Eureka! Rimfire 15º


fall 2010
Weight 9 lb 7 oz / 4280 g
Fill weight 4 lb 8 oz / 2000 g
Temperature rating 15 F / -9.4 C
Fill Thermashield synthetic
Shape rectangular
Max user height 6 ft 6 in / 200 cm

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Eureka!'s Rimfire 15º page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

In the Trapper Nelson or Early Winters horse camp realm, the Eureka Rimfire 15 Degree Sleeping Bag is a basic rectangular design perfect for the woodsman. This bag is big, burly, and offers plenty of room to move. Delivering an understated statement, the durable performance of the Rimfire is highlight with 3 free-floating compression straps that are specifically designed to keep the sleeping bag neatly rolled, full length draft tube, anti-snag webbing, hang loops, and hook & loop zipper closure.

- Altrec Outdoors

Designed for the woodsman, these bags are big, burly, and built for years of abuse. Understated styling in a durable performance rectangular bag.FeaturesThe 5.6 oz Rimfire poly/cotton shell fabric is tough, yet soft to the touch.The 3 free-floating compression straps are specifically designed not to tear out and to keep the sleeping bag neatly rolled.The Rimfire easily integrates with Eureka! sleeping bag carry duffel accessory (sold separately) via the three elastic loops at the head of the bag. (Sold Separately)Shell material: 5.6 oz. Rimfire 65/35 poly-cottonLining material: 100% yarn-dyed cotton flannelInsulation: Eureka! ThermaShieldZipper: # 83 free floating compression strapsFull length draft tubeAnti-snag webbingHang loopsHook & loop zipper closureEasy integration of carry duffel

- Campmor

Eureka! Rimfire 15º


The Eureka! Rimfire 15º is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 30, 2013 at Altrec Outdoors.

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