Travel Gear Review on sleepingbag

This sleepingbag is the best thing I have ever slept in! Believe me, I love my bed, but I just loved being able to cover myself entirely! Which I now can, with the Haglรถfs Hypna 3S. I am such a proud owner ๐Ÿ™‚


The Hypna 3S sleepingbag can be used for 3 season conditions in Nordic mountains. The bottom chamber really keeps my feet warm, even in September when I slept on top of a mountain in Sweden.


The stuff bag is really good, because you can compress it until it becomes really small and it gets easy to carry along on a hike or such. It is not necessary to follow complicated steps to be able to put the sleepingbag back into the stuff bag. You can just push the sleepingbag into the stuff bag and later on compress it.


At night in the mountains of Sweden staying warm in my Haglรถfs sleepingbag


Details & information

Product: Haglรถfs Hypna 3S Sleepingbag
Cost: the price varies from โ‚ฌ80 to โ‚ฌ800 and there are different sizes, colors and seasons. The Hypna 3S is the one I have and it costs about โ‚ฌ355,-.
Note: my sleepingbag Hypna 3S is 183cm, but there is another size of 200cm. I chose the color peacock/bluebird, but there are more colors to choose from. If you would like to be able to use your sleepingbag for different weather conditions, than it is better to get yourself a more seasons sleepingbag like I did.


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Ever since I left my home country I felt at home at any other place I went to. I enjoy getting to know more cultures by talking to strangers and hearing their philosophy about life. Speaking with gestures when you can not find a shared language, finding places only the locals go to and learn about their customs and values. Hanging out with local people makes me happy. The experience of every new place is a step out of your comfort zone where I like to wander around until it feels like a second home.

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