Western Mountaineering Puma Gore WS

 

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The Puma is the ideal bag for those that get cold easily. Well suited to high altitude trekking on Mera Peak and Island peak. It is also at home on 7-8000m peaks such as Everest or Denali if you are a 'warmer' person.

The bag is full of the finest 850+ fill power down and is covered with Gore Windstopper fabric which makes the bag windproof, breathable and near totally waterproof.

  • Sizes for the 6'0 version
  • Rating: -32°C
  • Loft (cm): 23
  • Inside Girth - shldr/hip/foot (cm):163/140/99
  • Fill Weight: 1050g
  • Total weight: 1670g
  • Stuff Size (cm): 25 x 50

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