Big Agnes Lost Dog Sleeping Bag: 15F Synthetic

Big Agnes Lost Dog Sleeping Bag: 15F Synthetic
Big Agnes Lost Dog Sleeping Bag: 15F Synthetic
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Lost Dog Sleeping Bag: 15F Synthetic by Big Agnes
Instead of packing up the camp gear when the temps drop, add the 15-degree Lost Dog Sleeping Bag to your kit for warmth on winter nights. Whether you're hiking into a snow-capped cirque or skinning to a backcountry yurt the Lost Dog won't weigh you down while keeping you warm. Between the pillow barn and the low-profile cordlock hood you'll stay cozy and comfortable while the no-draft collar keeps that pesky cold air from creeping inside. And the inside is lined with soft polyester to maintain the hydrophobic nature of the bag while also feeling soft against your skin.

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SKU: BAG00F1
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