The North Face Gold Kazoo Down Sleeping Bag: 35F

The North Face Gold Kazoo Down Sleeping Bag: 35F
The North Face Gold Kazoo Down Sleeping Bag: 35F
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Gold Kazoo Down Sleeping Bag: 35F by The North Face
Keep your pack light as you backpack deep into Oregon's fabled old-growth, and don't be afraid to brave some maritime drizzle along the way. Filled with ProDown insulation, the Gold Kazoo Sleeping Bag is designed to maintain its loft and warmth in adverse climates like that of the Pacific Northwest. This bag is made for three-season use, and its small compression size opens space in your pack so you can carry more. At night, utilize the pad loops to keep from rolling off your sleeping pad, and cinch the draft collar to prevent the late-night draft from bothering you as you sleep to the pattering of rain on your tent.

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