If you often find yourself camping in soggy conditions, whether you're backpacking in the Pacific Northwest or taking a river trip down the Colorado, it's good to have a synthetic bag in your kit. Therm-a-Rest designed the Saros 32F Synthetic Sleeping Bag with comfort in mind, giving the classic mummy shape a little extra room. Called W. A. R. M. Fit, this stands for With Additional Room for Multiple positions. This means you're free to roll around, toss and turn, and pretty much anything short of starfish. And since the the bag is equipped to attach to your sleeping pad, you won't have to worry about rolling off in the middle of all this movement.
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Therm-a-Rest Saros Sleeping Bag: 32F Synthetic
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