The North Face Snow Leopard 0°
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Designed to keep you warm on frigid winter nights while reducing the weight you need to haul by day, The North Face Snow Leopard Sleeping Bag is insulated with high-performance Heatseeker(TM) Pro. Continuous-filament and cut-staple Heatseeker Pro polyester insulation maximizes thermal performance to keep you warm down to 0degF for 4-season backpacking. Offset quilted bottom reduces cold spots where your body rests against the cool ground. Efficient design delivers optimal warmth in sub-zero temperatures 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 Snow Leopard Sleeping Bag comes with a compression sack and storage sack.
- REI refers to the men's version
The North Face Snow Leopard 0F Synthetic Sleeping BagThe North Face Snow Leopard 0F Synthetic Sleeping Bag keeps you comfortable on those cold and long nights outdoors. The Climashield Apex layered insulation against the body traps heat inside for more warmth in harsh climates. The internal draft tube pockets is use to keep your important and valuable belongings safe and at arm's reach. It comes with a light compression stuff sack for easy portability and storage. The Climashield Prism shingled construction eliminates cold spots for a cozy night's sleep. Its ergonomic face and neck gaskets offer even more protection from the cold. The North Face Snow Leopard 0F Synthetic Sleeping Bag is a great choice for any camping trip.
- SunnySports refers to the men's version
On day 15 of your Himalayan adventure, you realized that tracking down the elusive snow leopard for your magazine's photo spread would prove more difficult than anticipated. It's a good thing that you brought along The North Face Snow Leopard 0-Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag--loaded up with synthetic Heatseeker Pro insulation, it'll keep you easily comfortable down to 18 degrees, and relatively fine all the way to zero. You probably wouldn't want to use it alone on a 20,000-foot peak in a blizzard, but in alpine basecamp or lower-elevation winter settings, you're golden. Even if it gets wet, the Heatseeker Pro will keep you warm--something down won't do--and the whole thing will pack down smaller than any super-warm synthetic bag has any right to do. Even though the Snow Leopard's certifiably lightweight, it's stuffed full of features that'll have you using it even if you're in your own bed at home. The shaped hood, draft collar, and draft tube seal in the warm air and lock out the cold, and the anti-snag zipper (yeah, it has a glow-in-the-dark pull) will make getting in and out of your bag hassle-free. You won't wake up frozen on the floor, either, since the Snow Leopard has loops that hold your sleeping bag in place, and an internal pocket that'll keep any small things--lucky charms, midnight snacks, or shiny pebbles--close by while you're snoring.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version