BIG AGNES Cross Mountain 45° Sleeping Bag, Regular

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BIG AGNES Cross Mountain 45° Sleeping Bag, Regular
 
3.0

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2.0

Not for serious backpacking, IMO

By Trillium AT 2014

from Elkins Park, PA

About Me Avid Adventurer

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Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Packs Small
  • Roomy

Cons

  • Cheap construction
  • Inaccurate Temp Rating

Best Uses

  • Car Camping

Comments about BIG AGNES Cross Mountain 45° Sleeping Bag, Regular:

I was looking to reduce my pack weight during a 2014 AT thru-hike. I thought I could drop my nearly 3 lb winter weight bag for a summer bag, even just for a few months. At first, I was thrilled with the great packability and light weight of this bag. But, I seriously froze my tush off every night, in 50-70 degrees (early June through late July)! I would wake in the wee hours and wrap whatever I had handy around my body to stay warm, and shiver my way to morning. This thing does NOT rate to 45 degrees. Additionally, I was annoyed to find that the material is so lightweight (um, cheap) that the seams were coming apart after only a month of use, and the velcro on the "pillow" pocket was creating pulls and holes in the bag fabric. BTW, the pillow pocket is useless, because it's so slippery. And on warm nights your face just sticks annoyingly to the fabric. Yuck, all around, a bad buy. I switched back to my winter weight bag in August and for comfort & durability vs weight, I did not regret it.

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4.0

A very good 55-60F Bag

By 308Prepper

from USA

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Lightweight
  • Packs Small

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      Comments about BIG AGNES Cross Mountain 45° Sleeping Bag, Regular:

      Have used this bag down to the mid 50's. Not toasty warm, but fine. Add a layer of thin thermals and you're good too go. Very very light weight...

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