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The North Face Dolomite 20 Degree Sleeping Bag

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The North Face Dolomite 20 Degree Sleeping Bag

Soon to be your preferred car-camping sleep system and your favorite snuggie blanket at home, The North Face Dolomite 20 Degree Sleeping Bag offers the perfect combo of warmth and roomy comfort. Its semi-rectangular shape gives you room to move while zipped in and makes it easy to unzip and share with a friend. Heatshield Optimal Technology synthetic insulation is layered inside using overlapping shingle construction to eliminate cold spots and silky polyester Enduralite fabric inside and out is moisture-wicking and breathable to keep you dry and comfy throughout the night. Tuck your phone or wrist watch in the outside zippered chest pocket, cinch the hood closed and settle in for a rejuvenating rest in this North Face rectangular sleeping bag.

  • Temp rating: 20 degrees F, -7 degrees C
  • Insulation: Heatshield Optimal Technology™ (H.O.T. ™ SL) synthetic insulation
  • Shell and lining fabric: 100% polyester Enduralite; silky taffeta fabric
  • Shape: semi-rectangular
  • Overlapping shingle construction
  • Easy-grab zipper pull tabs
  • Adjustable drawcord top opening
  • Lined zipper column
  • External zippered chest pocket
  • Full-length draft tube
  • Hood and chest adjustable drawcord
  • Stuff sack size: 8 in x 17 in, 20 cm x 43 cm
  • Shoulder girth: 65 in, 165 cm (Regular); 65 in, 165 cm (Long)
  • Max user height: 6 ft, 183 cm (Regular); 6 ft 6 in, 198 cm (Long)
  • Hip girth: 65 in, 165 cm (Regular); 65 in, 165 cm (Long)
  • Foot width: 65 in, 165 cm (Regular); 65 in, 165 cm (Long)
  • Fill weight: 2 lb 3 oz, 980 g (Regular); 2 lb 6 oz, 1065 g (Long)
  • Weight: 3 lb 10 oz, 1640 g (Regular); 3 lb 14 oz, 1770 g (Long)

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Reviews

5 Stars SpoonsterIT - August 14 2011

Great Sleeping bag
We gave up our usual queen size air mattress and bought this sleeping bag for a recent camping trip to the Catskills. It was so wonderful that after the first night, we decided never again to use the air mattress. This is a great sleeping bag for car camping. The warmth, padding and roominess combines for a great night's sleep.



5 Stars granville5 - May 22 2011

Great Bag
I bought this bag for my 12 year old son to take to summer camp. He loves it. It is well made, zips easily and he loves the color. I'm sure he will get many years of use out of this sleeping bag.



5 Stars ToastyMo - April 21 2011

Excellent bag
I like that you can zip two together (be sure you get one right handed zipper and one left handed zipper if you want to do this). The bag is durable. It weighs a little more than most backpackers are used to but the extra room (square-foot style) and affordability off sets that. Contrary to other reviews I've read, I had no trouble getting the sleeping bag into its stuff sack. The color is great (taupe).



5 Stars OriskanyCVA34 - December 5 2010

Happy Granddaughter!
I have not personally slept in this sleeping bag, it was purchased for my granddaughter on her tenth birthday. My review of this sleeping bag is based solely on my observations and feedback from her and my son. This bag is somewhat large for her, but I felt it would provide some growing room. The materials and construction of this bag are high quality. It's used primarily for car camping (tent) in Northern Arizona where the night temps will be in the 50 - 30 degree range. My granddaughter has never complained of being cold or uncomfortable in this bag, she always looks "as snug as a bug in a rug" when using this bag...it's hard to get her out of it in the morning. We have not encountered any problems using the stuff sack as others have indicated.



5 Stars Russell - May 15 2010

great sleeping bag
For me (5'9") this bag is very comfortable. I haven't tried using it in the 20's yet, but it definitely seems like a quality sleeping bag. The stuff-sack is definitely too small, though. I ended up buying a $20 compression sack to use instead, which has been great since you can just stuff the sleeping bag in and then cinch it down.



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