Eureka! Cayuga 30


fall 2010
Weight 4 lb 11 oz / 2100 g
Fill weight 3 lb 0 oz / 1400 g
Temperature rating 30 F / -1.1 C
Fill ThermaShield synthetic
Shape rectangular
Max user height 6 ft 6 in / 200 cm

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Made with Eureka! ThermaShield insulation which is a proprietary blend of solid and hollow core polyester staple fibers. The unique blend provides excellent thermal properties while maintaining loft and durability. This bag id lined in 100% cotton flannel, you couldn't dream of a cozier place to rest while deep in the woods.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The flannel-lined Eureka Cayuga 30 sleeping bag cuddles you in classic warmth for recreational use in a cabin or camping in mild weather. Durable, polyester-fiber insulation traps warmth even when damp. Tough polyester taffeta shell; cozy cotton flannel lining. Zipper runs the full length of the side and end, letting you open the bag completely to create a quilt or zip together with another Cayuga bag. Eureka Cayuga 30 sleeping bag features a full-length draft tube, anti-snag webbing and internal pocket; it comes with a stuff sack. Closeout.


Flannel dream! Ideal for outdoor camping adventures in temperate conditions.WarmSinglelayer quilt constructionRectangular cutDraft tube prevents cold air from entering through the zipperNow with ThermaShield insulationComfortableCotton flannel linerTough68D 190T polyester shell#5, 2way zippers feature selfrepairing coils for durability and ease of useIncluded coated polyester stuff sack provides protection during transport

- Campmor

The Eureka Cayuga 30 Degree Sleeping Bag is ideal for outdoor camping adventures in temperate conditions.

- Altrec Outdoors

Eureka! Cayuga 30


The Eureka! Cayuga 30 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 24, 2016 at SunnySports.

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