Big Agnes Pin Ears SL Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Down

Big Agnes Pin Ears SL Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Down
Big Agnes Pin Ears SL Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Down
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Pin Ears SL Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Down by Big Agnes
The Big Agnes Pin Ears SL 20 Degree Sleeping Bag is optimized for ultra-light backpackers looking to ditch weight without sacrificing warmth. It's rated to 20F, giving you versatility for three-season outings and milder winter conditions. The bag's minimalist design saves weight by replacing the zipper with a hook-and-clip system that's both intuitive and silent to operate. An oversized anti-draft collar wraps around the entire body to create a 3D barrier against cold spots. It's stuffed with DownTek 650-fill insulation, which maximizes lofting power while improving compression for compact carrying in your pack. To handle wet conditions, the down insulation features a hydrophobic treatment that repels outside moisture from compromising its heat-trapping loft. For even greater warmth, vertically structured sidewalls with diagonal baffles wrap around your body, much like a cozy cocoon. Another nifty design feature is the half-pad sleeve, which keeps you secure while allowing your feet to freely move.

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