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When bivouacking in the wall, the opening can also be used for the safety rope. The pleasantly warm padding (450 g) is easy to clean and dries quickly. In addition, it warms even when wet. Due to the very light materials, the sleeping bag does not weigh much and can be compressed small. The VAUDE Green Shape label stands for an environmentally friendly, functional product made from sustainable materials.
Features - Vaude Säntis 450
- Very lightweight materials with water repellent finish
- Stretch zone for maximum freedom of movement
- Stretch allows for unrestricted, comfortable sitting in the sleeping bag
- Inner pocket for stowing utensils
- Can be used as a coat e.g. in camp
- Body-hugging mummy cut for optimal heat balance
- 3D extreme warmth collar adapted to the body
- Contour hood
- Side openings for hands
- Separable zipper with two sliders for coupling
- Long side zipper to foot part
- Fill weight: 450 g
- Length: 220 cm
- Shoulder width: 80 cm
- Foot width: 50 cm
- Pack size: 20x 20 cm
- Temperature comfort: 7 °C
- Temperature Limit: 3 °C
- Temperature extreme: -11 °C
- Season: Summer (1 Season)
- Sleeping bag shape: Mummy shape
- Position zipper: Left
- Main fabric: 100% polyamide
- Lining: 100% polyamide
- Filling: 100% polyamide
- 850 g (manufacturer information)
Scope of delivery
- 1 x Vaude sleeping bag Säntis 450 SYN
- incl. compression stuff sack
Sleeping bag comfort range
THE COMFORT TEMPERATURE
Indicates the lower temperature limit at which an average woman (25 years / 60 kg / 1.60 m) can comfortably sleep through one night. In this range, even the inexperienced user will feel comfortable at all times.
THE LIMIT TEMPERATURE
Indicates the lower temperature limit at which an average man (25 years / 70 kg / 1.73 m) can comfortably sleep through one night. To stay warm, the user must adapt to the circumstances in this range by clothing and behavior.
THE EXTREME TEMPERATURE
Indicates the lower extreme temperature that an average woman can withstand for a limited period of 6 h under severe cold conditions. Sleep is out of the question here. In the risk range, severe cold sensation is to be expected. There is a risk of health damage due to hypothermia (hypothermia).
The practical inner pocket ist made of a soft lining material so you won’t be bothered by seams or hard materials. You can store valuables or small items easily and safely in the pocket.
The thermal collar minimizes the escape of heat from the inside of the sleeping bag. Depending on the area of use of the sleeping bag, the collar is of different thickness. VAUDE uses snap fasteners to prevent claustrophobia and to allow a quick exit.
The human body loses about 30 % of its heat through the head. The hood on a sleeping bag has the task of minimizing this loss of heat at night. This part of the sleeping bag is anatomically shaped to provide optimal insulation in the head area.
The classic sleeping bag shape. The mummy cut is recognized by its conical shape: the sleeping bag narrows toward the feet. Its body hugging shape minimizes the amount of air that needs to be warmed up for better thermal efficiency. The cut also means that less material is used than in other shapes. This makes the sleeping bag lighter at a comparable thermal performance and it can be packed down smaller.
This product is carbon neutral: all emissions from materials, the manufacturing process and shipping have been systematically reduced and fully compensated.
bluesign® is the world's most stringent standard for environment, consumer and workforce protection. All environment-relevant production aspects are assessed and permanently optimized: materials, energy, water, water and air emissions, noise levels, waste, handling of hazardous substances. Products made at least 90% of bluesign®certified materials are marked as "bluesign® approved fabric".
VAUDE is a pioneer for sustainability across the entire textile industry. As one of the first German companies to do so, we received the new Grüner Knopf (Green Button) textile certification seal for a majority of our product range. This quality seal identifies textiles that were produced in accordance with high social and environmental standards. The strict criteria of our company's own Green Shape sustainability label formed an important foundation for the certification.
- Making sustainably produced clothing easier to recognize
- First state-supervised seal for fair and ecological textiles
- 26 social and ecological criteria are reviewed per product
- The company must demonstrate its corporate responsibility with regard to the issues of human rights, social justice and environmental protection.
Fair Wear Foundation
Good working conditions and wages for all workers. Members of the Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) undertake to continuously improve working conditions at all production sites. Periodic review of the conditions. VAUDE has reached Leader status, the highest level of FWF membership.
Green Shape is the VAUDE guarantee for environmentally-friendly products - made from sustainable materials, resource-conserving manufacturing and fair production.