The North Face Dark Star -20

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The beefy Dark Star -20F synthetic bag from The North Face offers superior warmth in frigid, subzero conditions and high-altitude climbing expeditions.

- REI

The last place you should cut corners when it comes to planning for cold-weather expeditions is your sleeping bag. The Dark Star -20 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag from The North Face features a silky, durable Pertex shell and Climashield Apex fibers in the insulation for added heat retention.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. The North Face Dark Star -20 Degree Sleeping Bag FEATURES of The North Face Dark Star -20 Degree Sleeping Bag Climashield Prism and Climashield Apex shingled construction 20D Pertex shell Vaulted footbox Winter heat trap with center draw Expedition fit Compression stuffsack doubles as a summit pack SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Dark Star -20 Degree Sleeping Bag Temperature Rating: -20deg F / -29deg C Stuffsack Size: 21 x 11in. / 53 x 28 cm SPECIFICATIONS for Regular Weight: 5 lbs 3 oz / 2353 g SPECIFICATIONS for Long Weight: 5 lbs 9 oz / 2523 g This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

A pinnacle synthetic sleeping bag for frigid, subzero conditions, this new -20 F expedition bag provides crucial cover for extreme conditions. Constructed with a durable Pertex shell, this 20 denier fabric pairs with Climashield Apex and Prism shingles and an Apex core for the highest level of protection where minimal weight and maximum warmth are critical.

- The North Face

The Dark Star -20 sleeping bag from The North Face is expedition ready. Warm enough to protect you in the harshest environments thanks to the Climashield Apex and Climbashield Prism insulation. The vaulted footbox gives you plenty of space to lay naturally and when it's time to finish your climb, the compression stuffsack turns into a summit pack so you don't have to carry any extra equipment.

- Mountain Gear