BIG AGNES Yampa 45° Sleeping Bag, RegularNow featuring vertical baffles for more efficient warmth and natural body contouring, the roomy and supercomfortable 45° Yampa from Big Agnes is a 650-fill goose down bag with modest packed size and weight.
- High-quality, durable 650-fill goose down insulation for lightweight, compressible warmth
- Flow Construction: revolutionary vertical baffle design for more rapid and uniform heat distribution and natural body contouring
- Downproof nylon microfiber ripstop shell fabric with water-resistant surface finish to repel moisture
- Soft, breathable downproof nylon lining with stain-resistant finish; built-in pillow pocket holds a fleece or camp pillow
- Rectangular shape offers more room in foot box and shoulders
- Integrated pad sleeve: bag requires a 20 in. wide rectangular pad for insulation on the bottom
- Cotton storage sack and nylon stuff sack included
- Interior fabric loops for sleeping bag liners (to add extra warmth and/or keep bag clean)
- Mate together left- and right-side zip bags with same size zipper (YKK #8)
- Every Big Agnes bag requires a sleeping pad for insulation on the bottom—a pad slides into an integrated sleeve on the bottom of the bag; the top two-thirds of the bag is insulated in the traditional style
- Benefits: smaller pack size, less weight, increased comfort, and no more rolling off the pad
- Pad size/shape required: 20 x 72 in. rectangular
- May be compressed to 7.5 x 6 using a separate compression sack
Country of Origin: Imported
BIG AGNES Yampa 45° Sleeping Bag, Regular
Gender Unisex Fill Weight 9.5 oz. Hip Girth 66 in. Length Regular Shoulder Girth 70 in. Storage Sack Yes Stuff Sack Yes Shell Fabric 330T nylon microfiber ripstop Shape Rectangular Stuff Size 7.5 x 15 in. Temperature Rating 45°F Max. User Height 5 ft. 10 in. Zipper Draft Tube No Zipper Length Full Insulation 650-fill goose down Primary Use Backpacking Weight 1 lb. 13 oz. Temperature Range 40° and Above Insulation Type Down
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- Adjustable Hood
- Packs Small
- Shell Absorbs Water
Comments about BIG AGNES Yampa 45° Sleeping Bag, Regular:
I used this bag on the Appalachian Trail in MA-VT-NH in July & August with no problems during both warm and cool nights. I also had a silk liner that I used when it was nippy. Open up the full-length 2-way zipper when it was hot. Nice.
I'm a big fan of the Big Agnes air-mattress-and-bag system and the Yampa met my need for a summer-in-the-hills bag.
I'm a "warm sleeper" and don't need a lot of insulation. That said, I will use this bag in the Spring and Fall when the temps might drop into the 30s...but I'll have my silk liner also and it should be fine. I believe that the 45*F temp rating is accurate but cooler sleepers might get nippy if it drops below that.
No issues with quality of construction, fit, or finish. The bag did get a bit damp during a few rainy nights: humidity & condensation inside the tent (not leaks) but this would be true for most/all bags.
The "pillow-pocket" is also a great feature: I stuffed my clothes bag (or whatever subset was needed) into the pocket and enjoyed a good-sized pillow. I'm an active sleeper so the Big Agnes mattress & bag system and pillow-pocket work quite well for me: no falling off your pad/mattress. Yes, the mattress adds weight but when I'm out for weeks, I want to sleep well. I'll cut ounces somewhere else.
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