A three-season, semi-rectangular-shaped bag that's packed with water-repellent down insulation.
Catch some recharging Zs beneath the stars with the Big Agnes Fish Hawk 30 Degree Down Sleeping Bag. Its semi-rectangular shape offers plenty of room in the feet and shoulders, while its 650-fill DownTex water-repellent down insulation provides stellar warmth and comfort on chilly early-fall evenings and dewy late-spring mornings.
- Three-season down sleeping bag provides warmth down to 30°F (-1°C) and offers exceptional comfort on cool late-spring or early-fall camping trips
- 650-fill DownTek down offers weight-conscious backpackers, thru-hikers, and mountaineers an exceptionally lightweight, packable, and comfortable sleeping bag that doesn't mind wet weather
- DownTek water-repellent down repels water while maintaining its loft and insulation value and provides antimicrobial and antibacterial protection
- Semi-rectangle shape offers more room in the feet and shoulders than a standard mummy bag
- Nylon microfiber ripstop fabric is down proof, lightweight, and highly durable
- Insotect Flow construction features a flow-optimized insulation system that delivers uniform heat distribution and natural body contouring through its unique baffle design
- Hood and no-draft collar seals around the neck and head to keep cold air from seeping in
- No-draft wedge insulates the connection between the bag and pad, while a no-draft zipper tube insulates along the length of the zipper
- Bottom insulation has been eliminated and replaced with a full-sleeve design for your Big Agnes pad (pad not included) to fit into
- Full-sleeve design fully encloses your Big Agnes pad within the sleeve and creates a secure attachment to the bag
- Mate together left-zip and right-zip bags for convenience
- Liner loops create a secure attachment when you use a liner, while a pillow pocket stashes your headlamp or beanie
- Includes mesh storage sack and nylon stuff sack
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Great warm weather bag
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
The big agnes fish hawk 30 is a great summer bag. It packs up very small ( i have a Small compression sack that is rated to 10 litres; this bag easily fits into it) and it relatively light. I love the big agnes integrated sleeping pad system, which is the main reason i bought this bag. However, the bag is way to wide to be thermo dynamically efficient to actually sleep in 30 degrees. I have had 2 really cold nights in this bag, one of which was my fault, because it was 8 degrees outside. But, i spent one night in a cave that was 55 degrees, and was to cold to sleep. So, this bag is a great roomy summer bag, but if your planning to use it when it gets cold, I would go with a warmer choice.
How small can you squeeze this bag down...
How small can you squeeze this bag down in a compression sack, and what size compression sack would you recommend?
The included stuff sack that comes with this bag is 8" x 17.5" and that stuff sack is about 14 liters in size.
Ideal for Hammock Camping
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I started hammock camping this last summer and experienced the usual challenges getting my pad and bag aligned. Once I was inside the bag, it took some intricate contortions to get the pad lined up along the hammock and the bag arranged and closed without tearing out the zipper. The pad was specially designed to work with the hammock (no padding needed - just insulation), but I didn't like it at all.
The Fish Hawk and my twenty-year old Therma-rest turned out to be the perfect combination. The sleeping pad adds just enough "structure" to the bag/pad combo to make it easy to arrange in the hammock, and I was able to roll over without having to rearrange/realign separate components.
The most challenging test came on a rainy Minnesota night in October, when I woke up shortly after going to sleep, drenched in sweat. I thought I was doomed and would have to bail out. I lay there with the bag opened and considered my options, and then I realized it was morning and I had slept through the night. The treated down worked as advertised, and my bag stayed lofty even though my sleeping clothes (wool, fortunately) felt wetted out.
Highly recommended, especially for hammock-camping.
Wonderful Nights Rest!
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I used this bag for a week long trip in the BWCA. This was my first time using the Big Agnes sleep system with the integrated sleeping pad. It is lightweight and very comfy (with no roll offs!). I purchased the long and at 6'1", 215lbs, I had plenty of room.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Purchased myself the Fish Hawk Reg/Left Zip, and my girlfriend got the Pearl Reg/Right Zip so that they could zip together. Had our first opportunity to try out the zipped together bags in the Santa Fe National Forest this summer. The 30 Degree Bags kept us toasty throughout the night in the low 40s. Having the bags zipped together really gives you a good amount of room to move around, though they aren't really tight used solo either. I am 5'10.5" and I find the regular to be just about the right size.
Really love the sleeping pad sleeve; what a great idea... Using the BA Two Track 1.5" pads with both of our bags.
Great Sleeping bag!
I got this sleeping bag for my brother for his birthday and he absolutely loved it! He is 5'11 and I first got him the regular size sleeping bag but when he got in it it was way too short for him and he couldn't even fit in it. I then got the Long sleeping bag and it fits him great. Big Agnes sleeping bags are great if you get claustrophobic like my brother because they are very warm sleeping bags but don't have the mummy fit like the other sleeping bags which gives it more room to move around in. There is also a cool pocket for a sleeping pad to go in so you don't roll off of it at night. This a great sleeping bag for the summer nights and keeps you warm!