Find balance with the Ohm's featherweight, 18 oz construction and roomy, semi-rectangular shape.
The Ohm 32F/0C sleeping bag brings versatility to ultralight adventures with the ability to convert into a quilt and by featuring a roomy, semi-rectangular fit. The bag uses thermally-efficient box baffled construction to ensure warmth and comfort in an ultralight package. Designed with high-quality materials and Therm-a-Rest performance features, the Ohm gives you versatile options while providing a featherweight pack and uncompromising comfort. Storage sack and compression stuff sack included.
Firstly Therm-a-Rest's Ohm 32 doesn't have a hood, the point of this being to save weight. You can replace the hood with a beanie hat if you're pushing this bag to near its temperature limit. I personally wouldn't miss a hood but I also am not sure as to how comfortable sleeping in a beanie would be either...
The highlight of the bag is the quality of the down that is used. 900+ fill power down is pretty much the highest quality down that you can get in any sort of usable quantity, the higher the fill power the warmer the down is for the same weight used.
The bag is a little narrow at the foot end and tapers out at the knees to be quite spacious from there upwards. I'm 6' 1" and found that the neck baffle was in the right place for me, I think any taller than this and you may start exposing the tops of your shoulder a little. The cord adjuster to tighten the neck baffle is a bit annoying to adjust whilst in the bag, moving it internally would be my suggestion for any future revisions to the Ohm.
The bag zips out flat and can be used as a blanket for 1, maybe at a push two people but they would have to be very friendly, and I think it would need to be quite a mild night in both instances.
- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear
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