Sequoia GWS Sleeping Bag: 5F Down by Western Mountaineering
All the down in the world is still practically useless without proper weather protection when raging storms and soggy conditions abound. That's why Western Mountaineering equipped the Sequoia GWS 5 Degree Down Sleeping Bag with a Gore Windstopper fabric that halts heat-robbing moisture and gusts in their tracks. Ready for water-logged campsites in the North Cascades and howling nights in the Rockies alike, the Sequoia GWS offers below-freezing warmth and maximum weather protection for rugged nights in the alpine and below treeline.
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