Big Agnes Daisy Mae Sleeping Bag: 0F Down - Women's

Big Agnes Daisy Mae Sleeping Bag: 0F Down - Women's
Big Agnes Daisy Mae Sleeping Bag: 0F Down - Women's
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Daisy Mae Sleeping Bag: 0F Down - Women's by Big Agnes
The Big Agnes Daisy Mae 0 Degree Down Sleeping Bag offers warmth and roomy space to keep you comfortable on your backpacking trip while being highly compressible so as not to take up too much room in your pack. Its face fabric and warm down insulation are both water-resistant for wet conditions while the streamlined silhouette provides thermal efficiency for a comfortable night's sleep. A Pillow Barn prevents your pillow from slipping around while you sleep, or, if you're really pressed for space, you can load all your extra layers in instead of bringing along a bulky pillow.

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