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Down Sleeping Bag Adventure Extreme
Down Sleeping Bag Adventure Extreme
Down Sleeping Bag Adventure Extreme
Down Sleeping Bag Adventure Extreme
Down Sleeping Bag Adventure Extreme
Down Sleeping Bag Adventure Extreme
Down Sleeping Bag Adventure Extreme
Down Sleeping Bag Adventure Extreme

Down Sleeping Bag Adventure Extreme

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SKU:
24503460205
$450.84$405.76$45.08 (10%)
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Temperature raiting: 

  • Comfort: -21… -28° C (-6… -18° F)
  • Extreme: -48° C (-54° F)

Dimensions and weight:

M

  • Dimensions: 190×75×45 cm (6'3"×2'6"×1'6" in) (for people up to 165 cm (5'5" in))
  • Packed: Ø22×46/33 cm (Ø8.7×18.1/13 in)
  • Full weight: 1540 g (3 lb 6 oz)
  • Weight insulation: 968 g (2 lb 2 oz)

L

  • Dimensions: 205×80×50 cm (6'9"×2'8"×1'8" in) (for people up to 175 cm (5'9" in))
  • Packed: Ø23×48/33 cm (Ø9.1×18.9/13 in)
  • Full weight: 1780 g (3 lb 15 oz)
  • Weight insulation: 1137 g (2 lb 8 oz)

XL

  • Dimensions: 220×85×55 cm (7'3"×2'10"×1'10" in) (for people up to 190 cm (6'3" in))
  • Packed: Ø25×48/35 cm (Ø9.8×18.9/13.8 in)
  • Full weight: 2040 g (4 lb 8 oz)
  • Weight insulation: 1348 g (2 lb 16 oz)

2XL

  • Dimensions: 240×90×60 cm (7'10"×3'0"×2'0" in) (for people up to 205 cm (6'9" in))
  • Packed: Ø27×48/37 cm (Ø10.6×18.9/14.6 in)
  • Full weight: 2390 g (5 lb 4 oz)
  • Weight insulation: 1605 g (3 lb 9 oz)

Materials:

  • The outer fabric: 100% Nylon 6.6 20D, 35 g/m&sub2;, Ripstop, DWR
  • Lining: 100% Nylon 20D, 36 g/m&sub2;, DWR
  • Insulation: High-quality gray goose down Kariguz with hydrophobic treatment Nikwax FP 680

Description: Warm winter sleeping bag.

  • Wave construction
  • Zipper 3/4 length sleeping bag
  • Insulated zipper guards
  • Loops for drying
  • Loops for fixing the inner liner
  • Compression Stuff Sack
  • Hood Draw Cord
  • Inside pocket with zipper
  • Hood with soft velour on a face side
  • Increased layer of insulation in the area of the feet
  • An additional layer of synthetic insulation in the area of the feet for additional thermal insulation and to reduce the likelihood of wetting down when in contact with the tent