Wenzel® Tundra Minus 10 degree F Hooded Sleeping Bag

Item # WX2-217761

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Oversized, extra - LONG Wenzel® Tundra -10°F Hooded Sleeping Bag provides BIG warmth and BIG comfort.

Frigid nights on the frozen tundra call for something extra ... and the Tundra delivers on all fronts. Extra-warm, with 6 whole pounds of effective, non-allergenic Insul-Therm™ insulation for warmth down to a frosty -10°.

Extra-big at 39 x 90", to accommodate a little tossing and turning. Extra-comfortable, with a super-soft cotton flannel lining. Extra in every sense of the word, no doubt, but nothing extra about the price tag... the Tundra comes in well under-budget.

  • Oversized at 39 x 90" long
  • Comfortable down to -10°F, with 6 lbs. of non-allergenic 100%
  • Resilient poly / cotton outer shell
  • Super-soft cotton flannel lining
  • Offset quilt-through construction prevents bunching and cold spots
  • Oversized #7 self-repairing coil zipper is secured by a VELCRO® Brand tab
  • Secures with 2 elastic straps. Includes dust cover.

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