Western Mountaineering Hooded Aspen MF

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See my review of the Sycamore (it is the exact same…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $340

See my review of the Sycamore (it is the exact same bag just renamed).

Retailers' Descriptions

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To provide our customers with the best sleeping bags possible Western Mountaineering sleeping bags are hand made to order in San Jose, California. Order one today and it will ship as soon as possible. It is worth the wait!It's your third day on the Colorado and you've been running rapids for as many days. The Grand Canyon looks different from a raft! It's a special place with an ancient Puebloan ruin just up the draw...If you can climb out of your Hooded Aspen early enough you might just see it before breakfast... With plenty of room and a hood just in case, the semirectangular Hooded Aspen is made with our 1.2 ounce MicroLite XP to provide that extra margin in weather protection. Filled with 17 oz. of our high lofting down this bag with 5in. of loft is rated to 25 Degrees F. It sports 62in. of girth at the shoulder and 46in. at the foot. Not only will it zip to our mummy bags, but the zipper around the foot section lets it open up flat to be used as a comforter... This is the river runners dream! 5 1/4in. Spacing/Continuous Baffles 5in. Loft, 25 Degrees F 62in./ 4 6in. Shoulder /Foot Girth 17 oz. Down Fill 2 lbs. Total Weight Specs: Shape: Semi Rec Size: 6'0” Rating: 25 Degrees F Loft: 5” Inside Girth shoulder / hip / foot: 62”/59”/46” Fill Wt.: 17 oz Total Wt.: 2 lb Stuff Size: 8 x 15

- Moosejaw

Western Mountaineering Hooded Aspen MF

Discontinued

The Hooded Aspen MF has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$325.00

The Western Mountaineering Hooded Aspen MF is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 6, 2006 at Moosejaw.

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