Eureka Lone Pine 40 Sleeping Bag: 40F Synthetic

Eureka Lone Pine 40 Sleeping Bag: 40F Synthetic
Eureka Lone Pine 40 Sleeping Bag: 40F Synthetic
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Lone Pine 40 Sleeping Bag: 40F Synthetic by Eureka
The Eureka Lone Pine 40 Sleeping Bag offers a restful night's sleep during chilly evenings with its lofty Insulcore HQ insulation and semi-rectangular shape. Its shape mimics the thermal efficiency of a mummy bag, but with a little extra room for spreading out. The 40-degree temperature rating ensures versatility for cooler summer evenings and transitional seasons alike. The full-length zipper features a draft tube that retains precious body heat from pouring out. An insulated baffle wraps around your face for cozy warmth when the temperature dips after midnight.

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