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Andes Nevado 400 4 Season 400 XL Camping Hiking Mummy Sleeping Bag

In stock
SKU
99412
As low as £21.99
  • RATINGS: The Andes Nevado 400 sleeping bag has been certified to EN ISO 23537-1:2016 standards and awarded temperature ratings: Comfort 3°C/37ºF, Limit -2°C/28ºF and Extreme -19°C/-2ºF
  • MUMMY: The mummy shaped sleeping bag is the most thermally efficient. Wide at the shoulders with a pronounced taper to a narrow foot, reducing the amount of space and air to be heated within the bag. Size: 240 (94”) x 90 (35") x 60cm (24")
  • MATERIAL: Made from 190T polyester, it is extremely light and versatile but still comfortable, with 400GSM hollow fibre filling ensuring maximum heat retention without sacrificing low weight
  • FEATURES: Internal storage pocket for phones, keys and more. For extra warmth and comfort the sleeping bag has an adjustable drawstring hood and shoulder baffle.The XL bag will easily fit the tallest of people
  • COMPACT: The sleeping bag comes with a compression sack that reduces the bag down to a packed size of 35 x 25cm, making this ideal for travellers who need to be wary about size limitations. Weight: 2kg approx

The Andes Nevado 400 is a high quality, affordable sleeping bag, and is the only 4 season sleeping bag currently produced by Andes. Made from 190T polyester, it is extremely light and versatile but still comfortable, with 400GSM hollow fibre filling ensuring maximum heat retention without sacrificing low weight. The 4 season rating means this is ideal for the winter, especially in the freezing cold, which is where this sleeping bag really comes into its own.

The Nevado 400 comes with a wide variety of features, such as an internal storage pocket, an adjustable drawstring hood, a zip baffle and a shoulder baffle. The compression sack reduces the bag down to a packed size of 35 x 25cm, ideal for travellers who need to be wary about size limitations.

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