The North Face Campforter Sleeping Bag: 35 Degree Down

The North Face Campforter Sleeping Bag: 35 Degree Down
$218.95
Campforter Sleeping Bag: 35 Degree Down by The North Face
Price subject to change | SKU: TNF02BT

The North Face Campforter Sleeping Bag: 35 Degree Down

Sometimes life in the city really knows how to get the best of you. So when all you have is 40 bucks to your name and The North Face Campforter 35F/2C sleeping bag, just start up the car and hit the road until the lights of the city become a shimmering, nostalgic idea and are quickly replaced with the glittering stars of our galaxy. Built for moments like these when you just have to get out of Dodge, the Campforter sleeping bag is ready to go wherever your car camping adventures take you (or your 40bucks). Constructed with a rugged polyester exterior, this sleeping bag functions as both a quilt and snooze burrito with its sleeping pad loops, strategically shaped hood (for pillows), and a wrap-around zipper that ultimately permits you to get some more airflow when necessary or transform the bag into a blanket, while the whole top half of the bag zips off for a serious quilt-like experience. However, should you desire to carry around your Campforter, this bag is equipped with attachment points that permit you to wear the bag hands-free, sort of like a shawl. In addition to its versatility, the Campforter is crafted with a combination of 650-fill, hydrophobic goose down and a lining of HeatSeeker Pro synthetic insulation--so you stay warm regardless of whether or not that sunroof above your head leaks from time to time.

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