Mountain Hardwear Phantom Alpine Sleeping Bag: 15F Down

Mountain Hardwear Phantom Alpine Sleeping Bag: 15F Down
Mountain Hardwear Phantom Alpine Sleeping Bag: 15F Down
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Phantom Alpine Sleeping Bag: 15F Down by Mountain Hardwear
Mountain Hardwear's Phantom collection consists of ultralight, packable sleeping bags, and the Phantom Alpine Sleeping Bag is optimized for alpinism, big wall climbs, and portaledges. It has 850-fill down insulation that boasts a 15F temperature rating, packs small, and weighs around two pounds. Mountain Hardwear wrapped this insulation up in ultralight fabric, and Pertex Y-Fuse adds rugged water-resistance around the footbox and back for extra weather protection. This Phantom's alpine-specific design includes dual side zippers that accommodate your harness when you're anchored in.

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