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The North Face Eco Trail Down 20° Bag

$197.00

If you’re getting out and backpacking, you clearly appreciate the outdoors and want to experience them in all their glory. So, what better way to help the outdoors than by buying sleeping bags made from recycled materials, in a certified eco-friendly manner? If that makes sense to you, than look no further. The North Face Eco 20° Down bag is as good as an eco friendly bag gets. Without even considering the environmental impact this bag is great, so when you factor that in the bag becomes exceptional!

 

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Description

GEEK TIP:

Down is an exceptionally comfortable insulation and this sleeping bag is 35% lighter than our synthetic sleeping bags. Travel light & sleep tight.

GEEK TIP #2:

Remember, 20 degree bags mean 20 degrees in the same way a 3P tent is built for “three” people. A 20 degree bag is good for 30 degrees and above, like a 3P tent is good for two people and some baggage.

FEATURES:
  • Premium, 20-degree EcoDown bag is the ideal three-season backpacking bag
  • 600 EcoDown for great, recycled performance
  • Global Recycle Standard ensures accurate content claims and good working conditions
  • Extra width in the knees offers maximum comfort
  • Internal phone pocket
  • Shaped hood for more warmth and comfort
  • Draft collar for comfort and to prevent heat loss
  • Pad loops for attaching the bag to a sleeping pad

 

SPECS:
  • Use: Backpacking
  • Temperature rating: 20 degrees
  • Insulation: 600 EcoDown
  • Total weight: Regular: 2 lbs 14 oz, Long: 3 lb 3 oz
  • Total Bag Length: Regular: 77.5 in, Long: 83.5 in
  • Regular Length: People up to 6′
  • Long Length: People up to 6’6″
  • Stuffed Volume: 9″x17″

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 17 × 8 × 8 in
Select Length

Regular Left Zip, Regular Right Zip, Long Length, Regular Length

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