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Ready to do more backpacking? The superwarm Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Spark women's sleeping bag has synthetic Thermal.Q insulation and Lamina top construction to max out loft and eliminate cold spots.
Features of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Hotbed Spark Sleeping Bag Extra Insulation for extra warmth Proprietary, vertically welded Lamina construction enhances loft and eliminates cold spots Roomy, comfortable, relaxed Fit efficiently maximizes warmth without constriction Included microfleece-lined stuff sack that doubles as a pillow and a mesh storage bag Full length #5 zipper with double sliders for versatile ventilation also allows two Hotbed bags to be zipped together (LH bag to RH bag) Thermal?Q Insulation has outstanding compressibility and maintains excellent loft Comfort footbox follows natural foot position for maximum warmth and comfort Face gasket comfortably blocks drafts at hood opening Insulated draft tube with anti snag panel prevents cold spots along zipper Single handed draw cords adjust hood and chest closure
Designed for the woman who%E2%80%99s ready to do more backpacking, this ultra-warm synthetic bag is filled with Thermal.Q insulation and sports vertically welded Lamina%E2%84%A2 construction on top to maximize loft and eliminate cold spots where you need it most. Roomy mummy cut can be mated to a second bag using the full-length zipper.
- Mountain Hardwear
The Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Spark 35-Degree Synthetic Women's Sleeping Bag features a water-resistant Thermal Q Thermic MX insulation, relaxed mummy shape, and heat-efficient Lamina construction, so don't be surprised if it earns a loving nickname after a single camping trip.Mountain Hardwear hooked Ol' Sparky up with a relaxed mummy shape that's thermally efficient, but won't make you feel claustrophobic when you're all bundled up for the night. Its synthetic insulation can stand to get a little wet, so it won't be the end of the world when you decide to sleep out under the stars and end up getting dewed on. A comfort foot box gives your toes an extra bit of wiggle room, which is nice after a long day of being cooped up in a stiff pair of hiking boots, and an insulated draft tube and face gasket help trap heat, since even mid-summer camping trips can be chilly. The Spark also comes with a fleece-lined stuff sack that doubles as pillow in a pinch.
Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Spark 32 Women's Sleeping Bag (Synthetic)-Dark Raspberry-Long-Right. Q insulation and sports vertically welded Lamina construction on top to maximize loft and eliminate cold spots where you need it most. Roomy mummy cut can be mated to a second bag using the full-length zipper.
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