Cocoon Insect Shield Safari CoolMax Rectangular Bag

Priced: $45.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
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Cocoon Insect Shield Safari CoolMax Rectangular Bag -
Slip into the Cocoon Insect Shield® Safari CoolMax Rectangular Bag any time you want extra protection from mosquitoes, ticks, flies or any other bug. It's a perfect addition to your list, whether you're traveling to Alaska or Africa. Great for summer camp, too.

Fabric:

  • Tightly bonded to the fabric so it's near your skin, not ON your skin.
  • Double stitched with reinforced gussets.
  • Built-in insect protection with Insect Shield® protection - invisible, odorless, does not change the feel of the fabric.

Weather and Wind:

  • Long-lasting - gear treatment lasts through 6 months of constant exposure to sun and rain.

Features:

  • Protects against mosquitoes, ticks, ants, flies, fleas, chiggers and no-see-ums.
  • Weight 10.8 oz.
  • Adds up to 8.4°F to your sleeping system.
  • Use in your hammock, lakeside or on the beach during the day.
  • Slip over your TravelSheet or sleeping bag at night.
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Size:86"x35".

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Cocoon Insect Shield Safari CoolMax Rectangular Bag Review:

Reviews:

Functional and Comfortable

Great product! We took it backpacking in Peru and were able to use it both as a sleeping bag liner when we were camping and as a travel sheet in a hostel. It seemed to protect us well from bites from what I could tell. It provided extra warmth and helped to keep our sleeping bags clean from our not-so-clean bodies after a full day of hiking and only being able to wipe down before sleeping. It also helped us sleep more comfortably when sleeping in a hostel that had questionable bedding. It was not as compact as my silk mummy liner but it is more versatile and less constricting due to the rectangular shape. I have a semi-rectangular sleeping bag so it fit fine in it. And the pillow slot is actually pretty cool, too.
HuGz at Campmor on 04/04/2013