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Wenzel Santa Fe Mummy 20-degree Sleeping Bag #49241


Wenzel Santa Fe Mummy 20-degree Sleeping Bag #49241

Wenzel Santa Fe Mummy 20-degree Sleeping Bag #49241

Manufacturer: Wenzel
Part Number: 49241
SKU: WNZ-49241

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Santa Fe Mummy Sleeping Bag
Model #: 49241
20°F Temperature Rating

FEATURES
  • Velcro tab with embroidered logo secures zipper
  • Drawstring hood
  • Offset quilt construction
  • Filled with non-allergenic Omega II™ polyester
  • Full length 3" draft tube and 5" shoulder collar
  • Self-repairing 2-way zipper with anti-snag tape


Spcifications
Size: 33" x 84"
Fill: Omega II™
Fill Weight: 40 oz.
Outer: Polyester
Liner: Soft polyester pongee
Storage: Oxford stuff sack

Features & Benefits of Wenzel Sleeping Bags

Wenzel offers a wide variety of sizes, shapes, temperature ratings, and fabrics to ensure a good night sleep. See below for how to select a sleeping bag:

Temperature rating:
  • The bag you select should be rated to the coldest nighttime temperature you expect to encounter, and consider exceeding that number for a little security. Keep in mind that temperature ratings are for comparison only from one bag to another. One's comfort and protection from weather is affected by season of use and land elevation. Temperature ratings are given as guidelines only, not a guarantee. The final warmth factor is dependent upon one's body metabolism, health, emotional state, as well as ground temperature, wind, humidity, shelter, and altitude. When in doubt, purchase a bag with more warmth than you think you will need, you can always unzip the bag for ventilation.
  • Consider putting a camp pad or mat beneath your bag, it not only adds cushion but more importantly, the pad insulates your body from the cold surfaces beneath you. The sleeping bag traps the air warmed by your body, and the pad buffers you from the cold ground.
  • Clothing worn when sleeping needs to be dry and clean, any moisture in your clothing can keep your body colder while sleeping so it is always a good idea to change into a new set of clothes before going to bed.
  • If your bag has a hood, cinch up the hood for additional warmth while sleeping.


Bag Shape
Comfort is the primary importance when selecting a sleeping bag and the shape of the bag affect the comfort level. Comfort needs to be looked at in respect of not only the roominess in a bag but the thermal efficiency.
  • Rectangular shape bag offers bed-like roominess and can be unzipped and used as a comforter, excellent for family camping use and RV?s. Rectangular bag come in different sizes including youth, adult, and oversize.
  • Mummy shape is the most thermally efficient and fits the body contours starting at the head and down to the feet. This shape allows the least amount of bag for the most amount of warmth. This shape features comp actability, carrying ease, three or four season use, and the optimum weight to warmth ratio.


Fabrics
Wenzel offers a wide variety of outer and liner materials and usually a personal choice. While polyester outers are lightweight and more compactable, poly/cotton and cotton duck outers are more rugged where weight is not a concern. Liner fabrics range from lightweight and compactable polyesters to cotton flannels for a softer and warmer feel. Insulation provides the barrier to trap your body heat and Wenzel?s fiberfill?s are non-allergenic, provides some insulation value when wet and dries quickly.

Care Instruction
  • Washing - machine wash cold using mild detergent in a front loading commercial washer. Top load agitator washing machines can damage a sleeping bag.
  • Drying - Use a commercial dryer on low setting or air dry.
  • Do Not Dry Clean - drying cleaning can damage your sleeping bag.
  • Storing - when storing your bag for extended periods of time, do not leave it compressed in stuff sack. Instead place the bag in a larger storage bag, lie loosely on a shelf, or hang your bag in a closet.
  • Stuffing Your Sleeping Bag - the best way to stuff your sleeping bag is to grab the top of the stuff sack with one hand, place the bottom of the stuff sack between your feet. Grab the foot of the sleeping bag with your extra hand and stuff it into the bottom of the sack. Grab the next section higher up and continue to stuff until the bag is all the way in.
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Celebrating 120 years of bringing families together and creating lasting memories, Wenzel creates the modern tools that families require to escape, recharge and reconnect in the outdoors. At the core of these experiences is ease and comfort. Wenzel knows that camping is not about the camp, it's about where the camp lets you be. Wenzel's mission is to help more families experience the Beautiful outdoors.







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