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. Rated down to 24-degrees Fahrenheit (European Lower Limit), this down-filled bag is ideal for three-season camping and milder winter nights. Rab's own Sleep Limit of 21-degrees Fahrenheit (result of European Standard + user testing) means it'll suffice when the mercury plunges below the forecast's prediction. 650-fill European duck down offers excellent warmth and compact carrying with its lofty down clusters. The down insulation features a hydrophobic treatment that prevents outside moisture from seeping through and compromising its lofty warmth. Pertex Microlight fabric repels condensation and built-up perspiration from ruining the down's high-loft insulation. Plus, its wide mummy shape equates to roomy comfort for a better night's sleep. As a cool bonus, this bag zips to other Ascent bags when you're camping with your significant other, favorite pooch, or simply desire double the sleeping space.

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SKU: RAB00BP
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