Western Mountaineering Apache Gore WindStopper Sleeping Bag: 15F Down

Western Mountaineering Apache Gore WindStopper Sleeping Bag: 15F Down
Western Mountaineering Apache Gore WindStopper Sleeping Bag: 15F Down
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Apache Gore WindStopper Sleeping Bag: 15F Down by Western Mountaineering
As tough as its name suggests, the Western Mountaineering Apache Gore Windstopper Sleeping Bag doesn't take any guff from wayward pine needles or grueling conditions alike. Built with a protective, Gore WindStopper fabric, this bag shields you from cold, howling winds, while a lightweight, 850-fill down insulation wraps you in toasty goodness to stamp out the bone-chillingly low temps that often creep up come night time. Not to mention, your protection is further strengthened by the down-filled, draft collar that seals in precious heat. And, the Apache's overall lightweight design and included stuff sack makes it easy to haul around when you're counting ounces on the trail.

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SKU: WES000Q
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