The Sierra Designs Backcountry Bed 600 3-Season Sleeping Bag is a down sleeping bag that acts more like a comforter for your backpacking adventures. The zipperless design gives the user easy and quiet entry and exit and plenty of wiggle room as you sleep. The 600 fill duck DriDown resists moisture and provides warm at an EN Comfort/Limit Rating of 28°F/17°F. Ready for most types of weather and three seasons of backcountry fun, the integrated comforter has two insulated hand/arm pockets on either side, so whenever you roll from your back to front, or need to tuck it inside, they're there to help. While you're thrashing your legs about, the top half of the bag has a sleeve on the bottom, so you're always connected to the pad and not rolling off. Hot feet? Just wriggle your feet outside of the foot vent and once you snuggle back inside, it will self-seal to prevent drafts from finding their way back inside. Now that's what I call a backcountry sleep changer.
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