Eureka Lone Pine 30 Sleeping Bag: 33 Degree Synthetic - Women's

Eureka Lone Pine 30 Sleeping Bag: 33 Degree Synthetic - Women's
Eureka Lone Pine 30 Sleeping Bag: 33 Degree Synthetic - Women's
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Lone Pine 30 Sleeping Bag: 33 Degree Synthetic - Women's by Eureka
It may be blisteringly hot when you leave the city, but summers nights can still get chilly once you reach the mountains, so stay warm on your next camping trip with the Eureka Women's Lone Pine 30 Sleeping Bag. It's packed with plenty of features to help you enjoy nights spent in the great outdoors, and it's designed with dimensions and insulation levels that are specifically-tailored to female campers.The comfort-focused shape lies somewhere between a mummy bag and rectangular bag, but it's built with extra wiggle room in the hip, leg, and feet areas so you can still get comfortable. A soft peached lining provides a plush feel that boosts comfort levels even more. Insulcore HQ synthetic insulation helps you stay warm, even in damp conditions, and a full-length draft tube prevents warmth from leaking out. The Stealth-Grip bottom fabric, when paired with a Eureka Stealth-Grip sleeping pad and tent floor, prevents you from slipping around so you don't end up on the other side of your tent in the middle of the night.

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