The Canadian Armed Forces know a thing or two about extreme cold weather! Use all components of this sleeping bag system to keep you warm and cozy down to –25° F. Use the inner or outer sleeping bag individually for sleeping in warmer weather.
Military Extreme Cold Weather Sleeping Bags Feature
- Reinforced stitching
- Heavy-duty zippers with baffles to eliminate cold spots
- Mummy shape with quality down interior fill to retain body warmth
- Ties on bags and liner enable them to be tied together
- Total weight: Approx. 12.8 lbs
Extreme Cold Weather Sleep System Components
- Outer Sleeping Bag
Nylon with down insulation, mummy-style. Half-length YKK brass zipper. 31.5″ shoulder width, 19.7″ foot width, approx. 4.9 lbs (NSN 8465-21-842-6078)
- Inner Sleeping Bag
Nylon with down insulation, mummy-style. Half-length YKK brass zipper. 29.5″ shoulder width, 19.7″ foot width, approx. 4.9 lbs (NSN 8465-21-842-6079)
- Removable Bag Liner
Cotton flannel — easy to wash. Approx. 1.8 lbs (NSN 8465-21-842-6080)
- Balaclava-Style Hood
Nylon outside, cotton inside, with synthetic insulation. Collar extends down back, shoulders, and chest. Velcro fastenings and elastic arm loops. Approx. 0.7 lbs (NSN 8465-21-842-6081)
- Storage Stuff Sack
Water-resistant nylon. Drawstring closure. Approx. 0.7 lbs (NSN 8465-21-107-4616)
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