NEMO Equipment Inc. Symphony Luxury Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Synthetic

NEMO Equipment Inc. Symphony Luxury Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Synthetic
NEMO Equipment Inc. Symphony Luxury Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Synthetic
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Symphony Luxury Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Synthetic by NEMO Equipment Inc.
Designed to provide at-home comfort, the NEMO Equipment Inc Symphony Luxury Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Synthetic offers a roomy and cozy, bed-like feel, because much to your childhood Teddy's misfortune (and your significant others' delight), Teddy won't be able to make it due to a Fido-induced broken arm.In any event, the Symphony Luxury features a rugged nylon ripstop exterior, complete with DWR treatment that sheds moisture as the synthetic Stratofiber insulation provides sleep-long warmth and retains insulating properties even when the bag gets a little damp. Additionally, the Symphony Luxury is equipped with an internal sleeping pad sleeve that discourages your mat from slipping around unexpectedly. The dual side zippers ensures easy body temperature regulation, and the internal sheet adds a touch of homey softness.

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SKU: NEM003R
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