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It's car-camping season again, so in the midst of wrangling the family and their gear, don't forget to pack your Lafuma Women's GR 20 LD Sleeping Bag. Ideal for starry nights spent in tents with those near and dear to you, this women-specific bag carries you through three seasons of weekend adventure so everyone in the family can get their fair share of the great outdoors.

  • Proportioned for women for better heat management and so you're not lugging any more sleeping bag than you need to
  • Maxi Loft synthetic insulation retains insulating qualities even when damp
  • Dual-sliding, half-length zipper allows for ventilation
  • Draft tube prevents cold air from bypassing zipper
  • Interior storage pocket stores a phone or other valuables
  • Baffled collar and adjustable, insulated hood help maintain temperature throughout the night
  • Glowing pull-tab adds visibility and convenience
  • Compression stuff-sack helps with bulk management during transport, while hanging loops allow for easy off-season storage

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so does anyone know the exact weight? BC...

so does anyone know the exact weight? BC says 3lb.5oz. and BP said 2lb. 15oz. thanks!

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Lafuma GR 20 in Backpacker?s April 2012 Gear Guide

Backpacker’s review on the Lafuma GR20, in April’s 2012 Gear Guide - Bargain alert: “The performance far exceeded my expectations,” said one tester after using it in Great Sand Dunes National Park. “The (proprietary) synthetic bag lofts well, kept me warm with lows in the 20s, and still packs down to two-liter bottle size.”

Lafuma GR 20 in Backpacker?s April 2012 Gear Guide