Mountain Hardwear Phantom Sleeping Bag: 0F Down

Mountain Hardwear Phantom Sleeping Bag: 0F Down
Mountain Hardwear Phantom Sleeping Bag: 0F Down
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Phantom Sleeping Bag: 0F Down by Mountain Hardwear
At just over two-and-a-half pounds light, the Mountain Hardwear Phantom 0 Degree Down Sleeping Bag takes a burden off your back and puts some Z's into your sleep. This ultralite mummy sleeping bag packs down small, fits your body like a glove, and features a water-repellent finish that fends off heat-robbing moisture so it can retain its loft and warmth. Lightweight, packable, and thoughtfully made, the Phantom is a welcome addition to your overnight kit whether you're headed out for a ski tour the next morning or setting up a vertical camp on a multi-pitch expedition.

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SKU: MHW01CW
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