Mountain Hardwear Lamina Sleeping Bag: -15F Thermal Q

Mountain Hardwear Lamina Sleeping Bag: -15F Thermal Q
Mountain Hardwear Lamina Sleeping Bag: -15F Thermal Q
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Lamina Sleeping Bag: -15F Thermal Q by Mountain Hardwear
Whether you're spending the night in a snow cave or heading out on a multi-day ski tour, trust the Mountain Hardwear Lamina -15 Degree Thermal Q Sleeping Bag to keep you warm and cozy. Lamina construction attaches the insulation directly to the shell fabric, which eliminates the cold spots caused by standard baffle stitching, and the bag is designed with a wider-than-usual mummy fit for comfort if you're wearing layers. Even the unique footbox design accommodates the natural position of the foot for improved warmth and comfort when the night is particularly chilly. Plus, the shell fabric's DWR finish and the Thermal. Q synthetic insulation make the bag an ideal choice for damp winter conditions.

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SKU: MHW01D6
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