WTS:USGI Modular Sleep System "MSS" Used Good Condition
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WTS:USGI Modular Sleep System "MSS" Used Good Condition

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Old 02-22-2010, 05:25 PM   #1
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USGI Modular Sleep System "MSS" USED Good Condition
Original US ECWS modular sleep system, this truly is the warmest sleeping bag, down to -30 degrees, when all pieces are used together. Sleep system includes a camo waterproof/breathable bivy, black patrol sleeping bag, and an olive intermediate sleeping bag that all packs in the compression sack. Each piece can be used individually or together to create the desired level of warmth. 84x32" tappered with boxed foot that will accommodate boots! The only sleep system you need to own, it is three bags in one. The MSS Is used and in Good Condition.

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