Sierra Designs Dream Weaver 25

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Sierra Designs Women's Dream Weaver 25 Sleeping Bag FEATURES of the Sierra Designs Women's Dream Weaver 25 Degree Sleeping Bag Women's specific construction and warmth rating Microfleece lined foot box Snag-free zipper tracks Draw cord at collar Draft collar Flex stretch external construction Offset Layer Construction Ergonomic hood and footbox Pillow pocket Zipper draft tube Chest pocket for valuables Includes stuff and storage sacks SPECIFICATIONS of the Sierra Designs Women's Dream Weaver 25 Degree Sleeping Bag Temperature Rating: 25deg F / -4deg C Trail Weight: 3 lbs 7 oz Shoulder Girth: 52 - 60in. Hip Girth: 52 - 60in. Footbox Girth: 34 - 42in. Fits Up To: 5'6in. Zipper Side: Right Fill Weight: 36 oz Stuff Dimension: 9 x 19in. Material: Fill: HeatSync Shell: 30D Polyester Micro-Ripstop Liner: 30D Polyester

- Moosejaw

The Sierra Designs Dream Weaver 25 features Flex technology that allows for maximum movement and eliminates constriction that improves thermal efficiency by eliminating dead air space. It also has added extra insulation in the core area so you will maintain a consistent body temperature by keeping your core warm and thus your toes too.


Sierra Designs sleeping bags feature ergonomic hood that are designed to cradle the head comfortably without compressing the insulation. Draw cords at the collars which keep the hood snug and comfortable while keeping the warm air in. They include draft collar that is a fully insulated tube, it provides a warm collar around the chest and torso seal in the air. A pillow pocket to stash your extra layer in this sleeve creates an integrated pillow. Also these sleeping bags have a dual-slider 60 inch zipper that is anti-snag and has a draft tube to keep warmth in. 25 F /-4 C

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Sierra Designs Dream Weaver 25

previously retailed for:
$113.97 - $189.95

The Sierra Designs Dream Weaver 25 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 25, 2014 at Moosejaw.

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