By Eric Yang
on 12.11.07

north.face.solar.flare.sleeping.bag.jpgSimply put the North Face: Solar Flare sleeping bag is a hard core sleeping bag. It’s trapezoidal baffle construction, vaulted oxford-cloth lined footbox, goose down filling, breathable laminate shell make it one of the top bags out there. It will take you to -20 degrees (F) and take you there in comfort.

Features:

  • 7-chamber sculpted hood with dual cord adjustment
  • 800+ Eastern European goose down
  • Weighs 4 lbs 2 oz (1875 g) Long: 4 lbs 4 oz (1915 g)
  • Down-filled draft collar
  • Glow-in-the-dark zipper pull
  • Ground-level side seams
  • Head-level watch pocket
  • No-Snag stiffener in zipper column
  • Nylon taffeta lining
  • One nylon mesh storage sack and one stuffsack included
  • One-hand pull cord for easy hood adjustments
  • Oversized down-filled draft tube and face comfort tubes
  • Polarguard pads in compression zones
  • Shadowlite HyVent shell
  • Trapezoidal baffle construction with side box baffles

What this means to you: You. Will. Be. Warm.

Cost: ~$500 @ Various Retailers

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