ALPS Mountaineering Blue Springs Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic

ALPS Mountaineering Blue Springs Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic
ALPS Mountaineering Blue Springs Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic
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Blue Springs Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic by ALPS Mountaineering
Forget about dropping half your paycheck on a sleeping bag. The ALPS Mountaineering 35-Degree Blue Springs Sleeping Bag is a true 3-season bag with offset baffles, double-sided closure, and an included compression sack. The tough nylon shell resists abrasion while the soft polyester lining wicks moisture to keep you dry and comfortable throughout the night. The synthetic insulation features a siliconized finish, enhancing its ability to maintain loft when exposed to moisture. Best of all, the Blue Springs won't gobble your food budget for the week, so you can stay out of the ramen noodle aisle and head straight for the steaks.

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SKU: ALM3096
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