Sierra Designs Frontcountry Twin Sleeping Bag: 27 Degree Synthetic

Sierra Designs Frontcountry Twin Sleeping Bag: 27 Degree Synthetic
$189.95
Frontcountry Twin Sleeping Bag: 27 Degree Synthetic by Sierra Designs
Price subject to change | SKU: SDS006O

Sierra Designs Frontcountry Twin Sleeping Bag: 27 Degree Synthetic

Staying comfortable in a sleeping bag can be tough. Sometimes you're too hot, sometimes you're too cold, and you're almost always constricted, but Sierra Designs' Frontcountry Twin 27 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag is different than what you're used to. It has an extra wide twin design that lets you spread eagle your way through the night or cuddle up with a partner, and it has a zipper-free opening that lets you move comfortably without getting chilly. There's even a hands-free foot vent that lets you pop your feet out of the bag if things get a little toasty while you're catching some shuteye.Water-resistant, compression-resistant, and durable synthetic insulation lines the Frontcountry to prevent cold nights from stealing your warmth away. Insulated hand and arm pockets provide convenient spots for fingers when the night gets chilly, and the Frontcountry's integrated comforter seals naturally around your body whether you're sleeping on your side, back, or stomach. Sierra Designs also incorporated a generous hood that easily fits standard pillows, so you don't have to sleep on a rolled-up pair of pants.

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