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Down that's afraid of water.

The Big Agnes Women's Roxy Ann 15 Sleeping Bag mixes lightweight loft with weather protective capability for camping or backpacking in nasty conditions. DownTek treats the lofty down insulation with water-resistant protection to retain its loft and warmth in rainy weather and moisture-riddled environments. Insotect Flow Construction optimizes insulation by strategically placing vertical chambers with Flow Gates to minimize shifting and to ensure warmth where you need it most.

For a roomy, rectangular-shaped bag, the Roxy Ann is surprisingly light and compressible for backpacking trips. Big Agnes also equipped this bag with a draft tube around the hood and a full-length zipper to keep brisk air at bay. Internal loops let you attach separate liners for extra comfort, and there are pockets for pillows and car keys. Since Big Agnes doesn't insulate the bottom of bags, be sure to pair this sleeping bag with a 20in sleeping pad.

  • 15F temperature rating
  • DownTek water-repellent down insulation
  • Insotect Flow Construction
  • Rectangular shape
  • Draft tube around hood and collar
  • Full-length zipper
  • Pad sleeve and pillow pocket
  • External stash pocket
  • Internal fabric loops
  • To reduce weight, Big Agnes sleeping bags have no insulation at bottom

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4 5

Won me over

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I wasn't sure what to make of the Big Agnes sleep system, but the Roxy Ann won me over. It had much more shoulder room than the Marmot women-specific bag I tried. I can turn on my side in it, and still feel gently cocooned. The Big Agnes system puts no down underneath where you'll be slipping your sleeping pad in. It sounded like trouble to me, but I've decided it's pretty clever. I bought the Big Agnes Insulated -Core, and the system is perfect for me. I sleep better in this setup than on my beloved carcamping Thermarest, simply because you can't slide off of a sleeping pad that is in a sleeve in your bag. The higher "rails" on the Q-Core also form a comforting cradle, making the whole setup more comfortable than I could ever imagine a backpacking sleep set up to be.