Mountain Hardwear Bozeman 30 Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic

Mountain Hardwear Bozeman 30 Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic
Mountain Hardwear Bozeman 30 Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic
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Bozeman 30 Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic by Mountain Hardwear
Mountain Hardwear's Bozeman 30 Sleeping Bag is a practical option for anyone sleeping in cars and vans as well as tents. An all-around 30F temperature range makes it suitable for most summer trips and even some shoulder season trips when the weather is nice for hiking, climbing, and canyoneering. It's synthetically insulated into an offset quilt construction to prevent any cold spots, even if condensation dampens the bag. The full-length zipper can turn the Bozeman into a blanket on warmer evenings, and it pairs with separate bags to create a double bag. There are draft tubes over the zipper and hood, and the hood has a face gasket for secure coverage when it gets cold at night. Mountain Hardwear made the stuff sack with a microfleece lining that you can flip inside out, stuff the sack with clothing, and use as a comfy pillow.

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