Western Mountaineering Hot Sac Vapor Barrier Liner

Western Mountaineering Hot Sac Vapor Barrier Liner
Western Mountaineering Hot Sac Vapor Barrier Liner
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Hot Sac Vapor Barrier Liner by Western Mountaineering
Tuck the Western Mountaineering Hot Sac Vapor Barrier Liner into your sleeping bag for much-needed warmth on winter camping trips. Its lightweight ripstop stops heat loss from evaporated cooling and from degrading the insulation overtime. The metallic liner reflects body warmth back your way for additonal warmth.

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SKU: WESZ037
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