Mountain Hardwear Bishop Pass Sleeping Bag: 0F Down - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Bishop Pass Sleeping Bag: 0F Down - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Bishop Pass Sleeping Bag: 0F Down - Women's
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Bishop Pass Sleeping Bag: 0F Down - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
Some gear guides would lead us to believe that we need a different sleeping bag for each pursuit and each temperature. The Bishop Pass eschews that notion as a sleeping bag that is equally suited to cold-weather backpacking, mountaineering and basecamping. With a full-length draft tube and collar to keep out the chill, the Bishop Pass's 0F rating ensures you can stay comfortable on those late fall and winter trips into the backcountry. 650-fill down provides excellent warmth without weight or bulk, meaning you'll have more room in your pack for snacks and other sundries.

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