If you like to travel ultralight in the backcountry, take the new Mountain Hardwear Womens Ultralamina 32 Sleeping Bag. Its ThermoMicro insulation keeps you warm in damp, chilly weather. Not only is this sleeping bag lightweight, but it compresses to a mere 6.5 inches by 10 inches. Mountain Hardwear reduced this bags weight by welding its insulation directly to the shell, eliminating the need for baffles. The lack of baffles also helps the insulation stand up to repeated stuffing and washing. Partial zippers on both sides of the sleeping bag shave ounces, but still let you sit up and read. The DWR-coated Ultralamina 32 stays warm even when its wet, and the womens-specific cut creates increased insulation in the torso and footbox.