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Snow Leopard Sleeping Bag - Women's
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The North Face Snow Leopard women’s sleeping bag is the female version of the tough, dependable bag mountaineers have come to rely on. With a zero-degree temperature rating, women mountaineers can trust the Snow Leopard will keep them warm, even when the snow has fallen and the winds are howling. With Climashield Prism construction and cozy, synthetic fabric, this winter sleeping bag is contoured specifically to fit the female form. Its build will maximize warmth capacity while keeping a low weight at less than 4 pounds. Like the Men’s North Face Snow Leopard, it has neck gaskets for trapping heat, internal draft tube pockets and a glow-in-the-dark pull loop. The key difference is this sleeping bag has additional padding around the hips and mid-section to fit a woman. If you are a rugged outdoorsy woman in need of a new bag, this is the one for you.
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tnf-snow-leopard-womens.jpg The North Face Snow Leopard Sleeping Bag - Women's - LG
REVIEWED BY: BARBORA 2014-07-07
"probably too big for backpacking, not suitable for limited space in backpacks, ok for road trip, very comfortable and thick, warm of course, no drawstring to tighten sleeping bag around the body, only around the face, size - Long - ok for height 165cm, not too long"