Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Flame Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Synthetic - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Flame Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Synthetic - Women's
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Hotbed Flame Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Synthetic - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
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Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Flame Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Synthetic - Women's

Your adventurous summer plans included everything from laid-back car camping trips to intense backpacking missions, so stay warm on all your journeys with the Mountain Hardwear Women's Hotbed Flame Sleeping Bag. It's lightweight and compressible enough to handle multiple days on the trail, and its innovative design maximizes warmth so you don't feel like you're compromising comfort for a lower trail weight. Thermal Q Thermix MX insulation offers warmth and compressibility similar to that of down, but unlike down, it still insulates when wet. Vertically-laminated Lamina construction enhances loft and eliminates cold spots for better overall efficiency. Since women tend to sleep colder than men, this version has extra insulation to ensure optimal warmth, and it also has a women-specific shape for a better fit. The face gasket prevents drafts at the hood opening, and an insulated draft tube prevents cold spots along the zipper. The comfort footbox allows natural foot position so you don't feel restricted and awkward. Forgot your pillow' No problem, the fleece-lined stuff sack doubles as a pillow for added convenience. And speaking of convenience you can zip this bag into other Hotbed bags (left-hand zip to right-hand zip), so you can snuggle up with your bestie or your significant other.

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