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Want three-season backpacking comfort? Practice your kazooing.

If you win first place at the International Kalamazoo Kazoo Extravaganza, your prize is The North Face Gold Kazoo 30 Degree Down Sleeping Bag. Why? Because it's certifiably awesome, packed full of water-resistant 650-fill ProDown and EN-certified to be comfortable down to 33 degrees, making it a perfect spring, summer, and fall backpacking bag. It also weighs a superlight two pounds, so you'll hardly notice it in your pack, and has features like a shaped drawcord hood, draft collar, and sleeping pad loops so you don't roll off in the middle of the night and wake up frozen on the ground. It even has anti-compression pads on the bottom so you don't have to deal with cold spots. Better start practicing.

  • 650-fill water-resistant ProDown
  • EN-rated comfort to 33°F
  • Lightweight mummy design
  • Anti-compression pads to preserve loft
  • Shaped hood with drawcord
  • Draft collar
  • Pad loops for sleeping pad attachment
  • Compression and storage sacks included

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How far down does the zipper go for warmer nights?

5 5

Great bag for camping!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Love this bag the moment I received it! It's super soft, plenty long for me, extremely comfortable and I love the color! Definitely satisfied and looking forward to years of uses to come!

5 5

Awesome Down Bag

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Amazing down sleeping bag that is light weight, super comfy, and packs down small. The compression sacks TNF provides are a joke, so I would advise getting a smaller sack for the bag and you'll be good to go!