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FEATURES of the Sierra Designs Pyro Maniac 15 / 30 Sleeping Bag
Core Comfort Technology Torso Panel
Convertible temperature bag - adjustable from 15F to 30F
Snag-free zipper tracks
Draw cord at collar with captured cordlock
Easy access, ventable, 60" zipper
Zipper draft tube
Ergonomic hood and footbox
Includes stuff and storage sacks
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Rated 4 out of
The True 3-SeasonerIt's versatile and really is good enough to serve as two different sleeping bags for varying levels of colder climates. As an added bonus, if it’s warm enough to leave the baffle out, you can insert it into the specifically made pillow pocket. Our testers loved the roomy footbox, the comfortable hood and the level of waterproofity (?!). It was quite compact and was easily tucked away in our pack. When the temperature really drops, you might want to reach for a higher rated bag. On the pricier and heavier end of the spectrum for a sleeping aid, even for a -9⁰C bag. See the full review at adventuregearreviews.com