37 x 24cm
Synthetic Insulation
Versatile

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Performance

Lightness

Light Ultralight

Pack Size

Moderate Pack Size Ultra Low Pack Size

Environment Use

Cold Extreme Cold

These ratings compare our sleeping bags against each other.

Activities

We recommend using this for:

  • Camping

The warmest bag in the Solar range is resilient, packable and offers excellent value. This three season bag is filled with fast drying Stratus™ sheet insulation. Arranged in an overlapping shingle-style construction on the upper, it effectively reduces the chance of cold spots.

Built with lightweight and packable Atmos™ ripstop fabric with a fluorocarbon-free DWR finish, these synthetic sleeping bags cope with condensation in damp conditions. It has an adjustable hood which can be cinched in around the face to seal in the warmth and additional baffles around the neck and along the zip to prevent any draught. Stash your phone or headlamp in the handy internal zipped pocket and kick back and relax. Designed with a wide mummy shape and angled foot box, the Solar offers space for a comfortable night’s sleep.

  • Weight:1260g/44.4oz
  • Rab Sleep Limit:21°F / -6°C
  • Product Code:QSS-16
  • 20D Atmos™ polyester ripstop fabric (41gsm) with fluorocarbon free DWR
  • Lining: 20D Atmos™ polyester ripstop (38gsm) with fluorocarbon free DWR
  • Upper: 180gsm Stratus Synthetic Sheet Insulation in an overlapping shingle construction
  • Base: 180gsm Stratus Synthetic Sheet Insulation in a single layer blanket construction
  • Overlapped shingle upper construction with blanket base
  • Simple upper neck draft baffle to trap warmth
  • Adjustable hood closure system with elasticated drawcord and cordlock adjuster
  • YKK zipped internal stash pocket
  • YKK 3/4 length main zip with synthetic filled baffle to trap warmth
  • Anti snag internal zip guard
  • Angled foot box for relaxed sleeping posture
  • Compression stuffsack included
  • Outer: 100% polyester. Lining: 100% polyester.

Stratus™

Offering you superior performance in freezing temperatures and damp conditions, Stratus™ is a warm, resilient and fast drying synthetic insulation. Lightweight and effective, it's perfect for your next mountain ascent.

Stratus™

Offering you superior performance in freezing temperatures and damp conditions, Stratus™ is a warm, resilient and fast drying synthetic insulation. Lightweight and effective, it's perfect for your next mountain ascent.

Atmos™ Fabric

Packable and fast drying, with high water resistance, Atmos™ protects from the weather on mountain adventures. Made using super-fine yarns in a tight construction it's durable and windproof. 

Atmos™ Fabric

Packable and fast drying, with high water resistance, Atmos™ protects from the weather on mountain adventures. Made using super-fine yarns in a tight construction it's durable and windproof.

Rab Sleep Limit Explained

Need help choosing the right bag for your next adventure? This is our real-world assessment of a sleeping bag's usable temperature limit. Find out how we arrive at this rating and how you can use it to select your bag.

Rab Sleep Limit Explained

Need help choosing the right bag for your next adventure? This is our real-world assessment of a sleeping bag's usable temperature limit. Find out how we arrive at this rating and how you can use it to select your bag.

Sleeping Bags Explained

Hunkering down on storm battered mountainsides, we paid attention to the smallest details. Counting grams without sacrificing warmth, pioneering solutions for a sound nights sleep. Find out more in the Rab Lab.

Sleeping Bags Explained

Hunkering down on storm battered mountainsides, we paid attention to the smallest details. Counting grams without sacrificing warmth, pioneering solutions for a sound nights sleep. Find out more in the Rab Lab.

Synthetic vs Down Explained

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Synthetic vs Down Explained

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