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A compact waist high sleeping bag to be used with our Torre mountain parka as a complete system for winter or high altitude bivouacs.

For more than half a century the climbers of the European Alps have embraced this concept for one or two night forays into the hills. Nunatak has given new life to idea of the Elephants Foot with the Akula.

High tech fabrics paired with fine down fill and Nunatak's supreme craftsmanship makes the Akula far superior to the crude chopped off sleeping bags of the old mountaineers.

This seemingly odd sleep system combining a short bag with a full strength down parka is so warm and versatile that it has become the Nunatak staff's preferred winter camping setup for use here in the North Cascades. It matches a 0 to 10 degree mummy bag in warmth, but wearing the parka full time makes all camp chores a less numbing experience.

We leave our arms in the sleeves and simply stick the hands inside the Akula or in the parka pockets.
For sitting or cramped bivvy no other system works better, save for the Raku, another Nunatak exclusive

 

   
   
         
  20° F
-7°C
SMALL mEDIUM LARGE  
Fits to height 5'6" 6'0' 6'6"

overall length

36" 46" 56"
Circumference:
shoulder
hip
foot


n/a
43"
34"


n/a
43"
34"


n/a
43"
34"

fill weight 7oz 8oz 9oz
total weight,
quantum .8
11oz 12oz 13oz
total weight,
Quantum 1.0
12oz 13oz 14oz
Total weight,
epic by nextec
13oz 14oz 15oz
stuffed size 6x9 6x10 6x11
baffle height 2.5" 2.5" 2.5"
Price $314 $349 $386
       
         
 

To learn more about our down sleeping bags, their use and special features, read this

To help you decide which shell fabric will work best for you, see here

This page is about care, maintenance and storage of down equipment.

 
         

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utilizing 800+ goose down and sophisticated fabrics.

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