Rab Andes 800 Sleeping Bag: -8 Degree Down - Women's

Rab Andes 800 Sleeping Bag: -8 Degree Down - Women's
Rab Andes 800 Sleeping Bag: -8 Degree Down - Women's
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Andes 800 Sleeping Bag: -8 Degree Down - Women's by Rab
In unsurprising news, winter's cold, especially at night. That's why Rab designed the Andes 800 Women's -8 Degree Down Sleeping Bag to keep you warm during all but the most frigid winter nights. With Pertex Endurance and Microlight fabrics sandwiching water-resistant 800-fill European goose down, the Andes can handle high-altitude camping and winter mountaineering without condensation turning it into a soggy, cold mess. The longitudinal torso and foot baffles are designed with Flowgate technology to keep the down evenly distributed, while the drawcord hood incorporates neck and face baffles and a collar to seal your mug up tight against the chill. The 3/4-length YKK zipper comes with anti-snag tape to make zipping up and down hassle-free, and there's even an internal zippered stash pocket to help you stay organized. As a bonus, the whole shebang packs small and weighs just over three pounds, making it as easy to carry on serious winter excursions and long backpacking trips as it is on one-night alpine bivvies.

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