So simple, it's brilliant times two.
Who has the cash to stock a closet full of sleeping bags? Mountain Hardwear designed the Down Flip 35/50 Degree Sleeping Bag to pull double duty on low-key camping trips, with two levels of Q.Shield water-resistant down insulation, a 50° layer on side and a 35° layer on the other, to accommodate a range of conditions—just flip it over to suit the temperature. Think of it as being doubly prepared with singular simplicity. A semi-rectangular design with five-inch baffles offers serious space, and an insulated draft tube and drawcord top seal in your hard-earned warm air and lock out drafts. You van even unzip the Flip all the way and use it as a comforter, if that's more your style.
- 33°-55° temperature rating
- Q.Shield water-resistant down fill
- Semi-rectangular shape
- 30D nylon taffeta lining and 33D nylon shell
- Draft tube and drawcord top seal
- Full zipper
- Internal pocket
- Stuff and storage sacks included
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What side is the 35 degree side??? Doesn't...
What side is the 35 degree side??? Doesn't say anywhere in the instructions that came with the bag and I can't physically tell the difference.