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Gear Details: Sleeping Bags

Super Stretch Burrow Bag #0

Manufacturer: Montbell North America

SKU: 1121763

Product Details:
Product Year2009
For Women:
Type:
Shape:Mummy
Temperature Rating (F):
Shell Material:Microfiber fabric, Ripstop
Fill Material:Proprietary synthetic
Fill Power:
Features:Hood, Insulated draft collar, Insulated zipper draft tube, Storage bag (large) included, Zipper options (e.g. left and right)
Lengths (inches): 70 ,76
Girth (inches):71
Weight(lbs, oz): 4,6
Price:$185
Inside shoulder girth is flexible and will stretch from 53" to 71" The long version retails at $200.00 The long version weighs 4lb 12oz The long version has a flexible girth that will stretch from 56" to 75"

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Easily the most comfortable bag I have ever used. A little bulky but worth it once you hit the sack for the night. This bag is almost too warm on mild summer nights. I used it in 5-10 degree temps in February and I was roasty toasty.
Posted by Nick, May 11, 2010 Star Star Star Star

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