The North Face Superlight 15 - Men's

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With 800-fill ProDown and a host of features targeted at saving weight, The North Face Superlight 15deg Sleeping Bag delivers warm insulation, with minimal weight and bulk. . 800-fill ProDown insulation keeps you warm, even in wet conditions. Performance cut for extra weight savings. Partial draft collar and integrated draft overlap to prevent heat loss. Semi-continuous baffles save weight. Center zipper for easy in and out. Internal pocket keeps essentials at the ready. Includes stuff sack and storage sack. Hood cinch cord seals out cold air. Vaulted toe box for increased comfort. Water-resistant head and toe box.


The North Face Superlight 15F / -9C Sleeping Bag is a down sleeping bag for backpacking in cold weather. Cold weather down to 15&degF to be a little more specific. The 800 fill ProDown is treated for water resistance, so never fear damp locations, but I still don't recommend you dunk this baby in a river. Otherwise it'll probably still be cold and wet. It will resist tent condensation and a little dampness, so jump in through the center zip and snuggle in for some shut-eye. The sleek cut, partial draft collar and draft overlap work together to keep all the toasty body heat on the inside, just cinch down the hood as necessary. Up towards the top there is an internal pocket, store your headlamp there so you can grab it quick when you wake in the night, to shine it around the tent to make sure there Aren't any creepy crawlies. Storage is easy with an included stuff sack and storage sack, one for the trail and one for home. Features of The North Face Superlight 15F / -9C Sleeping Bag 800 fill ProDown Performance cut for extra weight savings Partial draft collar and integrated draft overlap to prevent heat loss Semi-continuous baffles reduce weight normally added by stitching and baffle mesh Center zipper for easier access Internal pocket for handy storage Stuffsack and storage sack included Hood cinch-cord seals out the cold Waterresistant Neovent Air on head and footbox

- Moosejaw

Get crucial warmth with minimal bulk and weight with this fifteen-degree sleeping bag that's insulated with water-repellent 800-fill ProDown and crafted with a slimmer performance cut that features overlapping baffles to conserve heat. A center zip makes it easier to navigate getting in and out of the bag.

- The North Face

The Superlight Sleeping Bag from The North Face provides an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio, letting you stay warmer while carrying less. This all-season mountaineering bag utilizes Hungarian grey goose down to keep you nice and toasty, and the trapezoidal baffle construction ensures that the down stays where it's supposed to be. Face and neck gaskets prevent cold air from seeping in, and the internal draft tube pockets let you keep essentials within easy reach.


The The North Face Superlight Sleeping Bag Long is designed to keep you warm year-round or at higher elevations where temperatures drop. Long model fits up to 6'6" users. Rated to 0 degrees Fahrenheit for winter or mountaineering use. 650+ fill power Hungarian grey goose down is warm, light and packable, not to mention durable enough to last for decades. The soft fabrics feel good against your skin, but are durable and light-weight at the same time. Glow-in-the-dark zipper pulls make it easier to get in and out of the bag in the middle of the night, or early in the morning for an alpine start on that summit attempt. An internal draft tube keeps drafts out and warmth in. The internal pocket keeps essentials secure, like a watch with an alarm for that 5 a.m. start. Includes a lightweight compression stuffsack for packing down small. Ergonomically designed face and neck gaskets keep the warmth in even as you move around. Stay warm at night no matter the season or elevation in this great backpacking sleeping bag from The North Face. Weight long: 3 lb 6 oz (1445 g). Temperature rating: 0 degrees F. Stuffsack size: 7x23 inches (18.5x58 cm)

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

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