Half Off ‘Ghost Whisperer’ Sleeping Bags? You Aren’t Seeing Things

For next to nothing, it’s everything you want in a bag that weighs next to nothing.

Mountain Hardwear’s Ghost Whisperer down sleeping bags (and jackets) have a cult-like following for their amazing warmth-to-weight ratio. If you’re an ultralight backpacker or just like a minimalist vibe in the outdoors, the Ghost Whisperer is for you.

As the brand claims, “every gram is accounted for” in this moisture-resisting, 900-fill Q.Shield Down bag, which is certified to the Responsible Down Standard by Control Union.

It compresses like mad for you space-saving junkies. But for such a little package, this bag is remarkably warm.

Ghost Whisperer 20°F / -7°C Sleeping Bag: $285 (50% Off)

Ghost Whisperer Sleeping Bag

Warmth down to 20 degrees means the Ghost Whisper is versatile, too. It can easily carry you through three seasons of sleeping in a tent, bivy, or directly under the stars. Here are some other features diehards appreciate in the Ghost Whisperer sleeping bag.

  • Snug mummy cut for more warmth, less weight
  • Tough 3/4-length anti-snag zipper
  • Six-chamber hood with down-filled face gasket for warmth around head
  • Footbox follows natural foot position
  • One-handed drawcords for easy hood adjustments

The popular sleeping bag is only left on the Mountain Hardwear site in regular length with a left zipper. Sorry, beanstalks.

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More Mountain Hardwear Softgoods on Sale

Right now, lots of other Mountain Hardwear gear and apparel is on sale at up to 50 percent off. We’re talking tents, bags, gloves, jackets, and lots more. Check it out.

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Associate editor Julie Kailus has spent a career covering people, places, and products in the outdoor industry. Julie can be found testing the latest and greatest in her favorite activities — trail running, mountain biking, swimming, snowboarding, and the underrated endurance sport of chasing two sons around the mountains.

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