Skule Two Seasons Sleeping Bag: 45 Degree Supreme Microloft by Fjallraven
From couchsurfing in foreign lands to camping out on chilly evenings, the Fjallraven Skule Two Seasons Sleeping Bag envelopes you in a cocoon of toasty bliss. This two-season bag is comfort rated down to 45 degrees Fahrenheit, meaning it'll keep you pleasantly warm on summer evenings. Fjallraven's dedication to premium quality shows throughout, from the Supreme Microloft insulation to the soft polyester fabric and padded drawcord adjustment. Because it uses synthetic insulation over down, the Skule won't lose its heat-trapping loft when it's damp, which is a benefit for campers experiencing morning condensation and rainy weather. This mummy-shaped bag is offered in two distinctive sizes for average and taller users seeking optimum comfort. The full-length, two-way zipper promotes easy entry and exit, also allowing for extra ventilation. There's an insulated flap along the zipper that prevents precious body heat from escaping on cooler evenings. Another cool feature is the small internal pocket for storing essentials and small accessories. And when you're finished sleeping, the Skule comes with a convenient storage bag for packing up camp and hitting the road.
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Fjallraven Skule Two Seasons Sleeping Bag: 45 Degree Supreme Microloft
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