REI Zen +25

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Specs

fall 2010 men's regular long
Weight 3 lb 4 oz / 1500 g 3 lb 10 oz / 1600 g
Temperature rating 25 F / -3.9 C
Fill polyester fibers synthetic
Shape mummy
Max user height 6 in / 20 cm 6 ft 6 in / 200 cm
Shoulder girth 62 in / 160 cm 62 in / 160 cm
Hip girth 58 in / 150 cm 58 in / 150 cm

Manufacturer's Description

Visit REI's Men's Zen +25 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The synthetic REI Zen sleeping bag balances price and performance. Light, compressible insulation and unique construction work together to maximize warmth when the temperature dips. REI-exclusive Z-Baffle construction combines 2 insulations that together maximize heat retention far more efficiently than a single insulation. Synthetic polyester fill retains insulating properties even when wet. Equally distributed insulation accommodates the multi-position sleeper; mummy shape is thermally efficient, yet roomy enough from shoulder to knee to ensure sleeping comfort. Hood, insulated muffler, roomy footbox and full-length zipper draft tube with ground-level seams keep heat in, cold out. External chest pocket keeps essentials-headlamp, watch, glasses-right at hand and easy to find in the dark. Special pocket can be stuffed to make a pillow that stays in place; no need for a pillow to take up valuable space in your backpack. Pad loops provide attachment points to keep your sleeping bag and pad together, so you needn't worry about rolling onto the cold ground (straps sold separately). Differentiated drawcords allow quick identification, even in the dark-so neck or hood adjustments are a cinch! Ripstop nylon shell and soft taffeta lining offer durability with abrasion- and tear-resistance for years of use. Nylon stuff sack and cotton storage bag included. Left-hand zip. Special buy.

- REI refers to the men's version

REI Zen +25

MSRP:
$159.00 (men's)

The REI Zen +25 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 1, 2012 at REI.

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