Blue Kazoo 20°F

Blue Kazoo 20°F

The North Face

$300.00$310.00

Max User Height: Regular 72in, Long 78in
Shoulder Circumference: Regular 62in, Long 64in
EN Lower Limit Rating: 20°F
Weight: Regular 1lb 12.2oz,  Long 1lb 15.2oz
Insulation: 700 fill recycled down
Shell: 20D recycled nylon with non-PFC durable water-repellent finish

The Blue Kazoo is a lightweight, compressible, water-repellent 20°F sleeping bag made with recycled insulation and shell materials. 
  • Highly compressible, recycled 700 fill down retains loft and warmth season after season
  • Fully insulated hood with an insulated cinch collar is designed to seal out chilly breezes to help keep your head warm
  • Trapezoidal side-chamber baffles reduce cold spots and retain loft
  • Durable YKK® 2/3 side zipper makes it easy to get in and out of the bag and saves weight
  • Shockcords on back of the bag attach to a sleeping pad so the pad will stay in place while you sleep
  • Compression stuffsack included

Description

Max User Height: Regular 72in, Long 78in
Shoulder Circumference: Regular 62in, Long 64in
EN Lower Limit Rating: 20°F
Weight: Regular 1lb 12.2oz,  Long 1lb 15.2oz
Insulation: 700 fill recycled down
Shell: 20D recycled nylon with non-PFC durable water-repellent finish

The Blue Kazoo is a lightweight, compressible, water-repellent 20°F sleeping bag made with recycled insulation and shell materials. 

  • Highly compressible, recycled 700 fill down retains loft and warmth season after season
  • Fully insulated hood with an insulated cinch collar is designed to seal out chilly breezes to help keep your head warm
  • Trapezoidal side-chamber baffles reduce cold spots and retain loft
  • Durable YKK® 2/3 side zipper makes it easy to get in and out of the bag and saves weight
  • Shockcords on back of the bag attach to a sleeping pad so the pad will stay in place while you sleep
  • Compression stuffsack included

Additional information

Weight1.04 oz
Dimensions18.0 × 18.0 × 18.0 in
Variant

Regular, Long

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