Dream Island Double Sleeping Bag: 15F Synthetic by Big Agnes
Like bringing your own bed with you into the great outdoors, the Dream Island Double Sleeping Bag is the roomiest double-wide bag available from Big Agnes, offering enough space for couples on the taller side to stretch out without anyone taking up more than their side of the bed. This freedom to move is further opened up by the stretch side panels that accommodate sleeping pads of varying sizes. The nylon taffeta construction with a DWR finish helps shed condensation that might build up in the tent, and toasty FireLine Max insulation gives this bag a level of comfort that rivals your favorite comforter at home. A snap closure between hoods keeps warm air from escaping or cold air from intruding when you shift sleeping positions, or when reaching over to grab your headlamp. On each side of the snap enclosure, a cinch hood draws the Pillow Barn in to further prevent unwelcome cold air while simultaneously keeping your pillow firmly in place for a perfect night's sleep. And oh, how you'll get the perfect night's sleep. The warm cotton liner helps keep things even cozier in the cold, and when things warm up, just unzip the top layer to create a comforter that you can take out of the tent for watching shooting stars on late summer nights.
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