Green Kazoo Sleeping Bag: 5 Degree Down - Women's by The North Face
If you were some kind of woodland wizard, then all you would need to do is play a little tune on your magical flute to make a cozy little cabin in the woods appear, complete with a goose down bed, roaring fire, and turkish delight. But, as much as we hate to break this to you, you're not a wizard, so you're much better off settling with The North Face Women's Green Kazoo 5 Degree Down Sleeping Bag, because you can toot on that flute all you want, but that cabin ain't coming.The Green Kazoo isn't without it's charms, though. For starters, The North Face gave it a heat-efficient mummy shape and packed it full of its Hydrophobic ProDown insulation to deliver reliable performance, even if you do encounter a bit of moisture during your adventures. Its 5-degree temperature rating is ideal for shoulder season backpacking trips and mid-summer mountaineering endeavors, and it makes the bag a welcome companion when you're sleeping in the back of your car up on Snoqualmie pass when you know the powder is going to prime first thing in the morning. The North Face even threw in sleeping pad loops to keep your pad planted beneath you, and it included a stuff sack and storage sack, so you can keep the Kazoo nice and lofty when it's not in use.
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