The North Face Equinox
I'm 6'3" and i love the room this has. I've been on…
Fill: polarguard delta
Temperature Rating: 35 F
Weight: 2lbs 3oz
Price Paid: $125
I'm 6'3" and i love the room this has. I've been on three hikes with this bag and all has gone well. One of the trips the bottom of the sleeping bag got wet and I didn't feel a thing thanks to the polarguard delta fabric. Even though this item is polarguard it has a soft feel and is very comfortable. The bag stuffs fairly easy. This is a great sleeping bag and I recommend it for late spring to early fall on treks.
This sleeping bag is perfect for warm weather backpacking.
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This sleeping bag is perfect for warm weather backpacking. It packs small, has plenty of room inside, and stays dry if exposed to water. This bag is perfect for a summer trip Yellowstone, Grand Teton, or even Glacier. I wouldn't leave home without it!
Here's what other sites are saying:
When the bulk of your adventuring takes place between the days your sun equally measures day and night, The North Face's Equinox sleeping bag provides warmth and comfort. Even on the days there is some frost or drizzly moisture, Climashield Prism will maintain your warmth.
- Mountain Gear
The Equinox is a lightweight, synthetic bag for backpacking in mild conditions.
Made for backpacking in mild temperatures, The North Face Equinox 35? weighs just over 2 lb. and features Climashield Prism synthetic insulation for wet weather.
The North Face designed the 35-degree Equinox Sleeping Bag for backpacking and camping in mild conditions. Lightweight Climashield Prism synthetic insulation functions even when a summer rainstorms soaks your gear, and the adjustable hood and draft collar seal in the heat when the mercury drops. A welded chest-level pocket holds your contact lenses or watch, and a glow-in-the-dark zipper pull helps you escape with ease when nature calls in the middle of the night.