FEATURES of the Big Agnes Cross Mountain 45 Degree Sleeping Bag
Integrated full pad sleeve
Rectangular shaped bag
70" / 178 cm YKK #8 zipper
Mate together left and right zip bags
Mesh storage sack and nylon stuff sack
No-draft collar, No-draft wedge, No-draft zipper
Exterior loops for hang drying or storage
Sleeping Bag Insulation:
Rated 2 out of
July and August BagI nicknamed this bag the "freezer bag" I used it with the uninsulated Big Agnes pad and froze my ass off in 50 degree weather. Unless you're using the q-core pad, this bag is only suited for hiking Appalachian Trail south of he Mason Dixon Line in June through Mid September, or in tropical climates.,,,,That said, it is light weight and packs down into a very small package. Generally speaking the Big Agnes sleep system concept is great, and this bag is very comfortable as long as the weather is warm and humid.
Date published: 2013-10-11
Rated 4 out of
Great Summer Bag, Fair 3 Season BagUsed this bag many times paired with a BA Insulated AC. Comfort range for me is >50 (w/ a decent base layer), but have camped out down to 41 with a midweight base layer and bag liner.,,,,The area of primary concern was in the foot box area. I consider myself a mildly cold sleeper, but would probably rate this bag no colder than 50 degrees.,,,,Before making this purchase I was looking at the Therm-A-Rest Tech Blanket, but believe this was a better purchase. Very spacious, relatively light, and packs small.
Date published: 2012-03-20
Rated 5 out of
Roomy and super light!This sleeping bag is super roomy. Great for those of us who toss and turn! It also is very light and packs down to practically nothing. It is my go to bag from March to October.
Date published: 2011-03-29
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