NEMO Equipment Inc. Tango Duo Slim Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Down with 2-Person Slipcover

NEMO Equipment Inc. Tango Duo Slim Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Down with 2-Person Slipcover
$379.95
Tango Duo Slim Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Down with 2-Person Slipcover by NEMO Equipment Inc.
Price subject to change | SKU: NEM0065

NEMO Equipment Inc. Tango Duo Slim Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Down with 2-Person Slipcover

Cozy up next to your backpacking buddy with the NEMO Tango Duo Slim Sleeping Bag and included 2-Person Slipcover. Its backless design shaves precious weight, so you're not hauling extra bulk on longer backpacking trips. In fact, it tips the scales at less than three pounds and compacts down to the same size as a single sleeping bag. Since it's designed for two cuddly campers, it ingeniously wraps around two sleeping pads sized at 20 x 72 inches each. The included slipcover provides a delightfully soft feel, encompassing both pads for a single sleeping platform. Snaps fasten the cozy hood in place, so cold drafts don't keep you awake when temperatures drop overnight. Keeping two sleepers comfortable down to the freezing mark, the Tango Duo Slim packs the lofty warmth of 700-fill DownTek insulation. This down insulation uses a hydrophobic treatment that repels outside moisture from compromising heat retention. Ultimately, you'll stay nice and toasty, even if your bag soaks up a bit of moisture in rainy weather. Further aiding in its water-shedding ability, the nylon ripstop shell employs a DWR finish that repels morning condensation and light moisture.

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