Antelope MF Sleeping Bag: 5 Degree Down by Western Mountaineering
As nice as owning thirty sleeping bags in five-degree increments would be, most of us don't have a bank account full enough or an apartment big enough to accommodate that kind of gear. So, instead of decorating the walls of your home with sleeping bags, go with the Western Mountaineering Antelope MF 5 Degree Down Sleeping Bag and call it good.Western Mountaineering designed the Antelope with versatility in mind by insulating the bag with 850-fill down and using continuous baffles. The continuous baffle system means you can push the down to the top of the bag during those cold nights in the Sierras, or to bottom of the bag when you're sleeping out under the stars during a mid-fall trip to the Grand Staircase. The Antelope's top-shelf down is wrapped in Western Mountaineering's water-resistant MicroLite XP fabric and has a heavily insulated draft collar and lofty hood that will keep your head and face cozy without having to be cinched down to claustrophobia-inducing levels.
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