Hog Park Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Synthetic by Big Agnes
Big Agnes shaped the Hog Park Sleeping Bag a little wider for campers who want a more room to toss and turn throughout the night. Thermolite Extra insulates this bag to keep you warm from spring to fall, and it stays warm even if it gets wet, which would be hard considering Big Agnes treated the bag's shell with a water-resistant treatment. The cotton polyester lining feels as soft as your bed sheet back home. Like most Big Agnes bags, the Hog Park's un-insulated bottom has a sleeve designed for 25-inch wide sleeping pads. Its Free Range hood moves with you and un-cinches for warmer evenings, and the Pillow Barn secures your soft pillow through the night. There are draft tubes around the collar and down the full-length zipper, and the hand pockets double as a wraparound comforter in case you get too cold.
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Big Agnes Hog Park Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Synthetic
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