Are you or your child going camping this summer? Do you need a serious sleeping bag, but don't want to drop a small fortune at a camping store?
1SaleADay Family has got this High Sierra Symmetry 2-in-1 Sleeping Bag for $39.99 + $4.99 shipping = $44.98. (Overstock.com has got the same sleeping bag for $95.99 + $2.95 shipping, so you're getting a better than half-price deal.) This high-end sleeping bag has a unique convertible system that lets you sleep comfortably no matter what the temperature, with its insulated, 2-in-1 Symmetry system.
A microfiber liner and mummy design keeps you warm on the coldest nights, and the lightweight fleece bag inside can easily be removed from the main bag and used separately on warmer nights. Symmetry's exclusive ThermalC° filler provides superior insulation, and offset quilting minimizes cold spots, keeping you warm even as the temperature outside drops. (ThermalC° is a synthetic, "hollow fiber", polyester fill that offers great insulating performance for it's weight/volume, while resisting settling and crushing.) The "self-healing" EZ Glider slider zippers reduce the potential to snag and offer effortless movement along the zipper coil.
- Brand: High Sierra Sports
- Model: HSR-SYS3585-11
- Zippers: Nylon, #8
- Shell: Polyester 185T/210 Polyester honeycomb ripstop
- Liner: Micro fiber
- Quilting: Offset
- Fill weight: 4 pounds ThermalCº
- Weight: 10 lbs.
- Temperature rating: +10º F
- Dimensions: 85" long x 35" wide
- Color: Boulder, Redrock & Nebula
- Style: Mummy
- ThermalC° filler provides superior insulation and warmth.
- Convertible system: Use the fleece bag, the main bag or use them together for optimal insulation.
- Self-healing nylon zippers with EZ Glider sliders.
- HiVizTM reflective trim for high night visibility.
- Draft tubes minimize heat loss at the zipper.
- Offset quilting to minimize cold spots.
- Camp pillow included.
- Cube stuff sack included.
This sleeping bag pretty much has it all covered. Get it now for $39.99 + $4.99 for shipping, before it sells out or disappears at midnight EST, today, 6/30/12.