Big Agnes Anvil Horn Sleeping Bag: 0F Down

Big Agnes Anvil Horn Sleeping Bag: 0F Down
Big Agnes Anvil Horn Sleeping Bag: 0F Down
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Anvil Horn Sleeping Bag: 0F Down by Big Agnes
The Anvil Horn 0 Degree Down Sleeping Bag is your refuge on trips where cold nights bookend days full of exploration. Big Agnes created this bag with its typical integrated Flex Pad Sleeve design, enabling it to shed insulation from the bottom half, ensure you stay put while you sleep, and still keep you toasty. The shell has a DWR treatment that sheds dew and condensation, but since accidents happen its upper half is filled with DownTek, a treated down that won't compress if it gets wet. The wide mummy shape maximizes heat retention while allowing you plenty of space, and the Free Range Footbox and Hood allow you to move at either end to keep you comfortable all night.

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