Sierra Designs Zissou Plus 700 Sleeping Bag: 27 Degree Down

Sierra Designs Zissou Plus 700 Sleeping Bag: 27 Degree Down
Sierra Designs Zissou Plus 700 Sleeping Bag: 27 Degree Down
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Zissou Plus 700 Sleeping Bag: 27 Degree Down by Sierra Designs
Soggy evenings, high humidity and rapidly changing temperatures can happen whether it's spring, summer or fall, but you'll be prepared for all the vagaries of three-season camping in the Sierra Designs Zissou Plus 700 27-Degree Down Sleeping Bag. It's light, lofty, and warm DriDown insulation is coated with a hydrophobic finish, allowing the insulation to stay 10 times drier and twice as lofty as untreated down in wet and humid conditions, so a little moisture won't spell disaster. Sierra Designs also sealed the insulation inside tough but soft polyester ripstop fabric, and held it in place with sidewall baffles to prevent the down from migrating and leaving you suffering from cold spots. Better yet, the Zissou returns Sierra Designs' integrated quilt design, which features dual zippers that allow you to fold down the top of the bag for a bed-like feel when the temperatures aren't quite as chilly as you anticipated.

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SKU: SDS006T
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