Big Agnes Slavonia Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Synthetic - Women's

Big Agnes Slavonia Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Synthetic - Women's
Big Agnes Slavonia Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Synthetic - Women's
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Slavonia Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Synthetic - Women's by Big Agnes
Short of pulling an array of Swiss chocolates and a few bottles of Merlot out of your pack, cuddling up in the Big Agnes Slavonia 30-Degree Synthetic Women's Sleeping Bag has to be the best way to relax in camp after a long day on the trail. Offering all the comforts that you expect from Big Agnes, the Slavonia's features include an integrated sleeping pad sleeve that will accept any 20-inch-wide pad, a Free Range hood that allows your noggin to move about even when the bag's zipped up, and a vaulted foot box to give your toes some extra wiggle room throughout the night. In addition to all that sweetness, the Slavonia is packed full of durable and cozy 100% recycled synthetic insulation, which will keep you warm in temperatures down to thirty degrees and has a contoured shape that makes the sleeping bag's baffles drape around your body for better thermal efficiency and fewer cold spots.

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SKU: BAG00AC
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