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Count on the warmth and packability of Cabelas Instinct Alaskan -40F Sleeping Bag to get you through the coldest backcountry conditions. Insotect Flow technology combines Vertical Thermal Channels (VTC) and FlowGates with 35-oz. down and 60-oz. synthetic insulation for a comfort rating down to -40F. VTC baffles distribute warmth from end to end, rather than side to side like most traditional sleeping bags. This allows heat to travel from your warmer upper body to your lower body, resulting in increased warmth from head to toe. FlowGates staggered throughout the length of every vertical channel hold the insulation in place to prevent shifting and cold spots. The result is fewer baffles, maximum warmth with less insulation and a lighter weight sleeping bag. Smooth, ultratough nylon ripstop shell and liningstand up to seasons of rough, unforgiving ground. Draft tube, collar and drawcord adjustability. Includes a 14 x 25 stuff sack for ease of storage and transport. Imported. Gender: Unisex. Type: Rectangle Sleeping Bags.
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