Big Agnes Blue Lake Sleeping Bag: 25F Synthetic - Women's

Big Agnes Blue Lake Sleeping Bag: 25F Synthetic - Women's
Big Agnes Blue Lake Sleeping Bag: 25F Synthetic - Women's
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Blue Lake Sleeping Bag: 25F Synthetic - Women's by Big Agnes
When those early winter weekends call to you, add the 25-degree Blue Lake sleeping bag from Big Agnes to your pack. Weighing in under 3lb, this sleeping bag sheds grams--not to mention saves space--so you can throw in an extra liter of water or a thermal liner for cooler temps. If temperatures do fall and inclement weather insues, hydrophobic synthetic fibers help keep you warm if your tent leaks or you wake up snuggling the condensation-laiden sidewall of your tent. You can also leave the tent at home to enjoy uninterrupted nighttime views while abrasion resistant material protects the bag from tears on twigs or rocks.

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SKU: BAG00FK
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