Filson x Feathered Friends Sleeping Bag

Sep 12, 2016

Category: Gear

Anyone who knows the outdoors knows that if it’s Filson-made then you can bet on quality. So when we came across this sleeping bag Filson put together in conjunction with Seattle-based Feathered Friends we already knew this was going to be a good match.

With an outer shell of Filson’s Dry Finish Cover Cloth and a snap-in liner that’s both removable and made with 8oz Alaskan Guide cotton flannel, this sleeping bag is built for the toughest of climates. It boasts an interior nylon taffeta lining and an attached Condor hood that zippers to the bag for complete coverage in the wilderness from head to toe. And since two iconic American brands put this whole package together, each sleeping bag is made right here in the USA. Take it on a weekend camping trip during any one of the chillier seasons. Filson and Feathered Friends have you covered. Available now for $855. [Purchase]

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