ALPS Mountaineering Double Wide Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic

ALPS Mountaineering Double Wide Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic
ALPS Mountaineering Double Wide Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic
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Double Wide Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic by ALPS Mountaineering
Grab your honey and head to the woods for an overnight getaway. With the Alps Mountaineering Double Wide 20 Degree Sleeping Bag, you can get snuggly and keep each other warm. The spacious 68 inch width also gives you room to roll over if your significant other has a funky dream and gets the jimmy legs. The Double Wide's 20 degree rating means it will serve you well for three seasons of the year, and the synthetic insulation will still keep you warm if it gets wet.

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SKU: ALM0096
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