Big Agnes Yock Sleeping Bag: 0F Down

Big Agnes Yock Sleeping Bag: 0F Down
Big Agnes Yock Sleeping Bag: 0F Down
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Yock Sleeping Bag: 0F Down by Big Agnes
Keeping cozy in the cold, the Yock Sleeping Bag features enough lightweight loft to keep you warm on frigid winter nights. DownTek insulation traps powerful warmth for comfort on nights in the single digits, and the water-resistant fabric sheds moisture in damp conditions. Made in the traditional mummy style in order to shave weight and efficiently insulate, it can pack small and makes an ideal companion for backpackers and winter camping. It ditches the sleeping pad sleeve in order to save ounces, but still includes a draft collar and draft tube along the zipper, with a contoured hood you can cinch down on the coldest nights.

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