Throw the Big Agnes McKinnis Sleeping Bag Liner in your sleeping bag for an added 10 to 15 degrees of warmth during cold adventures, or use it on a warm summer night by itself for a lightweight alternative to your regular sleep system. Its water-repellent shell and down construction ensure that a little rain won't ruin your sleep, and the lofty 650-fill insulation and quilted patterning traps your body heat for efficient warmth.
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