Rab Infinity 500 Sleeping Bag: 16 Degree Down

Rab Infinity 500 Sleeping Bag: 16 Degree Down
Rab Infinity 500 Sleeping Bag: 16 Degree Down
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Infinity 500 Sleeping Bag: 16 Degree Down by Rab
Spring is a beautiful time full of blossoming flowers, light rain showers, itchy eyes, and the insanely persistent drive to grab the Rab Infinity 500 Sleeping Bag and have some fun on an alpine adventure. Weighing just under two pounds with a convenient stuff sack and cotton storage sack, the Infinity 500 is incredibly lightweight and ready for impromptu backpacking trips and alpine traverses. It features a Rab-exclusive Insotect Flow baffle system and angled footbox crafted into a mummy shape, so it ensures a cozy night's sleep without heat loss that lets you recharge and tackle multiple day trips through the hills.The Infinity 500 is made with durable Pertex Quantum GL material that allows the down fibers to reach maximum loft for enhanced thermal efficiency, which means you stay toasty all night long. Even if temps drop down to 16-degrees Fahrenheit, the 850-fill Hydrophobic goose down insulation and water-resistant fabric repel moisture and the shivers, as well as offer breathability so you don't end up sweating when the morning sun heats up your tent. The Infinity 500 also features a half-length YKK 5 coil main zip and internal collar and hood drawcord, so you may even want to forego sleeping in the tent and take in the sunset from the comfort of your snug cocoon.

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