Marmot Paiju Sleeping Bag: -5F Down

Marmot Paiju Sleeping Bag: -5F Down
Marmot Paiju Sleeping Bag: -5F Down
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Paiju Sleeping Bag: -5F Down by Marmot
The Paiju -5 fits into Marmot's line as a reliable four-season sleeping option that is lightweight and packable for backpacking. Heavy down insulation makes this sleeping bag suitable for frigid winter camping and shoulder-season backpacking excursions.

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