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Peanut By EGOZ

Product Description

This bag combines all the benefits of Cotton -high compressibility, superior warmth, and light weight- with unmatched performance in the presence of humidity, condensation, and sweat. It will keep you warm with lots of key features. The box baffle construction with ground-level side seams and differential cut maximizes warmth and eliminates cold spots while the top draft collar and zipper draft tube with anti-snag design will keep the cold air out of the bag. The efficient, form fitting hood is warm and comfortable, with captured cord lock for one-handed adjustment, makes it easy to adjust. The bag is also easy to get in and out of with the dual-slider locking zipper. Regular Cotton is treated with a molecular level polyester to create a hydrophobic finish on each individual Cotton plume. This finish allows it to stay dry longer, loft better, and dry faster than untreated Cotton, keeping you warmer in any environment. PRODUCT SPECIFICATION Style: EP300 Temperature Rating: 40°F / 4°C Stuffsack Size: 9″ x 15″ (22 cm x 38 cm) Total Weight: 3 lbs (1400g) Internal Legth: 83″ (211 cm) Maximum User Height: 6’6″ (198 cm)

My husband is big into outdoors and hammock camping, tent camping, backpacking and climbing. He leaves sometimes for 2-3 days and goes on great adventures! He needs a durable lightweight sleeping bag and this one has been great to him. It’s army green and he’s been using it for a few weeks now and it’s really held up. It does get wrinkly in the bag but what sleeping bag doesn’t? It stays warm at night so far. He’s only been sleeping in 60+ degree weather but it’s been very comfortable and even hot at times. Yes I did say hammock camping too! How? Well he steps in it, pulls it up waist level, sits down and flops his feet in and then pulls it up and lays down. He is a character but he knows how to stay comfy! We have not washed this yet and I don’t plan on doing it. By what I’ve read the material will bunch up and it doesn’t work well just machine doing it so I think when It comes time I’ll wrap it up tight and put it in my chest freezer. YES! If you think this is nuts then you MUST google freezing clothing/items to get them clean. It works! We do it with many camping supplies and packs to get sap and everything off of them. A little spray, a little freeze and it’s as good as new. Even works with stinky stank.

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