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Field & Stream Cloud Peak -20° F Sleeping Bag

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Field & Stream Cloud Peak -20° F Sleeping Bag - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Enjoy optimal warmth on your upcoming arctic adventure with the Field & Stream® Cloud Peak -20° Sleeping Bag. Perfect for winter camping, this cold weather sleeping bag has goose down and polyester filling. A gusseted construction and nylon outer shell form an impenetrable barrier against bitter winds. Maximize heat retention with a full surround chest baffle and zipper draft tube. Sleep soundly in the Cloud Peak Sleeping Bag.
FEATURES:

  • Temperature rating: -20° F
  • Bag shape: Rectangular
  • Rectangular design gives ample leg room
  • Gusseted construction provides protection from freezing temperatures
  • Full surround chest baffle maximizes heat retention
  • Nylon outer shell shields against winds
  • Zipper draft tube seals in warmth
  • Brushed cotton liner ensures dryness and comfort
  • Durable #8 YKK zipper
  • Includes security pocket
  • Comes with cotton carry sack

For information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-866-677-4771.

Specifications:

  • Insulation material: 650 FP goose down and 4-hole polyester filling
  • Outer shell material: 30 D nylon
  • Liner material: 220T brushed cotton
  • Dimensions: 86" x 28" x 7.5"
  • Fill weight: 5.66 lbs.
  • Style: CEH00945
  • Field & Stream
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 21976856

Customer Reviews:

Rated 2 out of 5áby 1 reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5áby Bag rated for 20 below zero It only got down to 15degrees and my son froze all night long. February 6, 2014
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