Big Agnes Star Fire UL Sleeping Bag: 30F Down

Big Agnes Star Fire UL Sleeping Bag: 30F Down
Big Agnes Star Fire UL Sleeping Bag: 30F Down
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Star Fire UL Sleeping Bag: 30F Down by Big Agnes
A little over a single pound, the Star Fire UL is officially the lightest, most compressible sleeping bag from Big Agnes. Perfected for long backpacking trips, the bag's 850-fill down insulation has the highest fill rating for lofty compression, and Big Agnes treated it with DownTek for hydrophobic properties that help the down retain its loft in moisture-riddled climates. The Pertex Quantum shell is also water-resistant, and highly windproof to block brisk breezes as you snooze. Oversized draft tubes and collars make sure you don't feel a breeze, and the single-handed hood adjustment helps you hunker down when the winds really howling.

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