Why You Will Love It
- The most comfortable lightweight backpacking sleeping bag on earth
- Excels in humid / wet weather
- Improves sleep dramatically
- Durable: will last several years with proper care
- Naturally hypo-allergenic and fire resistant
- Self sanitizing: sun and wind have natural anti-septic effect
- Humane alternative to down
How You Can Use It
- All purpose sleeping bag for camping and backpacking
- Replace your synthetic and down options
- Use zipper underneath in cold weather, zipper on top or side in warmer weather
- Can use flat on a bed when not camping
- Packs down to 11″ x 13″
- Weighs 4 lbs. (2″ Loft/20 F.) and 5 lbs. (3″ Loft/10F)
- Customize your fit by choosing from our two lengths and two widths, two thicknesses
What It’s Made Of
- Shell: 100% Cotton French Twill (chemical free)
- Inner Liner: 100% Merino Wool (chemical free)
- Insulation: Eco Wool Batting (organically raised and milled in the U.S.A sheep wool)
- Girth Standard Width: 28″ / Extra Wide: 34″
- Zipper opens up to make a flat quilt
- Optional Beeswax Coating offers unparalleled water repellancy and wind protection
- Hand wash only in bathtub with easy instructions here
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