Big Agnes Daisy Mae Sleeping Bag: 15F Down - Women's

Big Agnes Daisy Mae Sleeping Bag: 15F Down - Women's
Big Agnes Daisy Mae Sleeping Bag: 15F Down - Women's
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Daisy Mae Sleeping Bag: 15F Down - Women's by Big Agnes
Whether the chill of fall is in the air or you're adventuring to a higher elevation to escape the heat of summer, the Big Agnes 15 Degree Down Daisy Mae Sleeping Bag is the refuge you'll be happy to crawl into at the end of the day. This bag features DownTek insulation, a treated down that has a high warmth to weight ratio yet resists collapsing when exposed to moisture. The exterior of the bag is constructed with polyester ripstop, which is lightweight yet abrasion resistant, and given a DWR finish to help it deflect moisture like condensation. Big Agnes gave the Daisy Mae its Flex Pad Sleeve, to save you weight by eliminating bottom side insulation while preventing your body heat from transferring to the ground.

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