Mountain Hardwear Rook Sleeping Bag: 15F Down

Mountain Hardwear Rook Sleeping Bag: 15F Down
Mountain Hardwear Rook Sleeping Bag: 15F Down
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Rook Sleeping Bag: 15F Down by Mountain Hardwear
The Mountain Hardwear Rook 15 Degree Down Sleeping Bag offers a happy medium that's perfect for shoulder season backpacking trips. Filled with a lofty dose of down insulation, you'll barely notice its weight in your pack, and it offers heat-trapping warmth that stuffs down nicely on longer trips. Treated with a durable water repellent, the down is protected from light precipitation while you're setting up camp, or chance spills from your reservoir. A traditional mummy shape delivers efficient heat retention on chilly fall nights, while the two-way zip lets you welcome in some cool air when the morning sun hits your tent.

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SKU: MHW01D1
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