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ALPS Mountaineering Clearwater Sleeping Bag: 35 Degree Synthetic - 2007 BCS
ALPS Mountaineering stuffed the Clearwater Sleeping Bag with MicroX, a synthetic insulation that's lightweight yet helps you stay toasty on a chilly summer night. This 35-degree mummy bag weighs less than three pounds so you aren't tempted to leave your comfy sleeping pad behind, and its contoured hood holds in body heat so you snooze snugly in the woods.
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By: John Carrier
April 3, 2011
January 24, 2011
I purchased this bag to shave some weight from my gear. It is a nice bag that compresses nicely. I broke it in in the Andes in Ecuador. We slept at 13,000 to 14,000 feet with temperatures in the mid 30's at night. You have to dress properly, but that is to be expected with about any bag at this rating and the temperatures we were in. If you know what to expect and how to camp in the cold you will be happy with this bag.
- 210T Nylon ripstop
- MicroX synthetic
- Draft Collar:
- Max User Height:
- 6ft (183cm)
- Shoulder / Hip / Foot Circumference:
- 32 / NA / NAin ( 81.3 / 00 / 00cm)
- Stuff Size:
- 7 x 17in (17.8 x 43.2cm)
- Stuff or Storage Sack:
- 35F (2C)
- 2lb 11oz (1219g)
- Recommended Use:
- Moderate-weather camping, backpacking
- Country of Origin: