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ALPS Mountaineering Desert Pine 0F Sleeping Bag

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About ALPS Mountaineering Desert Pine 0F Sleeping Bag

ALPS Mountaineering Desert Pine 0F Sleeping Bag
The ALPS Mountaineering Desert Pine 0F Sleeping Bag is a great buy for any outdoor camper. Often called "a bag within a bag", it uses a 2-layer offset construction that helps trap warmth inside. It is made of TechLoft+ insulation which consists of multi-hole staple-length micro-denier fibers that have a silicone finish for better insulation without being bulky. The contoured hood, mummy shaped and insulated chest baffle help seal in the heat. The zipper baffle makes zipping and unzipping this sleeping bag an easy and smooth task. It weighs only 6.5 lbs. (regular), 7.35 lb. (wide), 8.2 lb. (long) making it very portable. It comes with a compression sack for easy carrying. With a 210T Nylon ripstop shell and a 210T Polyester lining, this bag has been made from top quality fabric that does not tear easily. So stretch out and rest your tired body in the ALPS Mountaineering Desert Pine 0F Sleeping Bag.

ALPS Mountaineering Desert Pine 0F Sleeping Bag Features

  • Zipper Baffle
  • TechLoft+ - 2 Layer Offset
  • Contoured Hood
  • Insulated Chest Baffle
  • Large #8 nylon zipper with insulating draft tube is easy to open from inside the bag
  • Compression Stuff Sack Included

ALPS Mountaineering Desert Pine 0F Sleeping Bag Specifications

Lining Material
210T Polyester
Shape
Mummy
Dimension Regular:
Length:80" , Width: 32"
Dimension Long:
Length:86" , Width: 34"
Dimension Wide:
Length:84" , Width: 36"
Fill Weight:
Regular: 3.75 lbs, Long: 4.5 lbs, Wide: 4.5 lbs
Total Weight:
Regular: 5.25 lbs, Long: 6.13 lbs, Wide: 6.13 lbs
Outer Material
210T Nylon Ripstop
Insulation:
Techloft+ insulation
Rated:
0F
Contoured Hood:
Yes
Available in the Following Sizes:
Long, Regular, Wide
Zipper Baffle
Yes
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Shopper  How light is this bag? How small does it pack into for trek? How comfortable is it in below freezing weather?
RICHARD C  The bag is 5lbs and rather large. Wouldn't fit in the bottom of my pack even with the compression sack so I bought 3 extra compression straps (like a buck a piece) and cinched it even tighter. That did the trick. Fits fine now. The bag is warm down to 20 degrees F at least. The collar around your neck is beefy and warm. Zippers big and better than avg. I haven't taken it out in less than 20 degrees yet. I also have the -20 degree bag for special occasions, haha! It's even bigger and weighs 7 lbs.
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