Cat walk


Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Cat walk
Manufacturer The North Face
Page By Prisca
Page Type Apr 8, 2005 / Apr 8, 2005
Object ID 1313
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Cat Walk - Long - Before creating the Cat Walk, the designers at The North Face reviewed the data of over 10,000 female subjects in order to develop a sleeping bag that accommodates your shoulders, hips and torso length while minimizing heat loss. The Cat Walk features an overlapping shingle construction to evenly distribute insulation while eliminating cold spots. An insulated chest-level heat trap baffle and forehead comfort tube reduces the heat lost through the head opening. The outer FirestormTM shell has a lightweight, wind- and water-resistant design that holds up well against abrasion. The fill is made of Polarguard® Delta, a new material with the same thermal performance of Polarguard® 3D but with 10% better loft and 12% less weight. The Cat Walk is an excellent three-season bag for women who enjoy climbing, hiking and trekking. Features: *Sized and shaped for women *Polarguard® Delta fill *Wind and water resistant *FirestormTM iridescent cross-dye shell fabric *Overlapping shingle construction *Pertex® SilkenTM lining *BottomLine Taffeta bottom shell for abrasion resistance *Insulated chest-level heat trap baffle *Forehead comfort tube *Oversized top draft tube Redesigned *pillow pocket *Pack cloth lined zipper columns *prevent zipper snags *Easy grab zipper pull-tabs *Head level watch pocket for wristwatch alarms *One handed color-coded pull cords *Nylon mesh storage bag *Shoulder circumference: 56 in. (142 cm.) *Hip circumference: 60 in. (152 cm.) *Foot circumference: 38 in. (97 cm.) *Rated to 20 degrees F. (-7 C) *Max user height: 6 ft. (183 cm.) *Weight: 2 lbs. 14 oz.


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Prisca - Jun 17, 2005 12:22 pm - Voted 5/5

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Me and my sister bought this sleeping bag one year ago. We already had about half a dozen of different sleeping bags. This sleeping bag gain our trust within a couple of expeditions. It's light and warm, excellent for spring and fall. In the summer if the temperature is too high we usually use it as a pillow. I use it all summer long, it's perfect for colder windy night close to summit. The sleeping bag didn't loose any of it's loft so far and I've been using it regularly for the past year.

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