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Mountain Hardwear -30°F Lamina Z Bonfire Sleeping Bag - Mummy, Long

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About Mountain Hardwear -30°F Lamina Z Bonfire Sleeping Bag - Mummy, Long

Closeouts. One of the warmest sleeping bags Mountain Hardwear has to offer, the Mountain Hardwear -30°F Lamina Z Bonfire long sleeping bag keeps you as cozy as if you were next to a bonfire all night with 300g Thermal.Q Thermic Micro insulation and a Winter Mummy Cut to accommodate extra layers inside.


Specs about Mountain Hardwear -30°F Lamina Z Bonfire Sleeping Bag - Mummy, Long

  • Insulation material: Thermal.Q 300 g/m²
  • Fill weight: 80 ounces
  • Temperature rating: -30°F / -34°C
  • Shell material: Nylon
  • Lining material: Polyester
  • Girth (shoulder/hip/foot): 68/66/45"
  • Fits to: 6'6"
  • Length: 84"
  • Stuff size: 18x10"
  • Storage sack: Yes
  • Compression sack: Yes
  • Weight: 9 lb. 9.1 oz.
  • Made in China
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  • US shipments only


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About Mountain Hardwear

Starting back in 1993, a small group of outdoor industry mavericks broke away from the pack to follow a less-traveled path. From the very beginning, the primary goal of Mountain Hardwear was to create an outdoor gear brand with a sharp focus on technology-driven design, superior performance and hardcore reliability. The result of this function-first mentality has been an array of incredible Mountain Hardwear jackets, clothing, tents, backpacks, sleeping bags and accessories. Today, after more than two decades of industry-leading innovation, Mountain Hardwear continues to set new benchmarks for dependability in the toughest conditions on the planet.