Marmot NanoWave 40 Sleeping Bag: 40F Synthetic - Kids'

Marmot NanoWave 40 Sleeping Bag: 40F Synthetic - Kids'
Marmot NanoWave 40 Sleeping Bag: 40F Synthetic - Kids'
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NanoWave 40 Sleeping Bag: 40F Synthetic - Kids' by Marmot
Whether the family is going camping, their best friends is having a sleepover, or summer camp is just around the corner, the Marmot Kids' NanoWave 40 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag is a perfect way to keep them warm and cozy during nights away from home. Built with synthetic and highly compressible Spirafil insulation, this sleeping bag is durable and stays warm even when water gets spilled on it or in the case of light rain. With easy-to-use draw cords and zipper, plus an intuitive pack-down design, the Nanowave might become your little adventurer's favorite thing to sleep in.

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SKU: MAR01RR
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