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|Features:||Draw or Cinch Cord, Water-resistant, Ultralight|
|Best Use:||Camping, Ultralight Backpacking, Travel, Backpacking|
|Exact Temperature Rating:||25 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Sleeping Bag Shape:||Mummy|
|Bag Weight (Regular):||1 lb 6 oz|
|Fill Details:||850+ Loft ULTRA-DRY Down|
|Sleeping Bag Shell:||10D UL Nylon treated with DWR|
|Sleeping Bag Lining:||15D nylon soft touch, high density weave|
|Fill Weight (Regular):||14.1 oz|
|Product Technology:||Sea to Summit UL 10 Denier Nylon, Sea to Summit ULTRA-DRY Down, DWR|
|Temperature Rating:||21 - 30 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Max User Height (Regular):||6 Feet|
UL 10 Denier Nylon
UL 10 Denier Nylon is an ultralight, downproof fabric. The nylon weave protects down from abrasion and elements, with an incredibly minimal weight. The thin fabric is extremely packable for less bulk in your pack. It is coated in a durable water repellent finish to repel water, especially from the sides of your tent.
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Sea to Summit ULTRA-DRY Down
ULTRA-DRY Down is a treated insulator for Sea to Summit sleeping bags. ULTRA-DRY treated down repels moisture, so when your environment is damp, your gear stands a much better chance. The down will retain its loft, dry faster and is even anti-bacterial and anti-microbial, improving their life span. When conditions are bad, your bag doesn't have to be.
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Durable Water Repellant
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.