The North Face Lynx Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic

The North Face Lynx Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic
The North Face Lynx Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic
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Lynx Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic by The North Face
Prowl through the mountains this summer with The North Face Lynx 35 Sleeping Bag acting as your cozy den when the sun goes down. With its extremely lightweight and packable design, the Lynx is the ideal option for backpacking during the warmer months. Cyclone construction maximizes efficiency to offer optimal warmth while keeping weight low and compressibility high. Heatseeker Pro insulation is lofty and insulates even in damp environments. Pad loops prevent your sleeping pad from shifting around so you don't wake up on the cold, hard ground with a back ache in the morning. And when it's time to get back on the trail in the morning, the compression stuff sack packs everything down easily so you can get going to the next destination.

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