Glacier 700 Sleeping Bag: 9 Degree Down - Women's by Mountain Equipment
Backpacking adventures into the Alaskan wilderness can sometimes put you smack dab in the middle of a glacier come nightfall. When that happens you're glad to find yourself tucked in tight inside the Women's Mountain Equipment Glacier 700 9 Degree Sleeping Bag. Featuring well over a pound of high loft duck down, you're guaranteed a good night's rest despite the frozen sheet that rests just the other side of your sleeping pad. Well-designed baffling optimizes warmth while balancing weight, and the improved DriLite Loft keeps this bag under three pounds. Light enough to trek through mountain passes on arduous trips, the Glacier 700 also comes with a waterproof stuff sack--just in case you encounter any melted sections of glacier on your journey to solid land.
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