Livin' large all year long.
- This Big Agnes bag requires a 20-inch-wide sleeping pad (sold separately) for it to be completely insulated, which makes the bag lightweight and more packable
- The tough, outer nylon ripstop shell features a water-repellent treatment to keep the frosty dew out
- Lightweight, synthetic Thermolite Quallofil keeps you cozy as the temps dive and works even if it gets a little damp
- Interior fabric loops to keep your liner in place
- Built-in pillow pocket holds a fleece or pillow for an enhanced night of rest
- Interior fabric loops allow you to add a sleeping bag liner during colder spring and fall nights
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One of our Big Agnes stuff sacks got lost...
One of our Big Agnes stuff sacks got lost on a campout and I wanted to find out if I can purchase a replacement. Are these available?
Garrett here, I suggest hitting up Big Agnes and seeing if they can get you a stuff sack. We sell a variety of stuff sacks but we do not sell the Big Agnes specific ones. I am sure Big Ag will help you out.
Good luck Garrett,
Is the thin bottomside an issue? I realize...
Is the thin bottomside an issue? I realize that you must have a sleeping pad, which I do, but the pad is a 1" Therm-a-rest. Also is the extra weight of this bag worth it?
The thin bottom isn't an issue. By putting your weight on the bottom in a standard bag, and crushing down the loft, you're rendering the insulation ineffective. A trick I've always done in simply placing a cheap space blanket between the bag and pad. It's crunchy sounding, but very effective.
My wife and I are in our mid 50's (I say this because you are probably more suitable to the cold then we are). We took the bag down to 9 degrees and were perfectly comfortable and warm. Pad stayed under us at all times. My wife and I had no problems carrying the weight involved. For a zero degree bag it is indeed heavy, but the quality of the bag is supreme and worth it to us.
I thought that the "Park" series from Big...
I thought that the "Park" series from Big Agnes all used 25" x 78" rectanular pads. The specs above say 20" (bullet point #1)
yes this is a mistake . You are correct park series is for a 25X78 inch pad
Where have you been?
I have been looking for a bag like this for a long time. I just spent two nights in the Colorado mountains and carried the bag over 20 miles. I flop around like a fish when I sleep so the room in this bag was great. Weight was a bit of an issue as well as compressability but again, for the room inside this bag, it was an anticipated trade-off. The pad sleeve is awesome as well as the built in pillow sleeve. Now I wish I could find someone with a Big Agnes pillow in stock.
gave this one a whirl, but only in the store. i put it back when i realized it weighs 6.3 FREAKING LBS! thats freaking heavy even for a zero degree bag!