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Description

Squared-away warmth.

Weighing in at just over three pounds, the rectangular Big Agnes Storm King sleeping bag provides a lightweight and roomy solution for catching some z's when it's below freezing. Top baffles feature supremely toasty 650-fill goose down, while the insulation-free underside of the bag (where down would get compressed and lose its loft, and therefore its warmth) features a built-in sleeve that accepts a rectangular sleeping pad.
  • Big Agnes Classic Series sleeping bags have no ground insulation and are meant to be used with a 20in (51cm) rectangular sleeping pad for optimum warmth
  • Insotect Flow construction uses vertical chambers with interior gates that control movement of down so as to equalize insulation distribution for uniform warmth throughout the bag
  • Down-proof, microfiber ripstop shell fabric uses a water-resistant surface treatment to keep goose-down insulation dry
  • No-draft zipper tube, collar seals, and wedge between the bag and pad virtually eliminate areas of cold-air leak
  • Interior fabric loops attach to a sleeping bag liner (not included) that provides an additional measure of warmth or moisture-wicking performance
  • Left- and right-zip Big Agnes bags with the same zipper size can be mated to create one large sleeping space for couples
  • Built-in pillow pocket holds your fleece pillow or folded jacket
  • Note: compatible sleeping pad not included

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5 5

Super warm!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Really warm bag. The baffling helps keep my toes warm in a rectangle bag. Compresses nicely and it's not to heavy. Love the pad sleeve.

5 5

Did a fine job!

I used this bag on an elk hunt twice this past week. From very cold temps of 24-36 degrees it kept me very warm and was very comfortable. A tiny bit of condensation got on it at the foot of the bag, but it did not affect the warmth etc.The bag dried very quickly in the morning sun. I was pleased. I am planning on exchanging it for the Blackburn only to save weight and bulk in my pack. My knees are telling me every once counts. There is a half pound difference between the two, but if you are not worried about weight or bulk, this is an awesome 3.5 lb bag

Will it work with the thermarest prolite...

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Will it work with the thermarest prolite pad

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Yes, the big agnes bags will work with any pad that fits the BA pad dimensions.

Overnight bivy 8600 ft.

Overnight bivy 8600 ft.

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My overnight bivy at 8600 ft. on Big Baldy, looking out over Utah Valley

5 5

Warm and light

I've only been able to use this bag once so far. It was high up on a windy ridge, 15f temps, no tent just a nylon tarp pulled over for wind and rain protection. I stayed nice and warm all night. I move around a lot when I sleep so I really like the air pad in the sleeping bag idea that Big Agnes uses. I was very comfortable all night. I'm 6'3" 195 lbs. the XL size fit me great.