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The North Face Pyxis Sleeping Bag Long
 



The North Face Pyxis Sleeping Bag Long
Retail Price: $229.00
Our Price: $179.96
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Product Code: 9312061700820


  

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The Pyxis is an ultralight, extremely compressible, zero-degree PrimaLoft® sleeping bag for all-season backpacking. From the athlete-tested Flight collection that is designed for done-in-a-day and weekend adventures when fast and light packing is paramount. Features The North Face® innovative vaulted footbox that provides sufficient space to allow the feet to flex and move naturally.

Features


  • Ultralight, extremely compressible, twenty-degree Climashield™ Neo bag for three-season backpacking.
  • Climashield™ Neo synthetic insulation
  • 20-denier Hyperlight ripstop shell
  • Overlapping shingle construction
  • Soft and supple 20-denier lining
  • Vaulted ergonomic footbox
  • Full-length #5 YKK® zipper
  • Draft tube and face comfort tubes
  • One-hand pull cord for easy adjustments
  • No-Snag bonded stiffener in zipper column
  • Heat-transfer logos to save embroidery thread weight
  • Sleeping pad retention loops
  • One nylon storage sack and one siliconized stuffsack included


Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

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Excellent bag, bad stuff sack September 17, 2008
Reviewer: adrian from SF bay area, ca  
I've tested this on a warm (~50 degree) night.  Too hot if zipped up, but unzipped was very comfortable.  I will update after I use it in colder conditions.

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