Nemo has donated 1,600 sleeping bags to Big City Mountaineers and its partners to get more kids outside.
“Big City Mountaineers and their program partners are leaders in breaking down barriers to outdoor access,” said Mike Welch, VP
of Global Sales for NEMO. “We’ve been donating a portion of our sales over the Labor Day Holiday for the last two years to support their mission to get more kids outside. We are incredibly excited to be able to support them further by providing gear that
will enable adventures and learning outside for a new generation of students,”
The Kyan and women’s-specific Azura sleeping bags feature Nemo’s patent-pending FeatherCore construction using PrimaLoft Silver insulation. The combination creates a light bag providing all the benefits of synthetic insulation with a 40 percent reduction in packed size, making it comparable to down in efficiency. The apparel-like hood and Thermo Gills provide maximum warmth with flexible temperature regulation.
Kyan was rated Best Buy in 2019 and 2020 by the independent Outdoor Gear Lab.