The height of sleeping comfort with the new DownWool filling
DownWool is an innovative high-end filling composed of 70% down and 30% wool. Down has a very high insulation capacity and a low weight. However, down only provides insulation as long as it is dry. With increasing humidity, the insulating effect of down is significantly reduced. The characteristic of wool is that it provides insulation and absorbs moisture. In this way, the down will stay dry and thus keeps its very high insulation capacity. With the unique mix of DownWool we achieve optimal insulation and a perfect dry sleeping climate with a low weight. The sleeping climate is decisive for sleep quality. The deeper and more relaxed your sleep, the more rested you will be the next morning.
DownWool or Alpine wool? When we recommend which insulation
If you want to use your sleeping bag in temperatures around freezing and below, we recommend our Subzero and Ice DownWool sleeping bags.
These sleeping bags with DownWool filling offer the ideal insulation to weight ratio. The down content (90/10 duck down with 650+ cuin) provides excellent insulation and makes the sleeping bag light. Its moisture-regulating effect means the wool gives you the perfect feel-good climate.
alpine wool insulation sleeping bags are designed for temperatures above zero. Their strengths come to the fore especially at high humidity, such as near rivers, lakes or at the sea because the alpine wool can absorb a lot of moisture without losing its insulating properties. This is the reason why you will always have a dry warm climate in your sleeping bag with Alpine wool.
- DownWool is less sensitive to moisture
- DownWool naturally balances out the sleeping climate
- DownWool is lightweight and provides excellent insulation
Video of the sleeping bag
The Biopod DownWool sleeping bags of Grüezi bag at a glance: