Eagles Nest Outfitters Vulcan Underquilt

Eagles Nest Outfitters Vulcan Underquilt
Eagles Nest Outfitters Vulcan Underquilt
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Vulcan Underquilt by Eagles Nest Outfitters
If you love sleeping in a hammock when you camp but you tend to get a bit chilly, use the Eagle's Nest Outfitters Vulcan Underquilt to keep you warm. This insulated sleeping bag uses an adjustable shock cord suspension to seal around your body with a snug fit so you can enjoy a comfortable night overlooking the stars. There's no need to worry about a little morning dew if you're camping in a humid place because this bag resists water so you can continue to live a long and prosperous life filled with fresh-air camp nights. Primaloft gold throughout the bag implements top tier synthetic insulation to trap maximum body heat and keep your core temperature up on colder nights. Weighing in at under two pounds, the Vulcan Underquilt won't weigh you down on longer adventures to your favorite remote destinations.

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