Sierra Designs Eleanor Plus 700 Sleeping Bag: 25-Degree Down - Women's

Sierra Designs Eleanor Plus 700 Sleeping Bag: 25-Degree Down - Women's
Sierra Designs Eleanor Plus 700 Sleeping Bag: 25-Degree Down - Women's
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Eleanor Plus 700 Sleeping Bag: 25-Degree Down - Women's by Sierra Designs
Sometimes the night is cloudless and star-studded, but other times it's rainy, soggy, and generally less pleasant. If you want to be ready for both, but aren't interested in humping around the extra weight and bulk of a synthetic bag, spend your nights in the Eleanor Plus 700 Women's 25-Degree Down Sleeping Bag from Sierra Designs. It combines the packability and light weight you'd expect from down with the added ability to perform in wet and humid conditions, so you don't turn into a shivering puddle if the evening gets a little damp.The secret is DriDown technology, which provides each feather with a hydrophobic coating that allows it to stay 10 times drier and twice as lofty as untreated down in wet conditions. Morning condensation dripping from your tent ceiling onto the floor won't be a problem (for your bag, anyway), and the Eleanor's dual-zip integrated quilt design will make it easy to adjust your temperature if the night is a little rainier than you were planning on.

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SKU: SDS006V
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