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Slip into a new dimension of comfort at camp. The fully featured, smartly designed Tuck 35°F sleeping bag is filled with a ThermaPro™ synthetic fiber insulation that retains warmth and compresses way more easily than traditional bags. You’ll also enjoy a unique comfort tuck zipper, which lets you put your feet out on warm nights. Backpacking or camping, it’s a good value and a great way to enjoy some well-earned shut-eye fast.

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  • ThermaPro™ Insulation
  • Comfort-Tuck Zipper System
  • Thermal-comfort hood and natural fit footbox
  • Media-integrated storage pocket
  • Offset quilt construction
  • Zipper draft tube with antisnag design
  • FatMan and Ribbon™ drawcords
  • Stuff sack included


EN Lower Limit Rating: 30° F / -1° C

Size Regular:
  • Fits to: 6 ft / 183 cm                                   
  • Fill weight: 23 oz. / .64 kg
  • Total weight: 2 lbs 8 oz. / 1.32 kg
  • Stuffed size: 7" x 12" / 18 x 30 cm
Size Long:
  • Fits to: 6 ft 6 in. / 198 cm
  • Fill weight: 25 oz. / .70 kg
  • Total weight: 2 lbs 11 oz. / 1.40 kg
  • Stuffed size: 8" x 13" / 20 x 33 cm


ThermaPro™ Synthetic

Shell material:
75D Polyester Taffeta

Liner material:
75D Polyester Taffeta

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Mountain Sports:
Gender: Unisex
Intended Use: Backpacking/Camping
Insulation: Synthetic
Temperature Rating: 35 Degree
Sleeping Bag Shape: Mummy
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  1. Froze in this bag!

    I took this bag with me on a 3-night camping trip last weekend. The low was high 30s on the first night and low-mid 40s the next two nights. I went to sleep the first night wearing thermal pants and a shirt and woke up freezing. Had to put a pair of fleece pants and a fleece jacket on over the thermals and still stayed pretty cold. The next two nights I also slept in thermals and woke up cold again both nights, though not quite as bad as the first. The bag seems like it would be a nice 50 degree bag, but I can't imagine sleeping outside in anything colder than 50 degrees and staying warm. Certainly not a 35/30 degree bag! on Feb 28th 2017

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