Eureka Kiewa 40 Sleeping Bag: 40 Degree Synthetic

Eureka Kiewa 40 Sleeping Bag: 40 Degree Synthetic
Eureka Kiewa 40 Sleeping Bag: 40 Degree Synthetic
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Kiewa 40 Sleeping Bag: 40 Degree Synthetic by Eureka
Letting the kids share your sleeping bag after they completely obliterated all the s'mores in camp was, in hindsight, a big mistake. So, kiss that sticky mess of a sleeping bag goodbye and replace it with the graham- and mallow-free Eureka Kiewa 40 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag. Great for Fourth of July camping trips with the family and backyard campouts, the Kiewa is a cozy little number that gets the job done during all of your summer outings. Its synthetic insulation will retain insulating properties even if it happens to get wet, and the bag gets an extra dose of cozy comfort thanks to its peached polyester lining. You'll want to be sure to pack a pillow when you're camping in the Kiewa, because it doesn't have a hood, but it does come with a zippered internal pocket and insulated draft tube to help keep chilly air out as you sleep.

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SKU: ERK002B
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