Mountain Hardwear Laminina Z Sleeping Bag: 34 Degree Synthetic - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Laminina Z Sleeping Bag: 34 Degree Synthetic - Women's
$158.95
Laminina Z Sleeping Bag: 34 Degree Synthetic - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
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Mountain Hardwear Laminina Z Sleeping Bag: 34 Degree Synthetic - Women's

Eliminating cold spots found with traditional synthetic bags, the Mountain Hardwear Women's Laminina Z Spark 34 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag envelopes you in continuous warmth during chilly transitional months. Lamina construction achieves higher levels of loft, as well as the compressibility associated with down-filled sleeping bags. How is this achieved' Well, instead of the traditional stitching on most synthetic bags, Mountain Hardwear welds the seamless shell directly to the bag's synthetic Thermal. Q insulation, reducing overall bulk while and eliminating stitching zones responsible for heat loss. Optimizing warmth along a woman's core and feet, this bag strategically maps insulation for maximum heat retention. As such, it's a great choice for cool spring and fall months, as well as milder winter conditions. The Lamina Revamp ripstop shell features a DWR treatment that repels outside moisture from seeping through in wet weather. And because its Thermal. Q insulation is synthetic, you won't have to worry about experiencing a massive loss in the bag's heat-trapping loft, should it become damp. Designed for maximum comfort, this sleeping bag uses a women's-specific Comfort Mummy shape with an ergonomic draft collar and tailored hood to seal out cool breezes. The full-length zipper has double sliders for extra ventilation. Other key features include a Comfort footbox for a more natural foot position, as well as soft polyester lining for moisture-wicking comfort. It comes with a compression stuff sack and mesh storage bag for easy travel and packing.

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