Big Agnes Summit Park 15-Degree Sleeping Bags(600 Down Fill), Long Left Zipper
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- Down 80% / Feather 20%
- Rectangular shape offers more room in foot box and shoulders // 25" width offers extra girth // Integrated full pad sleeve. Never roll off your pad again
- Nylon stuff sack included // Built in pillow pocket holds a fleece or Big Agnes pillow // Interior fabric loops for sleeping bag liners
- fits up to 6'6" / 198cm // fill weight 1lb 8oz / 690g // bag weight 1lb11oz / 1673g // stuff sack size 9"x20"" / 23x51cm // compressed size 9"x10" / 23x25cm
- 70" YKK #8 zipper. Mate together our left and right zip bags with same size zipper
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|Fabric Type||Down 80% / Feather 20%|
|Fill Material||Goose Down|
|Item Dimensions||13 x 13 x 19 inches|
|Item Display Weight||4.1 pounds|
|Item Weight||1 pound|
Top Customer Reviews
The Summit Park has enough space to sleep on the back or side with plenty of left over room. There is absolutely no restriction while turning. I am 5'11" and the length is comfortable with several inches of free space. I was skeptical with the bottom not having any insulation. I have done several weekend trips with this bag now, with overnight lows in the mid 30s and this bag is very warm thus far. The collar and head cover work very well to retain heat (I have a shaved head) keeping my head warm during the night. The bag packs pretty small with the included stuff sack. Compared to the queen sized wool blanket I generally use for fair weather, this bag is almost half the weight and 55% smaller packed
Other reviewers have commented they have had zipper problems. I haven't had any zipper issues and this is with using a silk liner: Grand Trunk Silk Sleep Sack- Double. I use the liner since I am generally hiking a large portion of the day prior to camping and don't want to get the bag dirty. I just ensure no material or the liner is in the way while pulling the zipper up.Read more ›
At a little over 5 and 1/2 pounds, the sleeping bag and the sleeping pad is on the heavy side for a 45 mile through hike. However, given the quality of sleep I got from the extra room inside my sleeping bag and the 4" lift off the ground, I would gladly carry the sleep system and shave weight elsewhere.
Although its quite a large bag, it packed down into my pack quite nicely.
I would highly recommend this sleeping bag system with to a friend.
- Most comfortable camping experience ever!
- Plenty of space for big guys.
- Plenty warm for late Spring to early Fall.
-15 degrees is likely to be a survival rating not a comfort rating.
- A bit on the heavy side for backpacking.
I loved how my ridge rest pad slid into the pocket and therefore stayed right under me all night. No more sliding off the pad for this fat guy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have only used it a few timed now but, it has keep me extremely hot at around 35 degrees with only lightweight clothes on. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Finally a bag I can roll over in! I have a big chest 54" from years of lifting weights. Sorry to hear it has been discontinued. Not every backpacker is a scrawny pip squeak. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kyle Young
The Bag was a good buy. Comes with the white storage sack, and the blue stuff sack. Will compress even smaller with straps. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Larry Hensley