The Sea to Summit Traverse XTI Sleeping Bag is a 30 degree bag for a wide range of cool to cold weather activities. The EN Testing comfort range is 30 degrees, with the lower limit reaching 19 degrees, so spring and fall camping is a must, with a little bit of mild winter backpacking thrown into the mix. The Traverse series uses a relaxed mummy shape, which makes the shoulder area wider for movement. The draft tube runs along the zipper, preventing chills from sneaking through and it won't snag when you try to get out for the midnight bathroom break. The footbox features a separate zipper for those with hot feet. The regular length bag weighs in at two pounds, six ounces and packs down into the included compression sack for easy stuffing into your backpack.
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