Mountain Hardwear Lamina Eco AF Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic

Mountain Hardwear Lamina Eco AF Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic
Mountain Hardwear Lamina Eco AF Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic
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Lamina Eco AF Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic by Mountain Hardwear
Summer's nearly here, but the nights can still get a little chilly in the mountain forests; bring along your Mountain Hardwear Lamina 30 Degree Synthetic Eco AF Sleeping Bag, however, and you're good to go. This synthetic mummy bag is cut for efficient, comfortable warmth when you're camping in cool to warm weather, and it features a proprietary welded Lamina construction that eliminates pesky cold spots and enhances loft. Filled with synthetic Thermal. Q, this bag won't lose its valuable heat-trapping loft if your bag gets wet, and the face fabric is treated to shed light precipitation before it gets the chance to soak in. Comfy hood and foot box designs provide maximum warmth without restricting comfortable movement, and the two-way zipper can be opened at the feet for ventilation if the nights heat up.

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SKU: MHW01DE
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