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Special Offer on The Sleeping Bag


Snugak’s The Sleeping Bag (£30) is an ideal introduction to the Snupak range of sleeping bags. These chunky, warm and comfortable bags are made to exacting standards and feature traditional cotton linings.


 Ideal for family camping the bag weighs in at 1700g and has a comfort temperature rating of -2°C making it suitable for 3 season use. For a limited period The Sleeping Bag is offered with a Free Pillow, to add to a comfortable night’s sleep.
The Sleeping Bag and pillow offer is currently featured in the window displays in our Peebles shop and will be on view until the 27th November. It will continue to be available in store afterwards while stocks last

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