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Marmot Women's Angel Fire Down Sleeping bag
Marmot, Oct 2009
Marmot's Angel Fire sleeping bag is quite rightly one of the most popular cold winter down down bags that we currently produce for women. A huge amount of women in the UK already own and use Marmot's Angle Fire sleeping bag for cold weather camping.
The proven design and shape has been specifically engineered to ensure this sleeping bag fits you and not a 6 foot tall male with broad shoulders. We know that you feel the cold, especially on your toes and at your head. To combat this extra insulation has been placed in these key areas to help keep you warm and toasty during those cold winter nights.
The durable construction and high-quality down ensure you get a warm and comfortable nights sleep even when it gets down to -3 degrees C.
Weight: 1.247 kgs
Fill Weight: 623.7 g
Main Material: Omni 1.4 oz 100% Nylon WR
Main Material: Network 1.3 oz 100% Nylon AC
Lining Material: Flashback 2.2 oz 100% Polyester WR
Insulation Material: 600+ Fill Goose Down
Inside Length: 168 cm
Internal width: 147 cm (Circumference)
Color: Summer Blue/Sierra
Comfort Temperature: -3 degrees C (EN 13537)
Lucy Creamer snuggled down in her trusty Marmot sleeping bag
Marmot, Oct 2009
Certified 600 Fill Goose Down bags are constructed with the following features:
Still interested in a good nights sleep?
Well you can buy the Women's Angel Fire sleeping bag from the following UK stockists:
Cotswold Outdoor: Tel: 0844 557 7766 Web: www.cotswoldoutdoor.com
George Fishers: Tel: 017687 72178 Web: www.georgefisheronline.co.uk
Itchy Feet: Tel: 01225 337987 Web: www.itchyfeet.com
The Outdoor Shop: Tel: 01908 568913 Web: www.theoutdoorshop.com
Important Note: If you need a sleeping bag for use in even colder temperatures then we highly recommend checking out the Women's Teton sleeping bag for more extreme use.
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