NEMO Equipment Inc. Canon Sleeping Bag: -40 Degree Down

NEMO Equipment Inc. Canon Sleeping Bag: -40 Degree Down
NEMO Equipment Inc. Canon Sleeping Bag: -40 Degree Down
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Canon Sleeping Bag: -40 Degree Down by NEMO Equipment Inc.
Whether you're walled up in your tent for three days waiting for a window of clear weather to make your summit bid, or acclimatizing and resting up down at base camp, the Nemo Equipment Inc. Canon -40 Degree Down Sleeping Bag will keep you warm and comfortable when you're tent bound.The Canon is not your average sleeping bag. Nemo's unconventional design puts a 3/4-length zipper down the front of the bag, which is backed by an insulated draft tube to seal out cold drafts. Then, it put its adjustable Thermo Gills on either side of the bag, which can be drawn in and closed during especially cold nights, or opened up to vent the bag for an additional 20-degrees of versatility for warmer conditions. Nemo Equipment even put a Stove Pipe Tunnel hood on the Canon, which can be drawn around the face, leaving a chimney-like vent that's insulated with synthetic fibers to let your breath escape the bag--this design keeps a pocket of warm air trapped around your face, so you don't wake up to frozen nose hairs and frosty mustaches.

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