Rab Neutrino Endurance 400 Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Down

Rab Neutrino Endurance 400 Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Down
$434.95
Neutrino Endurance 400 Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Down by Rab
Price subject to change | SKU: RAB00BI

Rab Neutrino Endurance 400 Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Down

Weighing less than two pounds, the Rab Neutrino Endurance 400 25-Degree Down Sleeping Bag is perfect for three-season alpinists, mountaineers, and backpackers looking to shave weight and sleep like a warm and cozy log. Rab teamed up with Nikwax to develop a hydrophobic treatment to protect the 800-fill goose down insulation from tent condensation or exposure to rain. Pertex Endurance fabric provides the shell, inner hood, and draft collar with windproof and highly water-resistant protection, while the Pertex Quantum lining resists abrasion and keeps the down as lofty as can be for a long time. Better yet, both fabrics are treated with water-repellent DWR treatments to provide an extra barrier between your insulation and soggy mountain weather.The Neutrino Endurance has a tapered mummy shape in order to cut back on weight and size for space-conscious adventurers, but it is also available in an extra-long cut if you're on the ganglier side. It features an adjustable hood and draft collar and comes with the zipper on either the left or right side for your convenience. Rab also included a zippered internal stash pocket for a small midnight snack, a Polygiene Stay Fresh antimicrobial treatment, and a dry bag compression sack to keep the bag warm and lofty when you're caught in a rainstorm on the way to camp.

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