Lone Pine 20 Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic by Eureka
When you're lying awake, shivering from the cold and listening to the wind blow outside your tent, it's difficult to not think about your warm, cozy bed at home. To ensure this doesn't happen to you, Eureka packed its Lone Pine 20 Sleeping Bag full of Insulcore HQ synthetic insulation and gave it a roomy, yet heat-trapping semi-rectangular shape--so you won't wake up until the sun starts to shine through your tent. With a 20-degree temperature rating, the Lone Pine is great for spring, summer, and fall camping trips, and it's loaded with all the features you'd expect of a sleeping bag in this range. The zipper and face opening are backed by insulated draft tubes to help trap warm air during those particularly chilly nights, and the internal pocket gives you a spot to stash a set up ear plugs, so you don't ever have to suffer through another snore fest again.
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