North Face Sleeping
The Stormbreak tent is now ready to sleep three comfortably. Dependable at the campground or on the trails, this easy-to-pitch tent has two full doors and vestibules that make it easy to share close quarters.
Capable of taking you from random wintry nights at altitude to sub-zero climes, this versatile mummy bag is insulated with 600 fill ProDown that's water-resistant to maintain loft and warmth, even if you're camped amidst serious spring showers.
Efficiently designed for reliable warmth in zero-degree weather, this premier mummy bag delivers comfort at an incredibly low weight. Our 650-fill natural ProDown features a water-resistant finish to absorb less water and dry faster than traditional down.
Ideal for quick adventures in warmer climates, this 35-degree ProDown bag is insulated with 650-fill ProDown , our natural insulation that features a water-resistant finish to absorb less water and dry faster than traditional down.
The perfect bag for summertime overnights in the Rockies, this lightweight, 600 fill ProDown -insulated sleeping bag is highly compressible and features a relaxed shape for the freedom to sleep in any position you prefer.
Efficiently designed for three-season performance, this mummy bag features water-resistant 650 ProDown for reliable warmth in wet conditions and temperatures down to 15F.
Keeping female adventurers warm in temperatures down to 15F, this three-season bag features anti-compression pads to evenly distribute the 650-fill insulation and prevent cold spots.
…durable, ultralight 65-liter pack is equipped with advanced venting so that you can comfortably carry everything you need for multi-day missions. A dedicated sleeping bag compartment with separate entry makes setting up camp a cinch and hydration compatibility keeps you cool throughout your trek.
…1984 a small group of climbers from the world's flattest continent pulled off an audacious ascent of Mount Everest - they put a new route up the north face in lightweight style with no oxygen or sherpa support. Six years later, one of the summiteers, Tim Macartney-Snape decided to return to Everest…