The North Face Eco Trail Sleeping Bag: 35F Down

The North Face Eco Trail Sleeping Bag: 35F Down
The North Face Eco Trail Sleeping Bag: 35F Down
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Eco Trail Sleeping Bag: 35F Down by The North Face
The Eco Trail 35 fits into The North Face's line as a reliable three-season sleeping option that's lightweight and packable for backpacking. Fully constructed from recycled materials, the Eco Trail line keeps you warm while making efforts to conserve materials.

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SKU: TNFZ9U5
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