Marmot NanoWave 50 Semi Rec

Retailers' Descriptions

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When the size of a sleeping bag means the difference between adding and subtracting essentials from your pack, the lightweight, highly compressible Marmot NanoWave 50F Sleeping Bag ensures you dont have to subtract what you need. SpiraFil high-loft insulation with blanket construction retains warmth. Details include two-way zipper sliders with zipper garage, snagless draft tube and two hang loops. Constructed of 50-denier polyester fabric. Includes compression stuff sack. Imported. Cancer and Reproductive Harm- Type: Rectangle Sleeping Bags.

- Cabela's

Stuff the super packable NanoWave 50 into your kayak stern or bike paniers G?? the lightweight bag is a master space-saver. DWR-treated polyester taffeta fabric sheds moisture. EN-tested to 55- F, the bag has synthetic SpiraFil high loft insulation that stays warm even when wet.

- Mountain Gear

When space and weight are at a premium (think biking trips, kayak treks, and epic backpacking), you want a super packable, stuffable sleeping bag that'll fit into sterns, bike panniers, and bags. You need the lightweight, PFC-free, mummy-style NanoWave Semi Rec 55 Sleeping Bag to keep you comfortable around 55F. Synthetic SpiraFil High Loft Insulation will keep you warm even when things get wet. The full-length zipper wraps around the footbox for easy ventilation. A snagless draft tube prevent air from sneaking in and fabric from catching.

- Summit Hut

When space and weight are a high priorty, you need the lightweight, PFC-free, Marmot NanoWave Semi Rec Sleeping Bag. This


Stuff the super packable NanoWave 50 Semi Rec sleeping bag into your kayak stern or bike panniers. The DWR-treated polyester sheds moisture and high loft insulation retains warmth even when wet.


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