The Big Agnes Cross Mountain 45 Degree Sleeping Bag is a summer sleeping bag for comfort in the backcountry. The Cross Mountain is packed with Integrity synthetic insulation, ready to perform, even if wet. The shell is a nylon ripstop with water repellent treatment to deter water and the nylon lining on the inside is soft and breathable for a cozy slumber. The rectangular shape means lots of space for rollers with an integrated pad sleeve, so your sleeping pad stays with you throughout the night. The pillow pocket readily accepts Big Agnes pillows, or tuck in your fleece jacket for propping up your head. The bright orange color makes it easily found after a pesky porcupine drags it from your tent. I bet the chances of that happening are super low.
FEATURES of the Big Agnes Cross Mountain 45 Degree Sleeping Bag
Integrated full pad sleeve
Rectangular shaped bag
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
Synthetic Insulation: Integrity - Short Staple synthetic insulation with 97% recycled content
Exterior loops for hang drying or storage
Shoulder Circumference (Long):
Sleeping Bag Lining:
Hip Circumference (Regular):
Shoulder Circumference (Regular):
Foot Circumference (Regular):
Fill Weight (Regular):
Foot Circumference (Long):
Stuff Sack Dimensions:
7.5 x 15 in.
Sleeping Bag Shell:
Max User Height (Long):
6 ft 6 in.
Hip Circumference (Long):
Fill Weight (Long):
Stuff Sack Included, Pillow Pocket, Water Resistant, Zip Together Compatibility
Camping, Car Camping, Backpacking, Mountaineering and Alpine
Exact Temperature Rating:
45 Degrees Fahrenheit
Sleeping Bag Shape:
Max User Height (Regular):
5 ft 10 in.
Bag Weight (Regular):
1 lb,11 oz
Bag Weight (Long):
1 lb,14 oz
40+ Degrees Fahrenheit
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Rated 4 out of
How come Big Agnes was the first to figure out this system?If you haven't already looked at them, Big Agnes is pretty cool. They figured out that the insulation on the bottom of a conventional bag doesn't actually do you much good because you're lying on it and compressing it down. So they yanked it out and replaced it with a big pocket for an inflatable pad, duh! So now what we've got here is an actual system. We bought four of these 45-degree Cross Mountains (we've got two little kids) for undemanding warm summer use, and the pads to go with them, of course. We've been using them for a couple of years and we're really happy with them, and now that we're doing some colder-weather camping (spring and fall in addition to summer) we'll get some lower-rated bags and use them with the pads we already have. I love systems that let you swap pieces around.,,,,One thing: I think the pillow pockets could stand to be a bit bigger, but that's not really much of a thing.,,
Date published: 2014-05-15
Rated 5 out of
Another great Big Agnes sleeping bag!Lightest BA bag I own - just like the Lost Ranger and the Storm King, this bad is roomy and very comfortable. No draft collar or hood here because its summer weight. Very light bag that compresses well. Very pleased with this purchase. Like all BA sleeping bags - you have to have a pad on the underside of the bag. Great for side sleepers, as usual with BA.
Date published: 2015-10-30
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