Sunbeam Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Synthetic - Women's by Big Agnes
With the Big Agnes Sunbeam Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Synthetic you can sleep comfortably on your weekend camping or backpacking trips. It is designed to keep you warm through wet conditions thanks to its water resistant face fabric and lofty synthetic insulation. Additionally, the Sunbeam is designed to stretch to accommodate your 20 to 25in sleeping pad to keep your sleeping kit secure throughout the night for added warmth. The bag is designed to keep you comfortable down to 15 degrees Fahrenheit, but for added warmth, interior fabric loops attach a sleeping bag liner if you plan on being in slightly colder temperatures. Aside from warmth, the Sunbeam has additional features for comfort and convenience. For starters, it has an anti-snag zipper for a smooth and quick zip. A Free Range Hood and foot box allow you to lift your head and wiggle your feet respectively. Additionally, a pillow barn keeps your pillow secure throughout the night even when you're tossing and turning and an internal hood drawcord provides you with a secure and comfortable fit when its cinched. Finally, when it's time to move camp, the whole bag compresses down small into a stuff sack for convenient transport.
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