Camping's more fun with a (special) friend.
Grab your honey and head for the woods. The double-wide Big Agnes Big Creek 30 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag takes care the two of you from spring to fall. It eliminates the need to zip two bags together, so there will be nothing between you and your cuddle bug.
Slip either two sleeping pads or one double-wide pad into the stretchy pad sleeve, and you practically have your own bed in the backcountry. Synthetic insulation and DWR-treated fabric repel water when a rainstorm strikes your love nest. A zipper on each side of the bag makes escape easy for either of you, and the built-in pillow pocket lets you stuff a fleece in there in case one of you forget your pillow.
- Double-wide bag for camping with your significant other
- SL90 insulation is loftier and softer than other synthetics
- DWR-coated fabric repels light precipitation and spills
- Draft collar, wedge, and zipper tube seal in warmth
- Built-in pillow pockets keep camp pillows in place
- Interior fabric loops for sleeping bag liners
- Big Agnes products are designed in and inspired by Steamboat, Colorado
- Item #BAG00AH
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Double sleeping bag systems always seemed like a great idea, but my husband and I have been so stuck in our ways with two bags that zip together and a layers of pads (to prevent the inevitable crevasse and cold spots), that I never thought we'd convert. Well, after just one night summer camping in the Uintas, we're into to. In his words "this system is money".
Couple of features I really dig about the pad system, it fits two 20" wide pads (so we could use what we have), there's main sleeve and then two individual sleeve straps to keep the pads in their place and from over lapping in the night. There's also a corner strap to keep the pad within the sleeve and from working it's way out in the night. There's a little more play on the length but 72" seemed just right. Along the sides of the pad sleeve, there's a more stretchy gusset of fabric to accommodate a thicker pad as well. We were using a rectangular Therm-a-rest NeoAir Allseason and an Exped Syn Mat. Basically felt like we were at home on a mattress. There's no insulation on the back of the bag, so you'll want a warm pad (high R value or insulation) to keep you warm.
The bag is rated to 30 degrees, filled with synthetic which is ideal for inevitable summer rain storms, damp days and easy care. We were toasty well into the low 40s. Each person has their own pillow pocket within the bag and hood for added warm. Zipper on either side, draw cord around the neck. Seriously, we're stoked on this bag.
Also, is this a multi-piece sleeping bag? Is everything stay together or get all twisted while sleeping?
Would I be able to fit my Exped MegaMat Duo 10 Sleeping Pad into the sleeping bag's sleeve?