Big Agnes Summit Park 15-Degree Sleeping Bags (600 Down Fill)
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- Big Agnes Summit Park 15° Long Left (600 Down fill)
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Top Customer Reviews
Finding a lightweight bag that can fit me has been a huge battle. As many of you big guys can attest, finding hiking equipment is a huge struggle on certain things. This is the bag for you. Before this bag, the best I could do is a very expensive mummy bag that I could hardly squeeze into. Squeezing into a bag tightly means less warming capability, so a more expensive and heavier bag was also needed. The Big Agnes Summit Park is good down to 15 degrees (you can also get an overbag to add 25 degrees to that figure) and the loft of the bag is on the top and on the sides and not on the bottom of the bag. You may think this would mean you will get cold on the back-side, but you would be incorrect... The way insulation works is that you have to keep it lofty, it cannot be compressed and work correctly. This is why keeping sleeping bags in a compression sack is not a good idea. This sleeping back keeps a mat that you tuck into a pocket on the back side. This keeps you warm... and since it is attached to your bag, you dont slide off of it which when you are on a slight incline, this is easy to do whether you are a big guy or a little one. IT also allows you to change your position so you can sleep on your sides without the back making this very difficult for you. I have a huge amount of room in the bag.. it is almost like being in my bed if I set the tent on soft ground.
This bag also has one other great use, which is hammock camping.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
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 20 days ago by Kyle Young
I got this bag for backpacking trips up in the Rocky Mountains and I love it! I sleep on my stomach and have pretty broad shoulders. Read morePublished 20 days ago by ElWicki
I've been a life long athlete, thus I have rather large quads (29.5" each) and shoulder width (62"). Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jon_Boy
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 3 months ago by Larry Hensley
WOW...this is the best sleeping bag ever. I ultralight hike on the AT (east coast) and will gladly take the (slight) extra weight to have this bag. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jerry Davenport
Only bad thing I can say about this bag is that it doesn't come with a compression sack to make it smaller when stuffing it in your backpack. Love it otherwisePublished 8 months ago by D. Sigua
This is an awesome bag just make sure you bring long johns and stocking cap if the temp are below freezing. I have used it several times down to 32 degrees. Read morePublished 9 months ago by John
NIce big, roomy bag. I wear 2xl shirts and I am claustrophobic when it comes to mummy bags. This one kept me warm (when I used an insulated pad)... Read morePublished 10 months ago by J. P.