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This 3-season down-insulated sleeping bag has a less-tapered cut than a standard backpacking mummy bag, giving you more room to get comfortable on your spring, summer and fall adventures.
Free Shipping. The North Face Furnace 35/2 Sleeping Bag FEATURES of The North Face faux furnace 35/2 Sleeping Bag 550 fill ProDown Comfort-oriented shape Anti-compression layer composed of Heatseeker Eco synthetic insulation Vaulted footbox Shaped hood for more warmth and comfort Draft collar for comfort and to prevent heat loss
Explore milder climates while being adequately prepared for evening temperatures in the mid-thirties with this compressible 550-fill ProDown insulated mummy bag. The natural goose down has a water-resistant finish that absorbs less water and dries faster than traditional down to keep you warmer when exposed to moisture. An anti-compression layer of synthetic Heatseeker eco insulation offers thermal protection on the underside of the bag. Crafted with a baffled construction, a hood, and a draft collar to trap heat.
- The North Face
In warmer weather, this less tapered, forty-degree ProDown(TM) bag offers more room for car camping and backpacking comfort.
- Rocky Mountain Trail
The North Face Furnace 35-Degree Down Sleeping Bag offers toasty warmth for cool summer nights, water-resistant protection for variable weather and high-humidity environments, and roomy comfort when sleeping space is more important to you than a few ounces of weight savings. The Furnace's 550-fill goose down is water-resistant for reliable performance when conditions aren't perfectly dry, and the water-repellent outer fabric and lining protect both you and the bag from heat-robbing moisture. Strategically placed synthetic insulation pads underneath you (made of 30% recycled material) add an extra layer of protection between you and the cold ground, and a draft collar helps keep your body warmth in and the cool night air out. The insulation is evenly distributed from top to bottom so you don't get uncomfortable cold spots when you're moving around in the sleeping bag. The Furnace's relaxed mummy shape allows the bag to stay more thermally efficient than a rectangular sleeping bag while offering more room to move than ultralight mummy bags with more aggressive tapering. The fitted hood with a drawcord keeps the area around your head warm, and a vaulted foot box offers roomy vertical space for your feet. The bag is outfitted with a convenient, non-snagging two-way zipper (nice if you prefer some fresh air around your feet on warmer nights), and the zipper pull glows in the dark to make unzipping in the middle of the night or before dawn less of a hassle. The highly compressible Furnace packs down into a 8x13-inch size for fitting inside your backpack, and its down insulation lofts back up when you take it out for optimal warmth, again and again.
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