Three-season comfort in any condition.
Zip up The North Face 20 Degree Down Blue Kazoo Sleeping Bag for a downright toasty night's sleep when facing wet conditions in the mountains. Ready to handle three-season temps in the backcountry, the Blue Kazoo uses water-resistant 650-fill ProDown insulation for reliable warmth in moisture-riddled environments, and even compresses small to keep the overall weight down. This insulation's hydrophobic finish also improves your warmth by drying faster and repelling moisture ten times longer than your average untreated fill.
The North Face sewed anti-compression pads in high-pressure areas that contact the ground to deliver an insulating buffer for extra warmth. Its shaped hood and down-insulated draft collar trap your precious body heat when things really cool down, while the anti-snag tape keeps the zipper from catching on the draft tube for a smooth entry and exit. Pad loops give you a way to attach the sleeping bag to your sleeping pad to prevent you from slipping off the pad overnight, and the compression and storage sack make heading to the next site a breeze.
- Protective sleeping bag for three-season backpacking
- 650 ProDown insulation dries quickly and repels moisture
- Draft tube and shaped hood trap precious warmth
- Pad loops help keep your sleeping pad in place
- Compression sack and storage sack included for ease of transport
- Item #TNF02BW
- Q & A
Lots of heat loss
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The pros are that it is very light and packs down super small. The cons are its overall construction. Even with temps in the high 40s, I slept cold and had to layer up and wrap up in a tarp to get any sleep. At dawn I peaked in the bag and could see light coming thru at the baffle seems (where heat escapes).
What are the dimensions of the bag in the compression sack?
The dimensions of this bag in the stuff sack provided is 9 x 17 in. This can be compressed further with the help of a compression sack. We have a few listed on our site. I'm happy to help assist you in your search or answer any other gear questions you might have. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org and my direct line is 801 204 4694 ext 2451.