The North Face Campforter Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Down

The North Face Campforter Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Down
The North Face Campforter Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Down
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Campforter Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Down by The North Face
It's pretty easy to let things, you know, escape when you're feeling really relaxed, so you may want to make sure that you're good and comfortable with the present company before crawling into The North Face Campforter 20 Degree Down Sleeping Bag. This cozy little number features a relaxed shape to give side, back, and belly sleepers enough room to find that perfect position. Not to mention, it's insulated along the top with a lofty and compressible 650-fill down for pure cozy goodness. The North Face even equipped the Campforter with a wraparound zipper that allows the top section of the bag to be removed from the bottom and used as lightweight down blanket for fire-side hangs. The over-sized hood is designed to accommodate a pillow and can even be rolled up and used as one when you leave yours at home--which, is probably going to happen more than once.

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SKU: TNF02UA
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Manufactured by The North Face
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