Whether you're road tripping down south to the desert at the first sign of spring or skinning out for weekend yurt adventure in late February, the Big Agnes Beryl SL 0 Degree Down Sleeping Bag is your ideal companion thanks to its versatility. A resilient nylon ripstop shell with water-repellent finish withstands heavy use in the outdoors and sheds moisture when caught in passing drizzles, while 650-fill DownTek insulation envelops you in cozy warmth for nights spent in temps that descend towards single digits. And unlike normal down, DownTek is also water-resistant, so it still maintains its insulating properties to ensure a warm night's sleep in wet conditions. But where this bag's innovation really shines is its integrated bag and pad system. The Beryl includes a patent-pending REM Pad Sleeve, where a detachable pad sleeve which secures your sleeping pad to the bag also doubles as the sleeping bag's storage sack. This conveniently both saves you space in your pack and ensures you don't roll off your pad in the middle of the night. Meanwhile, the contoured hood baffles cradle your head for a cozy, comfortable fit, and vertically-structured side walls integrate contoured flow baffles to trap heat closer to your body. And worry not about your feet feeling claustrophobic and constricted, for the vaulted footbox creates additional wiggle room for those who kick in their sleep.
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Big Agnes Beryl SL Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Down
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