NEMO Equipment Inc. Kyan 35 Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic

NEMO Equipment Inc. Kyan 35 Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic
NEMO Equipment Inc. Kyan 35 Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic
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Kyan 35 Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic by NEMO Equipment Inc.
The NEMO Equipment Inc. Kyan 35 Sleeping Bag is designed to be a staple for ultralight backpackers. Its high-end construction and use of innovative materials and technologies have the Kyan setting a new standard for synthetic sleeping bags. NEMO's patent-pending FeatherCore construction provides you with ultra-compressibility while retaining your body heat. This construction, paired with the bag's thermally efficient shape and apparel-like hood, ensure you'll stay warm and comfortable without having to bring along a bulky sleeping bag. Additionally, if you get too warm, the zippered Thermo Gills allow you to easily vent your excess heat without letting in cold drafts.

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