Wenzel Santa Fe Mummy Shape Sleeping Bag
- Temerature Rating up to 20 Degrees F
The Santa Fe Mummy Style Sleeping Bag is great for camping and backpacking due to its compact mummy shape. Mummy shaped sleeping bags are very heat efficient for thermal insulation due to less open space around the body. They are also light, making them great for backpacking and lightweight camping.
Wenzel Santa Fe Sleeping Bag Features:
- Velcro tab with embroidered logo secures zipper
- Drawstring hood
- Offset quilt construction
- Filled with non-allergenic Omega II polyester
- Full length 3" draft tube and 5" shoulder collar
Self-repairing 2-way zipper with anti-snag tape
Comfort rating of 20 degrees Fahrenheit
- Size: 33" by 84"
- Fill: Omega II
- Weight: 40 oz
- Outer Material: Polyester
Liner Material: Soft Polyester Pongee
Storage: Oxford Stuff Sack
Wenzel Sleeping Bag Fabric:
The polyester makes a great choice for mummy shaped sleeping bags because it further enhances the lightweight efficiency from being a less dense material, but still insulating enough to retain heat.
- Washing - machine wash cold using mild detergent in a front loading commercial washer. Top load agitator washing machines can damage a sleeping bag.
- Drying - Use a commercial dryer on low setting or air dry.
- Do Not Dry Clean - drying cleaning can damage your sleeping bag.
- Storing - when storing your bag for extended periods of time, do not leave it compressed in stuff sack. Instead place the bag in a larger storage bag, lie loosely on a shelf, or hang your bag in a closet.
- Stuffing Your Sleeping Bag - the best way to stuff your sleeping bag is to grab the top of the stuff sack with one hand, place the bottom of the stuff sack between your feet. Grab the foot of the sleeping bag with your extra hand and stuff it into the bottom of the sack. Grab the next section higher up and continue to stuff until the bag is all the way in.
Survival Tip: A sleeping bag is one of the 3 shelter survival gear tools. A tent and sleeping pad complete the set of survival shelter. A tent will primarily shield from weather conditions such as precipitation and wind, sleeping bags provide thermal insulation providing warmth and comfort, and a sleeping pad provides an extra layer from the cold ground which provides further insulation, but also adds much more comfortability making your sleep more beneficial and restfull.
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