Enjoy the wild all year long.
- Women-specific design helps eliminate cold spots in key areas
- ClimaShield Prism’s densely packed fibers trap more heat than standard synthetics and help the insulation retain greater loft despite repeated compressions
- ClimaShield Apex’s fine-denier fibers reflect radiant heat back to you for a warmer night's sleep
- Vaulted footbed won’t constrict your feet, and it helps promote circulation to your lower extremities
- Ergonomically shaped hood provides extra comfort, improves the bag’s warmth retention, and reduces its overall weight
- Internal draft tube pockets keep your batteries warm and your snacks within reach
- Included compression stuff sack helps you minimize the bag’s size in your pack
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I just returned from a month of sea kayaking and backpacking in Alaska. I used this bag for the first time. It kept me very warm, even on nights when my group members were shivering. I liked the way the zipper can be pulled up by my feet to let in some air if I got too warm. Since the bag is synthetic, it dried quickly and kept me warm even when it got wet, which it did often in Alaska. I bought a eVent waterproof compression stuff sack which worked well. I would have liked it to stuff even smaller, but it was a fine trade off for the warmth it offered. The bag was fantastic. I recommend it!
Does this bag have sleeping pad sleeve on...
Does this bag have sleeping pad sleeve on the bottom?
no the only sleeping bag company to offer sleeves for the sleeping pad is Big Agnes http://www.backcountry.com/big-agnes-sleeping-bags