Description

Enjoy the wild in winter.

The North Face Women's Snow Leopard Sleeping Bag utilizes a highly compressible Heatseeker Pro for the warmth and small packing space you need whether you're mountaineering or backpacking in cold weather. Heatseeker Pro is also extremely durable and resilient, which means it retains heat for years of use. Both the lightweight shell and the soft lining have water-resistant finishes. The North Face added a shaped hood, a draft collar, and loops on the underside that attach to your sleeping pad. The Snow Leopard also comes with compression and storage sacks for your convenience.

  • 13°F EN comfort rating
  • Heatseeker Pro insulation
  • Women-specific mummy shape
  • Ripstop shell with water-resistant coating
  • Taffeta lining with water-resistant coating
  • Shaped hood, draft collar
  • Pad loops on underside
  • Compression and storage sacks included

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3 5

Great bag but GIANT

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

So I got this bag to keep me toasty, it certainly does that well but if you are planning on packing it in somewhere, not sure where you will put it. It is GIANT, yeah it has a compression pack and does pack down but it still takes up 3/4 of my backpack. Great for the good ol' car camping situations.

3 5

Actually weighs FIVE lbs. 7 oz.

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

Manufacturer's tag states 5 lbs. 7 oz., rated to 13F for COMFORT.
This bag packs enormous, like the size of more than 1/2 my pack.. NOT suitable for backpacking whatsoever. Returned it.

Would be great for very cold car camping (who does that? not me.)