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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Perfect for spontaneous overnight trips, the warm-weather Lafuma X600 sleeping bag is destined for summertime slumber. Features a durable polyamide shell and lining that stands up to life on the trail. Synthetic fill packs down easily and offers warm insulation. Single-layer construction with offset stitching prevents insulation from shifting, reducing cold spots. Draft flap keeps warm air in and cold air out. Full-length, antisnag locking zipper allows bag to join with another Lafuma bag. Stuff sack included. Special buy.


CLOSEOUTS . A great bag for camping under the summer stars, Lafuma?s 45?F X600 sleeping bag is constructed with a seamless side technique that increases thermal efficiency and eliminates cold spots. Full hood with drawcord Mummy bag Stuff sack included Zipper: Right and left Rated to: 45?F Fits to: 6? Girth (shoulder/hip/foot): 64/60/38? Dimensions (LxW): 83x32" Stuff size: 10x5" Weight: 1 lb. 4 oz. Material: Water-repellent Tactel(R) nylon Lining: Nylon Insulation: Polyester Fill weight: 5.4 oz. By Lafuma of France CLOSEOUTS . China. Visit our Sleeping Bag Guide Available Colors: GREY / DEEP GREY, METAL BLUE / GREY, DARK STONE/GRIS CENDRE.

- Sierra Trading Post

Lafuma Men's X600


The Men's X600 has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$34.93 - $44.95

The Lafuma Men's X600 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 26, 2011 at REI.

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