Sleeping Bags and Pads

Outdoor Research

Wallcreeper PL 133g

Exped Wallcreeper Sleeping bag/jacket http://www.outdoorresearch.com/site/wallcreeper_pl.html

Versatile sleeping bag has something to offer in almost any situation. Wear it cinched around your waist as a parka, then convert it into a bag when it’s time to turn in. The drawcord foot opening lets you dig into an unplanned bivy without taking your boots off. Zippered arm holes let you melt snow and sort gear without leaving the comfort of your bag.

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Kelty Coromell sleeping bag:

keltycoromell Ideal for warm weather campers who like a little extra elbow room, the Kelty Coromell is a 25º, semi rectangular bag stuffed with 650 fill down insulation.

Light and comfortable, this bag also unzips into a blanket for additional versatility

http://tinyurl.com/96t36b

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Sierra Designs Wicked Hot sleeping bag:

wickedhot_45l-low

Weighing in at less than a pound and a half, the Wicked Hot 45 is just the ticket for a warm nights in the backcountry.  Insulated with recycled PrimaLoft eco, the Wicked Hot is also good for the environment.
http://tinyurl.com/cv7dg5

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Exped DownMats

Thick enough to protect you from stones and roots, and warm enough for winter camping. A built-in pump inflates the mat quickly at night and the compressibility of down allows them to roll up into a pack-friendly size when packing up the next day.

Exped Down Mats

Exped Down Mats

http://www.outdoorresearch.com/site/downmats.html

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