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The North Face Gold Kazoo Sleeping Bag: 35 Degrees Down

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    Handles damp like a champ.

    Make your way down the misty Oregon coast, stopping only to sleep at night in The North Face Gold Kazoo 30 Degree Down Sleeping Bag. This three-season bag features a water-resistant, quick-drying Pro Down insulation, making it ideal for wetter climates like the Pacific Northwest or the Southeastern US.

    When regular down gets even a little bit wet, you're pretty much stuck with shivering for the rest of the night. That's not the case with Pro Down. It's specially treated to limit moisture absorption and dry much more quickly relative to regular down. Anti-compression pads in areas where your body makes the most contact with the ground create an insulating buffer. Pad loops keep your sleeping pad in place while you doze, and an included compression sack makes packing up easy.

    • 650-fill ProDown insulation
    • Draft collar
    • Anti-compression pads
    • Pad loops for attaching to sleeping pad
    • Compression sack included
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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Got this for my son as a lightweight 3 season sleeping bag. He loves it. The zipper handle nearest the head has a glow in the dark attachment that makes it quick to find. It comes with a great storage sack and a stuff sack, but most of the time my son uses his waterproof sea-to-summit stuff sack. Compresses small (easily fits into size small [10L] sea-to-summit event compression). Very comfortable. He sleeps on the colder side but was warm in shorts and tshirt at 10K feet and 40 degress on most recent backpacking trip. He uses an insulated sea-to-summit comfort light pad. This sleeping bag has become his favorite he's ever used.