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The North Face Lynx

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Travel lighter during summer backpacking trips and other weight-sensitive pursuits with the packable, 40degF Lynx Sleeping Bag from The North Face. The regular-length bag weighs in under 2 lbs. Continuous-filament and cut-staple Heatseeker Pro(TM) polyester insulation maximizes thermal performance to keep you warm down to 40degF, for 3-season backpacking. Offset quilted bottom reduces cold spots where your body rests against the cool ground. Efficient design delivers optimal warmth without sacrificing compressibility. Draft collar and shaped hood help retain warmth. Pad loops give you a way to attach the bag to a sleeping pad (pad not included). The North Face Lynx Sleeping Bag comes with a compression sack and storage sack.

- REI

Short of actually knitting yourself a sweater out of bobcat fur, there's no better way to stay warm on summer nights than The North Face Lynx 40-Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag. One of the lightest, most packable synthetic summer bags on the market, the Lynx is EN-rated to keep you easily comfortable to 47 degrees, and won't have any issues if temps drop down into the 30s. How' The North Face's Heatseeker Pro insulation sandwiches super-compressible synthetic between layers of rugged filament, providing serious levels of warmth and packability without adding extra weight. The mummy design is ultra-efficient, too, cutting down on material while maintaining warmth, making the Lynx a top-shelf summer backpacking bag. Of course, it'd all be for naught if your bag got wet, right' Not quite. Synthetic insulation stays warm even if it gets wet, so damp nights won't necessarily be sleepless ones. There's also a draft hood and collar to seal out cold air, a snug hood to trap heat around your head, and loops to keep your bag securely attached to your sleeping pad. Even the zippers are designed to be snag-free, and have glow-in-the-dark pulls for enhanced awesomeness.

- Backcountry.com

The North Face Lynx

currently retails for:
$138.95 - $149.00
MSRP: $149.00

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Specs

Regular Long
Total Weight 1 lb 12 oz / 799 g 1 lb 14 oz / 856 g
Temp Rating 40° F 40° F
Stuffsack Size 6 in x 17 in / 14.5 cm x 43 cm 6 in x 17 in / 14.5 cm x 43 cm
Price $149.00 USD $159.00 USD