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Gear Details: Sleeping Bags

Ice Peak 750

Manufacturer: Vaude

Product Details:
Product Year2013
For Women:
Type:
Shape:Mummy
Temperature Rating (°F):15
Shell Material:Microfiber fabric, Proprietary water-resistant/breathable fabric, Ripstop
Fill Material:Down
Fill Power:650
Features:Hood, Insulated draft collar, Pocket
Lengths (inches): 87
Girth (inches):
Weight(lbs, oz): 3,5
Price:$599.95
Fall asleep in a bed of feathers; modern, technical 3-season mummy sleeping bag for extreme activities such as high elevation tours and expeditions in very cold regions. Filled with premium 90/10 duck down. 90/10 European Grey Duck Down 650cuin - down is filled in Germany - lightweight fabrics with water repellent treatment - side zip reaches down 40 cm before foot end for enhanced insulation at the feet - double slide, dividable zip fastener for connecting - with large inner pocket made from soft mesh fabric - warmth collar - contoured hood - footbox - integrated foot section with drawcord, can be used as storage sack - length adjustable with drawcord, resulting “foot sack” can be used as a storage bag or provide additional insulation at the feet - extremely durable compression sack included

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