Who says camping can't feel like a 5-star hotel' Nay-sayers. With the Camp Robber Down Bedroll from Big Agnes as part of your kit, you'll forget you're even sleeping on the ground. The pad-retainer securely holds two single pads or one double so you won't slide off in the middle of the night and the 650-fill plush comforter zips to the cotton-blend pad cover in case your partner takes more than their fair share of covers in the middle of the night. If you hit the road solo, the comforter zips to itself to create a single, summertime sleeping bag. True to it's name, the Camp Robber Down Bedroll integrates adjustable compression straps and a carry handle to seamlessly move from car to camp, making it even easier to take off on a Friday night and set-up camp after the sun sets. And if you decide the stars are too brilliant to call it a night just yet, unzip the comforter top and use it as a throw to trace falling stars before crawling into your bed-away-from-bed.
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