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30 degree 900 fill 19oz sleeping bag - North Face Beeline MAKE A QUILT!
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Drew Jay

Locale: Central Coast
SOLD! on 06/05/2013 01:52:57 MDT Print View

This is a regular length North Face Beeline sleeping bag. I had planned on making it into a quilt for a friend, but it never got completed. It would be a simple matter to convert this to a Zpacks level quilt by splitting the top down the center (there is no zipper to contend with.) Also it has a flat hood so that would be easy to remove as well. The bag does not look to have been used much - perfect shape. It lofts up quickly and there are no smells etc. The tags have been removed and the cordage replaced with a lighter version. It weighs 19.25 ounces on my scale. Stuff sack and storage sack included. $165.00 shipped, paypal preferred. SOLD (on ebay)

[Shell] 100% Nylon HelioLite ripstop; [Lining] nylon taffeta
Insulation: 900-fill power down
Max User Height: 6ft, 183cm
Shoulder/Hip/Foot Circumference: 60/58/38in, 152/147/97cm
Stuff Size: 6 x 11in, 15 x 28cm
Stuff or Storage sack: Yes, both
Degree: 30F, -1C






Edited by drewjh on 06/07/2013 10:55:28 MDT.

Donald Krug

Locale: Northern, Kentucky
belline quilt conversion on 06/05/2013 06:32:34 MDT Print View

I did a Beeline quilt conversion and its been my go-to three-season quilt for several years now. I've had it to 30 degrees numerous times and, with extra clothes, down into the lower 20's. I really like it.

Drew Jay

Locale: Central Coast
... on 06/07/2013 07:43:44 MDT Print View


interest on 07/05/2013 12:50:40 MDT Print View

do you still have it?
could you send me an email to facundo_gallego at cargill dot com