Lone Pine 20 Sleeping Bag: 23F Synthetic - Women's by Eureka
Sure, camping isn't the most luxurious vacation you'll ever take, but what it lacks in five-star dining and luxury suites, it more than makes up for with pristine views, fresh air, and lasting memories. Here to add an extra touch of comfort to your camping experience, the Eureka Women's Lone Pine 20 Sleeping Bag helps your legs and back forget about that ten mile hike--so you're fresh and ready to get up and explore new trails.The Lone Pine's dependable synthetic fill makes it a solid choice for cold and wet climates, while its 20-degree temperature rating means the bag is designed to keep you nice and cozy in temperatures down to the low twenties. The shape of the bag is great for wiggly-worm sleepers thanks to the wider cut through the feet, hips, and torso. The large hood features an adjustable drawstring which makes it easy to draw in extra warmth when things get downright chilly as the temperatures bottom out just before dawn. Eureka even added its Stealth-Grip shell fabric along the bottom of the bag, which, when paired with corresponding Eureka tents and sleeping mats, will limit slipping and sliding throughout the night.
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