Big Agnes Farwell Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Synthetic

Big Agnes Farwell Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Synthetic
Big Agnes Farwell Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Synthetic
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Farwell Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Synthetic by Big Agnes
The Big Agnes Farwell Sleeping Bag is a great option for the outdoor-nut who loves the warmth of a down bag, but also wants the practicality of a synthetic sleeping bag. Rated to 0 degrees, the Farwell is warm, but it also offers more width than a traditional mummy bag, yielding more room to stretch those muscles after a long day at the crag, on the river, or just sitting at camp grilling down. Built for comfort, the free range hood and vaulted foot box allow for plenty of wiggle space for both your noggin and tootsies, and they mate together for easy bag-combining, so you and your climbing partner can cuddle if it gets extra cold. But a sleeping bag is only as good as the insulating pad underneath it, so to combat midnight rollovers and end the days of tent cross-body, Big Agnes designed the Farwell to be compatible with its full-length sleeping pad sleeve, which keeps the bag locked to the underlying pad, so you'll never wake up cold and confused again.

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SKU: BAG00AB
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