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An alleged short cut and some questionable decision making may have led you and your hiking group into a deep canyon, turning what would have otherwise been a relatively easy hike into a grueling three-hour bushwhack back to camp, but at least your Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Spark 35 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag will be there to smooth it over. The Spark's water-resistant Thermal Q Thermic MX insulation will keep you and your tired legs nice and cozy after a long day on the trail, while its vertically laminated Lamina construction helps to maximize loft and eliminate cold spots, so you don't wake up with a bad case of the chills. Throw your puffy jacket in the fleece-lined stuff sack to give your head a lift, and cinch the hood down tight to protect your face from those chilly summer night winds.
With its time to trade the glow of the campfire for the warmth of your tent, the long Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Spark sleeping bag blocks cold with a design that eliminates drafts and maximizes loft.
The Hotbed Spark 35 Synthetic Sleeping Bag by Mountain Hardwear is the perfect bag for campers who are ready to break into the world of backpacking! Thermal.Q Thermic MX insulation and vertically welded Lamina construction maximize loft and eliminate pesky cold spots. The roomy, relaxed cut provides you with plenty of room to move, without sacrificing warmth. A full length zipper with dual sliders allows for customized comfort. If you are in the market something comfy and cozy for the trails, check out the Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Spark 35.
Features of the Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Spark Sleeping Bag Proprietary, vertically welded Lamina construction enhances loft and eliminates cold spots Roomy, comfortable, relaxed Fit efficiently maximizes warmth without constriction Included microfleece-lined stuff sack that doubles as a pillow and a mesh storage bag Full length #5 zipper with double sliders for versatile ventilation also allows two Hotbed bags to be zipped together (LH bag to RH bag) Thermal?Q Insulation has outstanding compressibility and maintains excellent loft Comfort footbox follows natural foot position for maximum warmth and comfort Face gasket comfortably blocks drafts at hood opening Insulated draft tube with anti snag panel prevents cold spots along zipper Single handed draw cords adjust hood and chest closure
Mountain Hardwear Camp & Hike Hotbed Spark 35 Sleeping Bag (Synthetic)-Rocket-Long-Left. Q insulation and sports vertically welded Lamina construction on top to maximize loft and eliminate cold spots where you need it most. Roomy mummy cut can be mated to a second bag using the full-length zipper.
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