Western Mountaineering Kodiak MF Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Down

Western Mountaineering Kodiak MF Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Down
Western Mountaineering Kodiak MF Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Down
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Kodiak MF Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Down by Western Mountaineering
The Western Mountaineering Kodiak MF 0 Degree Down Sleeping Bag is a backpacker's dream. This mummy bag uses lightweight 30-ounce 850+ down fill insulation that provides a full 7 inches of loft. While the down brings the warmth, the sleeping bag weighs in at a modest 2lb 15 oz (regular size) so it isn't also bringing the weight. Its MicroLite XP shell is surprisingly durable despite its lightweight appeal. It's also very breathable and highly water-resistant so you get a restful recovery during the cold nights of your backpacking adventures. Its abrasion-resistant taffeta lining won't tear up if you have to sleep with some gear in your bag. Western Mountaineering sewed the Kodiak's full-length down collar three-dimensionally so your neck remains snug and warm all night long. The draft tube also has a three-dimensional design to ensure you stay warm. The 5 1/4-in spacing and continuous baffle construction allows for easy compressibility and packing.

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SKU: WES0062
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