Eureka! Centerfire -10°


fall 2010
Weight 13 lb 6 oz / 6070 g
Fill weight 6 lb 8 oz / 2950 g
Temperature rating -10 F / -23.3 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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Designed for the woodsman, these bags are big, burly, and built for years of abuse. Robust, stout, warm and featureladen define these styled performance rectangular sleeping bags.FeaturesFor comfort, the Sip 'n Zip aids mobility to enjoy reading or sipping while inside the sleeping bag. To use, simply unzip the abbreviated zipper on the left side of the bag.The downwind foot vent can be opened for added ventilation on warm nights.Design features like the fullcover cotton duck shell and 8 point rivet reinforcements enhance the durability and aesthetics of this sleeping bag.The removable, integrated carry duffel bag can be stuffed and used as a pillow. Then, when ready to take down camp, just roll the bag into the duffel, secure with the internal compression straps, and zip closed.Lining material: 100% yarndyed cotton flannelInsulation: Eureka! ThermaShieldZipper: Three # 8 right, Sip 'n Zip, DownwindSip 'n Zip: dual side zipper convenienceDownwind foot vent: second zipper at footFull length draft tubes Antisnag webbing8 Pointer rivet reinforcementsInternal pocketExternal pocketHang loopsIntegrated (detachable) carry duffel bag

- Campmor

Robust, stout, warm and feature-laden define the styled performance rectangular Eureka Centerfire -10 Degree Sleeping Bag.

- Altrec Outdoors

Eureka! Centerfire -10°


The Eureka! Centerfire -10° is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 4, 2013 at SunnySports.

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