Sea To Summit Ascent AcII Sleeping Bag: 15F Down

Sea To Summit Ascent AcII Sleeping Bag: 15F Down
Sea To Summit Ascent AcII Sleeping Bag: 15F Down
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Ascent AcII Sleeping Bag: 15F Down by Sea To Summit
The Sea to Summit Ascent ACII Sleeping Bag is feathery light and packs down to the size of about two water bottles, so it might be surprising to know how reliably protective when you're camping in wet environments. Its 15-degree rated 750-fill down insulation has a hydrophobic Ultra-Dry treatment to retain its lofty warmth when your tent has some condensation from the storm outside. Boasting true three-season versatility, this bag has a unique zipper system that's full-length on one side and half-side on the other to give you plenty of air on warmer nights. Draft tubes cover both zippers and the shaped hood for solid coverage when it's windy at night. It has an internal pockets and Sea to Summit included an Ultra-Sil compression bag and storage sacke for plenty of pocketing options.

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SKU: STS007D
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