Eureka Spero 30 Sleeping Bag: 28 Degree Synthetic - Women's

Eureka Spero 30 Sleeping Bag: 28 Degree Synthetic - Women's
Eureka Spero 30 Sleeping Bag: 28 Degree Synthetic - Women's
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Spero 30 Sleeping Bag: 28 Degree Synthetic - Women's by Eureka
The trim, performance shape and shingle style construction of the Eureka Women's Spero 30 Sleeping Bag is designed to trek far and pack down small, making it ideal for weekend excursions. The 40D polyester taffeta shell fabric delivers durable protection against the wear and tear of the trail, while the Eureka's Synthesis synthetic insulation keeps your sleeping situation in temps as low as 28-degrees Fahrenheit warm and comfortable.The full-length, insulated zipper draft tube with anti-snag guard stops the intrusion of cold air, while the peached polyester lining offers a warm feel for a satisfying night's sleep. The anatomic hood design fights off the cold with no space wasted, and it is insulated along with the chin baffle to prevent precious warmth from escaping. When night turns to day and it's time to pack up, the stuff sack compresses for a super easy carry to the next campsite. Plus, an internal pocket safely stashes your phone or headlamp for easy access throughout the night.

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SKU: ERK002A
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