Vango Cobra 200 Down Sleeping Bag - Anthracite

Regular price £160.00
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Vango Cobra 200 Down Sleeping Bag - Anthracite
Vango Cobra 200 Down Sleeping Bag - Anthracite
Vango Cobra 200 Down Sleeping Bag - Anthracite

"The distinctively shaped Vango Cobra 200 offers an extremely lightweight option for trekking or those out for an adventure where they can pack light and get around faster. With a Welded Box Wall construction, box shaped baffle channels filled with down ensure maximum loft and an even distribution of down from head to toe. It has also been engineered to ergonomically fit around your head and shoulders for improved heat retention. The Cobra has a 20D 380T Nylon Outer Shell fabric which is durable and water-resistant, enhancing its longevity. It also benefits from Thermal Reverb which radiates your body heat for maximum warmth and comfort."


  • Weight: 0.7kg
  • Comfort: 2°
  • Fill Type: 90/10 Goose Down
  • Limit: -4°
  • Extreme: -17°
  • Suggested Usage Min: -4°
  • Suggested Usage Max: 20°
  • Ext Chest Width: 80cm
  • Int Chest Width: 75cm
  • Max User Height: 190cm
  • Int Foot Width: 48cm
  • Int Length: 205cm
  • Shape: Mummy
  • Performance: 2 Season

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Neil Hughes
Great Sleeping Bag

In my opinion this bag is hard to beat in terms of price and warmth for the weight. The bag on it’s own is only 620g on my scale and I’ve been perfectly warm in it in just socks and base layers down to 3 degrees.

Cristian Olmos
Vango Cobra 200

Excellent product!

Mark Easton


Alessandro Giordo
A good sleeping bag for warm to fresh / cold weather but not for winter

Definitely a lightweight and good-sized choice for 3 seasons, but avoid using this during the winter or in particularly cold areas.

Material too thin

I've had this bag since August 2020 and its been on the West Highland Way twice that year and the Rob Roy Way this year. Took it outside today so I could air it and noticed a feather point poking out the seam near the foot and it had made a noticeable tear in the material ie 2-3 mm and the feather was poking out about the same. I managed to pull the feather back into the bag but it still left that little hole - not sure if its warranted so I just stuck a small piece of repair tape over it so no more find their way out that hole. Bottom line is, in my opinion, that the material is too thin or some feathers are too sharp... This likely happened while stuffing the bag back into its sack last trip. On further reflection, this could probably happen to any of the modern ultra light and light sleeping bags unless the feather's tips are blunted. On another note. I found the bag a little cold at 2 C with baselayer. I'm a side sleeper and the feathers, so the side you're lying on gets packed down, then when you turn, that side has a cold spot.

I also have the Cobra 600 at 1100 grams and for an extra 200 grams, regret not buying the Cobra 400 rather than this 200 model.