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Your Chance to Win a Mont Brindabella XT Sleeping Bag

February 16, 2021 1 Comment

Sign up to the Mont Newsletter for your chance to Win a Mont Brindabella XT 700 Down Sleeping Bag

Sign up to the Mont Newsletter for your chance to win a Mont Brindabella 700 XT Down Sleeping Bag

The 'Brindy 700', as it is affectionately known among Mont staff, is the latest in a long line of Mont Brindabella Sleeping Bags, perfect for multi-day trips in four-season conditions.

A standout feature is the Hydronaute XT shell, a laminated fabric providing exceptional protection from moisture both inside and out. With a waterhead of 20,000mm and a breathability rating of 20,000g/m2/24hours, Hydronaute XT keeps your sleeping bag drier and warmer for longer in damp conditions; very important on multi-day walks where you can't always air your bag out.

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Alfie Carslake
Alfie Carslake

February 17, 2021

I would LOVE this sleeping bag, I’m currently living in Germany and would ship it to me here. Would be perfect for 4 season camping here and would love to rep the Aussie gear over in Europe!

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