3-season down sleeping bag

Our ideal three-season bag with a perfect balance between warmth, weight, and volume.

Product: Rago


    • Weight: 1.12 kg
    • T-Lim: -5°C
    • Person length/width: 185/75 cm
    • Volume compressed: 26x19 cm (7L)


    We’ve achieved the optimal warmth-to-weight ratio by tailoring the fit of the bag for the Scandinavian market, and strategically distributing high-quality 650 duck down. Weighing only 1kg this bag will make those longer trips a breeze!

    The fit on the Rago is carefully designed to avoid cold spots. Cold spots occur when the down is flattened against the bag wall while you sleep. By extending the widest part of the bag from shoulder to hip you’ll be able to move around without cold spots forming, ensuring a good night's sleep. This is our ideal three-season bag with a perfect balance between warmth, weight, and volume. The Rago will keep you comfortable and warm on those autumn nights.

    • Zip:Left
    • Zip length (cm):150
    • Fill Material:650 FP RDS Duck Down 90/10
    • Fill weight (g):471
    • Net weight (kg):1.12
    • Net volume (l):0
    • T-Comf:0
    • T-Lim:-5
    • T-Ext:-22
    • Sleeping bag person length (cm):185
    • Sleeping bag person width (cm):75
    • Gender:Unisex

      RDS - Responsible Down Standard

      All Helsport down sleeping bags use only down which is certified according to the Responsible Down Standard. 

      The Responsible Down Standard aims to ensure that down and feathers come from animals that have not been subjected to an unnecessary harm, and at the same time, provide retailers and consumers with greater confidence in responsible sourcing. RDS certified down is a by-product from the food industry, and are not plucked from live birds.

      The goal of the Responsible Down Standard is to ensure that the water fowl in the down supply chain are treated humanely. RDS requires independent, third-party assesments of all aspects of animal rearing and handling throughout the entire supply chain. 

      To learn more about RDS, visit responsibledown.org.