This Sleeping Bag Doesn't Wrap You Up Like A Mummy. Gives You Freedom!
Sep 03, 2013 10:56
The new Backcountry Bed 800 sleeping bag does away with constricting zippers and opts for a double layered design offering a more comfy sleep.
The bag's out layer has 800 fill down that's been treated with a water resistant chemical called DriDown. And instead of sealing you inside the zipper, the bag's inner layer works more like a duvet and lets you pull it up to keep warm.
At $400 for a 15 degrees version, and $350 for a 30 degrees one, it's not the cheapest of sleeping bags around, but its definitely a whole lot comfier than most. [Sierra Designs via Gear Junkie]
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