The North Face Snow Leopard 0° - Women's

Specs

Regular Long
Stuffsack Size 7 in x 23 in / 18.5 cm x 58 cm 7 in x 23 in / 18.5 cm x 58 cm
Temp Rating 0° F 0° F
Total Weight 3 lb 8 oz / 1595 g 3 lb 12 oz / 1708 g
Price $199.00 USD $209.00 USD

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit The North Face's Snow Leopard 0° page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Free Shipping. The North Face Women's Snow Leopard Sleeping Bag FEATURES of The North Face Women's Snow Leopard Sleeping Bag Shaped hood for more warmth and comfort Cyclone construction wraps a blend of continuous-filament and cut-staple insulation around the bag in efficient, compressible vertical baffles Draft collar for comfort and to prevent heat loss Pad loops for attaching the bag to a sleeping pad Compression sack and storage sack included

- Moosejaw

Designed for efficient warmth for frigid winter nights in the backcountry, this synthetic women-specific zero-degree mummy bag features our Cyclone design to maximize warmth and compressibility while reducing weight.

- The North Face

The North Face Women's Snow Leopard Sleeping Bag utilizes a highly compressible Heatseeker Pro for the warmth and small packing space you need whether you're mountaineering or backpacking in cold weather. Heatseeker Pro is also extremely durable and resilient, which means it retains heat for years of use. Both the lightweight shell and the soft lining have water-resistant finishes. The North Face added a shaped hood, a draft collar, and loops on the underside that attach to your sleeping pad. The Snow Leopard also comes with compression and storage sacks for your convenience.

- Backcountry.com

The North Face Womens Snow Leopard is a female specific zero-degree, technical, synthetic bag for mountaineering duty and cold-weather backpacking.

- Altrec Outdoors