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Big Agnes
Torchlight 20 FireLine Core Recycled Sleeping Bag - Kids'

1 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $104.96 Original price: $149.95
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Why We Like The Big Agnes Torchlight 20 FireLine Core Recycled Sleeping Bag

The Big Agnes Torchlight 20 FireLine Core Recycled Sleeping Bag stays with our mini-me from their first night under the stars to when they become a camping pro. The lofty fill and mummy shape keep them cozy by holding in warm air and making sure there isn't excess space for cold air to creep in and settle. As our little adventurer gets to be not so little anymore, the side zips and foot-box compression open to increase internal volume and maintain optimal insulation performance.


Details

  • Customizable sleeping bag for growing adventurers
  • Water-repellent finish fends off light precipitation
  • Recycled ripstop for lightweight, eco-friendly durability
  • Hollow-fiber synthetic fill traps heat even when wet
  • Zippered side gussets open to create more space inside
  • Foot box hooks and loops release to increase bag length
  • Cinchable contoured hood for comfortable full-body coverage
  • Bottom half sleeve holds their sleeping pad in place
  • Item #BAGZ2EY
Responsible Collection
Recycled/Repurposed
Material
[face fabric] recycled polyester ripstop, PFC-free DWR treatment, [lining] recycled polyester
Insulation
Fireline Core Eco (synthetic)
Shape
mummy
Zipper
full-length
Max User Height
64in
Shoulder Circumference
62in
Hip Circumference
54in
Foot Circumference
40in
Pockets
none
Pad Retainer
yes, half sleeve (fits any 20in pad)
Degree
20F
Stuff Sack
included, 26L, 9 x 20in
Stuff Size
9 x 11in
Claimed Weight
3lb
Activity
camping
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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1 out of 5 stars

May 21, 2024

Total miss - Classic Overthinking

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I returned this product before using it

Let me start by saying, I generally have liked Big Agnes products in the past. In fact, my daughter uses a prior year Torchlight sleeping bag and likes it very much. I decided to stay within the series and try this one out - and it's an over-designed miss for a kids sleeping bag. My problem is both with the bag AND the marketing description, write up and features. First of all - the bag materials and fill quality feel good. Some extra kid's specific features - not necessary, but fine. The downfall of the bag is that there is zero insulation along the back of the torso of the sleeping bag. Zero. It's two thin layers of poly rip stop. That's it. It's not like they missed the fill in that zone, it's apparently designed that way, due to the fact that it CAN be used with the attached sleeping pad sleeve. It's great to have a sleeping pad sleeve / holder - great feature for a kid to have, but there are situations where the padding and the insulation of the back torso are wanted... for instance, sleeping on a queen mattress and rolling to one's side... So basically, by removing the insulation on the back, they've pigeon-holed a child to only be able to use their sleeping bag, with a perfectly sized sleeping pad (sold also by Big Agnes). It's a single use case scenario... which for a kids sleeping bag is not ideal - whereas it should be more of a universal thing for 99% of the population. My second gripe about this is that nowhere on the backcountry.com site is there anything about the lack of back insulation. There is no mention that a sleeping pad is REQUIRED to be paired with this bag. It's obvious it's an option with the design of the sleeve - but zero mention of the necessity to have on for comfort. I went back and checked extensively. The only place it's even mentioned on the Big Agnes website is in a small icon, buried in the features accordion - not even mentioned as a disclaimer or anything in the main bullet points. I feel that neither backcountry or big agnes did their job to properly communicate and inform parents of the critical details of this sleeping bag - that it is part of a required system... And it's also disappointing that BA didn't just include a few more ounces of fill in the back - it wouldn't have been a deal breaker on weight, packability, or cost. Ultimately, it wouldn't have impacted it's ability to used as a system or as a stand alone piece.

David L