Temperature Scale: 9℃(limit) ~ 15℃(comfort).
Adopts breathable and soft fabric.
With double-sided zipper, convenient to use.
Unfold the sleeping bag, you can use it as a blanket.
Come in a 4-compression-strap bag, allowing sleeping bag to be compressed to minimum size, lightweight, compact and portable.
Color: Blue / Navy blue / Orange / Burgundy / Army green (optional)
Fill: 100% polyester
Temperature: 9℃(limit) ~ 15℃(comfort)
Size: 190 * 75cm / 6.23 * 2.46ft
Package Size: 29 * 12cm / 11.4 * 4.7in
Weight: 680g / 1.50lb
1. Product color in the pictures may vary slightly due to the color calibration of each individual monitor setting, please refer to the real item you receive.
2. Sleeping Bag and Compression Stuff Sack ONLY, other items displayed in the pictures are NOT included.
1 * Sleeping Bag
1 * Compression Stuff Sack
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