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The North Face Lynx Sleeping Bag: 35F Synthetic

$139.00 - $148.95
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Travel lighter.

Prowl through the mountains this summer with The North Face Lynx 35 Sleeping Bag acting as your cozy den when the sun goes down. With its extremely lightweight and packable design, the Lynx is the ideal option for backpacking during the warmer months.

Cyclone construction maximizes efficiency to offer optimal warmth while keeping weight low and compressibility high. Heatseeker Pro insulation is lofty and insulates even in damp environments. Pad loops prevent your sleeping pad from shifting around so you don't wake up on the cold, hard ground with a back ache in the morning. And when it's time to get back on the trail in the morning, the compression stuff sack packs everything down easily so you can get going to the next destination.

  • Lightweight bag for backpacking in summer weather
  • Cyclone design optimizes warmth, compressibility, and weight
  • Heatseeker Pro is lofty and offers consistent warmth
  • Pad loops keep sleeping pad from slipping
  • Draft collar and cinchable hood lock in heat
  • Compression sack packs it down as small as possible
  • Item #TNF03ZG

[face fabric] 20D nylon ripstop, DWR coating, [lining] 20D nylon taffeta
Heatseeker Pro
Max User Height
[regular] 6ft, [long] 6ft 6in
Shoulder Circumference
[regular] 61in, [long] 62in
Hip Circumference
[regular] 57in, [long] 59in
Foot Circumference
[regular] 42in, [long] 43in
Bag Length
[regular] 77.5in, [long] 83.5in
Pad Retainer
Fill Weight
[regular] 15oz, [long] 1lb 1oz
European Norm Comfort Rating
European Norm Lower Limit Rating
Storage Sack
Stuff Sack
included, compression
Stuff Size
8 x 14in
Claimed Weight
[regular] 1lb 14oz, [long] 2lb
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Great Stuffed size and cozy

True to size
Size Bought
5` 10"

I bought this 2 months ago and have used it a couple of times, the compressed sack is really good and you can shrink it a lot.

>Rating: 5

Packs small, works great, comfortable!

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought
100 lbs

Took this on a week long backpacking trip for it's maiden voyage. It worked awesome. The bag packs up really small in the compression sack provided. Very light weight, didn't add much to the 30# I had on me. The fabric is soft and smooth, very comfortable to sleep in. I get cold really easily at my size, as in 70 degrees is often chilly for me. We camped in weather that got down into the 50s at night and we ditched the rain fly so we were in open air sleeping conditions - and even for me, the cold weather wimp, two thin layers of clothes + this bag kept me warm. This bag is so easy to pack up, too, and for real you can get the compression bag down to where the straps can't get any tighter. Great bag, so happy with this purchase!

>Rating: 3

Great bag except for zipping

I've used it several times

Very good bag great weight packs smaller than the 8x14 listed and kept me warm in 40 degrees in CO at 9,000ft in Aug. Only issue: the zipper catches constantly on the inside draft collar. Took me 5 minutes every night just to zip it up every single time on 2 trips. Good bag for the price but my warmer Kelty and Mountain Hardwear have never had so many zipping issues. I even had huge problems zipping it up in the morning in full daylight without me in it.

Ryan, I have the same bag and same issues. I found it’s best to only zip it when you’re in it. When you’re in it, pull slowly & easy . Don’t worry about zipping it up in the morning; just pack it up. Hope this helps! Eric T. 😎