NEMO Equipment Inc. Jazz Sleeping Bag: 20-Degree Synthetic

NEMO Equipment Inc. Jazz Sleeping Bag: 20-Degree Synthetic
NEMO Equipment Inc. Jazz Sleeping Bag: 20-Degree Synthetic
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Jazz Sleeping Bag: 20-Degree Synthetic by NEMO Equipment Inc.
You go camping to relax, and that can be hard to do when confined to an uncomfortable sleeping bag. Instead, bring the Nemo Equipment 20-Degree Synthetic Jazz Sleeping Bag. This bag is set up to make you feel like you're sleeping at home while you're enjoying your outdoor respite. From its pillow-top base to its blanket-fold top, this sleeping bag will make you feel like you're on cloud nine as you watch the stars from inside your tent and drift off to sleep. Nemo even gave it an integrated, removable sheet so you'll have a soft layer against your skin and can easily wash it when you return home, or as you bounce from hostel to hostel on a more city-based adventure.

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SKU: NEM0083
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