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The North Face Women's Snowshoe

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photo: The North Face Women's Snowshoe 3-season synthetic sleeping bag


Regular Long
Price Historic Range: $119.83-$199.00
Reviewers Paid: $147.00-$179.00
Weight 3 lb 7 oz / 1550 g 3 lb 9 oz / 1600 g
Fill Weight 2 lb 1 oz / 950 g 2 lb 3 oz / 990 g
Temperature Rating 0° F / - 18° C 0° F / - 18° C
Fill Climashield Prism Synthetic Climashield Prism Synthetic
Shape Mummy Mummy
Max User Height 5 ft 6 in / 167 cm 6 ft 0 in / 183 cm
Shoulder Girth 56 in / 142 cm 56 in / 142 cm
Hip Girth 60 in / 152 cm 60 in / 152 cm
Foot Girth 38 in / 97 cm 38 in / 97 cm


2 reviews
5-star:   2
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

This sleeping bag is very comfortable and very warm. It molds perfectly to your body and once you are in there and warmed up, it stays warm all night. 

Price Paid: $147

I always sleep cold and have been using my hubby's Long -20 bag in Alaska summer for years with poly pro jammies. I actually had to take my poly socks off right away and ended up unzipping as I was too hot with the baby climbed in this me this last spring and it has been a repeated thing. I don't need socks to sleep in the summer in my bag anymore.

The collar feels a bit confining and claustrophobic, but I will enjoy it when temperatures require it. I've not used a women’s bag before but this is reminiscent of sleeping in a down bag for warmth in about 20 degree weather.

Design: mummy
Fill: climashield PRISM - sinthetic
Temperature Rating: 0 F, -18C
Weight: 3 lb 8oz
Price Paid: $179

rated 4.50 of 5 stars All Snowshoe versions

In addition to the 2 women's reviews above, there are 8 reviews for other versions of the Snowshoe. Read all reviews »

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