Aurora Light progressed even more
High-quality sleeping bag suitable for everything from extreme winter to overseas mountaineering. Ideal for anyone who values heat insulation.
Sputtering is a type of technique to put an ultra-thin barrier on fabric in a vacuum, in order to put the right coating without ruining the texture of the fabric. NANGA utilized this technique to gain thermal control on sensitive spots of sleeping bags, which are head and leg parts. This thermal function is often recognized with parasols, screen doors, and agricultural materials.
Made in Japan Quality
NANGA takes exceptional pride towards quality control and safety features of their products. Each NANGA product is made by skilled experts with precision and care. Only using the best materials and down feathers, quality control and customer satisfaction has and will continue to be our foremost mission.
Single baffle construction
This method is very simple and minimizes weight. The inside and outside layers are directly sewn together for lightweight and compact construction. This construction is used for summer bags.
Box baffle construction
This is the most efficient method for optimizing the insulating quality of down. A breathable mesh is layered between the inside and outside layers, and is equipped with crosswise boxes to prevent clumping to one side.
YKK x NANGA
NANGA x YKK parts which reduce snagging and catching
When handling a sleeping bag made with the thinnest of fabrics, there is the fear that the fasteners might catch or snag, preventing the bag from opening or closing, or if deeply snagged, may even cause damage to the fabric. To reduce such problems, we installed specialized YKK parts as fasteners, which diminished the gaps which can cause snagging, and have led to the achievement of a reduction in fabric snagging and damage due to snagging of the fasteners. Furthermore, we utilized resin in our materials to make our parts more lightweight (1.6g) and added phosphorescent capabilities to make it easier to open and close in the dark.
Due to the concave shape in the upper portion of these specialized parts, the fasteners can guide the fabric to the center, reducing the probability of snagging.
With phosphorescent capabilities, these parts will glow in the dark, and help make fastening and opening much easier.
NANGA sleeping bags are subject to free repairs,
regardless of when they were purchased.
NANGA offers free repairs of its sleeping bags, with a lifetime warranty regardless of when the product was purchased. How are we able to offer this kind of warranty? It's because NANGA has unique expertise owing to our many years of producing down products, and from the confidence we have in our extensive track record.
Lifetime warranty effective only for sleeping bags.
Please be aware that shipping costs will be borne by the customer.