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Northern Outfitters NorthSlope Expedition Weight Sleeping Bag with Free Bivy

  • Extreme Cold Weather Gear
  • Made In America
  • Bivy Sack
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$469.00
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Presenting the Northern Outfitters newest design in expedition sleeping bag comfort with Free Bivy ($120 value).  Beginning with a top shell of wind-resistant and water-repellent Versatech™ fabric, this bag is insulated with an outer layer of high loft Primaloft® Synthetic Down™ PL2 with a wrapped inner layer of Primaloft® PL1 for added warmth.  The lining is composed of a microfiber fabric to help wick away moisture and keep you warm and dry.  The waterproof/breathable fabric on the back provides extra protection.  This bag is recommended for use in temperatures as low as -50ºF (-51ºC).  The sleeping bag is black and grey, and accommodates up to 300-lbs. and 6'4".

Our Northern Outfitters NorthSlope Bivy is perfect for that added bit of protection when you're caught out on the trail. Made from Waterproof/Breathable Cordura fabric, your NorthSlope Bivy will keep you windproof and dry in the worst conditions. It's light weight and packable, and designed to fit comfortably around our NorthSlope Sleeping Bag.


Dimensions: Approximately 95" Long x 40" wide.

• Warm To -50ºF (-51ºC)
• Includes a Durable Nylon Stuff Sack
• Wind Resistant
• Water Resistant

• Weight: Bag-approximately 8-lbs., Bivy-approximately 2 lbs.

 


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  1. The only sleeping bag that's ever kept me warm.

    Posted by Patrice Bidwell, M.D. on 11th Jul 2012

    I'm 5'1", 105 pounds wet, and staying warm has always been a huge problem for me. As a medical doctor I've worked as a missionary in Nunavet, Kotzebue, the Ukraine, and Northern Russia, and before I owned the North Slope sleeping bag it was impossible for me to stay warm at night.
    The bag is light enough for me to carry easily and has made it possible for me to work in remote areas where I couldn't before.