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Western Mountaineering Backpacking Sleeping Bags Cypress GWS -30 Sleeping Bag (850 Down)-Long-Right. Even though this is not a mummy bag it is absolutely capable of keeping a person warm at -30F (-34C). With an average loft of 11 inches this bag will completely engulf your body with a thick barrier of the best thermal protection available 850+ fill power premium quality goose down. In fact a Cypress GWS is a good way to surround yourself in warm goose down since each one is filled with about 50 ounces of it. Features include a stout insulated draft tube inside the zipper combined with a second storm flap covering the outside of the zipper a Gore Windstopper outer shell material a three dimensional insulated draft collar and a second zipper allowing the bag to open up completely around the foot.
No longer do you need to be wrapped up like a friggin' gordita when you're camping in frigid alpine environments. While most bags designed for severe cold weather have a restrictive mummy shape, Western Mountaineering's Cypress GWS -30 Degree Down Sleeping Bag is incredibly wide for a roomier, more comfortable fit, yet it's still capable of keeping warm when temps plummet into negative double digits. Of course, when you're well above the tree line, frigid temperatures aren't the only thing you have to worry about--howling winds and relentless snowstorms are also major factors. So Western Mountaineering equipped this bag with windproof and waterproof Gore WindStopper fabric to keep icy gusts, snow, and condensation from robbing all your heat. A stout, insulated draft tube and three-dimensional draft collar keep you warm at the openings, and you can open up the foot box to let your feet breath on warmer nights at base camp.
The Western Mountaineering Cypress Gore Windstopper -30 Degree Sleeping Bag is a severe weather sleeping bag for expeditions into frosty conditions. Survive through the night while wrapped in an 11 inch loft of 850+ fill power down. Shielding you from drafts is not just the Gore Windstopper shell, but also an insulated draft tube along the zipper and a cushy draft collar to surround your neck. Adjust your cozy tent-bed as much as you like with the zipper that opens all the way around the foot box, just in case you need a little cooling by your feet at 3am. Features of the Western Mountaineering Cypress Gore Windstopper -30 Degree Sleeping Bag Made with durable, weather-resistant Gore Windstopper? outer shell material 850+ fill power goose down provides excellent warmth to weight ratio and compressibility Adjustable down-filled collar helps to seal in your body heat Well insulated draft tube behind zipper prevents cold drafts from keeping you up all night Storm flap provides external zipper protection Side block baffle construction prevents down from migrating and cold spots from forming Dual Zippers allow bag to open completely around foot 50 oz of down fill gives this bag 10.5in. of loft and a rating down to -30? F
Current Retail: $1,190.00
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