Big Agnes Big Creek Double Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic

Big Agnes Big Creek Double Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic
Big Agnes Big Creek Double Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic
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Big Creek Double Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic by Big Agnes
Cuddle lovers listen up: Big Agnes created the backcountry sleeping bag to bring you and your special someone even closer after trekking miles into the wilderness. The Big Creek Double Sleeping bag not only eliminates the hassle of zipping two bags together, it also offers Flex Pad Sleeves to secure sleeping pads in place for a backcountry bed that'll have you feeling like you're on a luxurious vacation-in fact, you might even forget you're sleeping on the ground. Big Agnes pulled out all the stops on this bag-an uninsulated bottom cuts weight, draft tube stops cold air before it can even make an attempt to ruin your cozy haven, and it weighs about the same as two individual down bags. Contrary to the popular adage "two is better than one," in this case, one definitely is better than two.

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SKU: BAG00F6
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