Rab Ascent 500 Sleeping Bag: 24 Degree Down

Rab Ascent 500 Sleeping Bag: 24 Degree Down
Rab Ascent 500 Sleeping Bag: 24 Degree Down
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Ascent 500 Sleeping Bag: 24 Degree Down by Rab
Great for first-time buyers and seasoned backpackers alike, the Rab Ascent 500 Sleeping Bag provides high levels of warmth and compact carrying for evenings deep in the wilderness. It offers comfortable warmth down to near-freezing conditions, and it's light and compact enough for shorter, less gear-intensive backpacking trips. The mummy shape and adjustable hood and collar lock in body heat for maximum warmth on cool, clear autumn nights and high-altitude summer evenings. 650-fill European duck down offers excellent warmth and compact carrying with its lofty down clusters, and it's RDS-certified to let you know the ducks were never live-plucked or force-fed. The down insulation features a Nikwax hydrophobic treatment that prevents outside moisture from seeping through and compromising its lofty warmth. Pertex Quantum fabric repels condensation and built-up perspiration from ruining the down's high-loft insulation.

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