Versatile, lightweight sleeping bag designed as a travel bag or sleeping bag liner

A cozy layer on its own when the temps are just right, or an extra layer of insulation when your regular sleeping bag or comforter just isn't enough. The Farrington, filled with compressible PrimaLoft® Silver insulation, is the perfect travel companion for long flights, impromptu crash pads (airport terminals), or as a "just-in-case" layer in your camp gear or backpack.
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Specs + Sizing

Bag Weight1lb 3oz / 482g
Fill Weight7oz / 200g
Compressed Bag Size4.5" x 6.5" / 11 x 17cm
Stuff Sack Size5" x 6" x 11.5" / 13 x 15 x 29cm


Lightweight insulation piece: Take it on your summer backpacking adventures or use it to add additional warmth to your sleeping bag

Stands alone as a minimalist travel bag or can be used as a liner or over-bag to add 10 -15°F to your sleeping bag

Keeps your sleeping bag clean and protected while adding 10 - 15 of warmth

High quality PrimaLoft® Silver insulation

3/4 Zip allows for venting when you need it and thermal protection when you don’t 

45" YKK #3

Minimalist cinch-hood closure

Hooks located at the head and foot allow for easy attachment to sleeping bag liner loops

Nylon stuff sack included

Construction + Materials

Nylon rip-stop shell fabric with a water repellent finish

Polyester Taffetta lining 

Quilted construction

PrimaLoft® Silver

45" YKK #3

Here’s what other people think.

What’s in a Name?

Farrington "Ferry" Carpenter is a name that still provokes reverence 26 years after his death at the ripe age of 94. Ferry emerged from Harvard law in 1912. By 1913, Ferry had opened his law practice in Hayden and signed on the town as a client for $100 per year. He served in the U.S. army in 1917-18 as a lieutenant, but the Armistice came before he shipped out. Carpenter's signature battle drew national headlines when he grappled with FDR’s Interior Secretary, Harold Ickes, over national vs. local control of the range.