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Traditional sleeping bags for campervans

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Enjoy a warm night's sleep with deluxe sleeping bags

The luxurious new Constellation range of Outwell sleeping bags offers unrivalled levels of comfort in an attractive eye-catching package that will grace any motorhome or tent These single and double sleeping bags from the award-winning innovative family camping brand have a chic blue super-soft touch polynylon shell that works perfectly in conjunction with the brushed cotton lining and quality Isofill insulation to deliver a snug bed that will appeal even to the most discerning camper.

These features alone create the perfect place to snuggle into for a great night’s sleep. But to help maintain the ideal temperature and for easy access the Constellation range also has a two-way L-shape zip with auto lock which also facilitates the connection of two single bags to create a double. The provision of a zip-off hood ensures easy conversion to a duvet for versatile use (pictures right).

Extra insulation and comfort are provided by a full length baffle. Such quality build provides excellent Tcomfort ratings that make a Constellation sleeping bag an ideal choice for campers who demand the best for late-spring to autumn use.
The flagship sleeping bags also feature corner inner attachment points to hold an optional Outwell inner bag securely in place. These are considered by many campers a necessity in order to keep a sleeping bag clean and add extra insulation when needed.

The Constellation and Constellation Double sleeping bags are supplied in a square pack sack for easy transportation and convenient storage.

Kids enjoying a Constellation Double sleeping bagConstellation Specifications
Minimum temperature in comfort: -2C
Open size Constellation: 230 x 90cm (LxW); Constellation Double 230 x 160cm
Body length: 200cm
Shell: Polynylon (85% polyester / 15% nylon)
Filling: Constellation 1,552g Isofill premium; Constellation Double 2,700g Isofill premium – single layer
Lining 200TC soft finish cotton
Weight: Constellation ≈3,000g; Constellation Double ≈5,100g
Pack size: Constellation 48 x 46 x 27cm; Constellation Double 52 x 52 x 30cm

The RRP of the Constellation is £99.99 and the Constellation Double is £159.99. For further information and to find your nearest dealer visit outwell.com.




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