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The North Face Snow Leopard 0 Degree Sleeping Bag. Zero-degree, technical, synthetic bag for mountaineering duty and cold-weather backpacking.
FEATURES of The North Face Snow Leopard 0 Degree Sleeping Bag
Climashield Prism shingled construction with Climashield Apex layered against the body
Buttery soft fabrics
Inspired fit and function
Lightweight compression stuffsack
Glow-in-the-dark pull-loop on zipper
Internal draft tube pockets keep essentials warm and within reach
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Rated 5 out of
Amazing sleeping bag that has never failed me.I have slept a total of 50+ nights in this bag and have been warm and dry every single time. I have slept in -15F weather and it was still considerably warm. Water and condensation dry a lot faster then in other comparable sleeping bags. The mummy bag design fits well and is still roomy. Would absolutely recommend to any camper or backpacker in need of a warm and durable sleeping bag. However the stuff sack that is comes with could be better and compress smaller. The stuff sack fits pretty bulky in my osprey 75L backpack. My advice would be to strap it on the outside of a backpack. Excellent sleeping bag with an Ok stuff sack.
Date published: 2014-07-16
Rated 5 out of
Good bagFirst sleeping bag in a long time. Used it on a Mt Rainier climb June 30th at Ingraham Flats (11,100 ft) and on Mt Baker for 5 nights in August above Sandy Camp (6,300 ft) both times on snow. Kept me warm every night, sleeping in just a t-shirt and under pants, other climbers were very cold in their rental bags (which on Baker were +10F rated not 0F). I chose synthetic over down because I wanted to be able handle the wet as well as the cold. The bag only just fits through mouth of my REI XT 75 backpack, when wrapped in plastic, but it does fit. The compression bag it comes could be a lot better, but works well enough for me.
Date published: 2011-09-14
Rated 5 out of
like itBag is really big and warm and comfy, but still stuffs pretty easy into the sleeping bag compartment in my pack (deuter 65). Took it on the inca trail and it was a bit overkill for the temps, but I was still comfortable and it didn't have any problems with it staying wet from condensation. Planning to use it for some winter mountaineering.
Date published: 2011-12-23
Rated 3 out of
No Thanks,,No thanks - Heavy - bulky - stuff sack absolutely sucks and is useless - zipper cheap and horrible. Massive bulk. Better for basecamp or car camping , not backpacking for weeks.,,,,This is getting returned ASAP when I get off the Long Trail,,