Built especially for couples, the Big Agnes Cabin Creek 15 Degree Double-Wide sleeping bag is extra-roomy and extra-comfortable. Lightweight, compressible synthetic insulation allows it to pack down small enough for backpacking or for family and car camping.
In a traditional sleeping system, the bag lies on top of a sleeping pad. In this configuration, many people find themselves rolling off the pad at night. Plus, the insulation on the bottom of the bag is compressed by the sleeper's weight. Once compressed, the fill loses most of its insulating properties. The Big Agnes System is different, joining the bag and pad together. The pad slides into a sleeve on the bottom side of the bag, supplying insulation to the bottom of the bag while the top 2/3 of the bag is insulated like a traditional sleeping bag. This design provides a secure foundation so you can roll, twist and turn freely during the night without ever rolling off your pad. It also prevents the bag from twisting and engulfing you in an uncomfortable mess.
The Cabin Creek 15 Degree Double-Wide is designed to be used with a single 40" x 72" or any two 20"x 72" rectangular Big Agnes sleeping pads (sold separately) or other branded pads with comparable dimensions.
A double-wide insulated ergonomic hood, draft tubes located along the length of the dual zippers, a center no-draft flap, and insulated neck yokes lock in heat and keep out cold air to enhance warmth and comfort. Providing a comfortable resting place for heads and necks, built-in pillow pockets hold Big Agnes pillows (sold separately), clothes, or other pillows.
The Big Agnes Cabin Creek 15 Degree Double-Wide sleeping bag fits to 6' 0" and includes a nylon stuff sack and mesh storage sack.
- Use the top corner hand pockets to wrap the bag around your shoulders like you do with your comforter at home
- Rectangular shaped bag with integrated full pad sleeve design
- Stretch fabric panels on the side of the pad sleeve accommodates pads of different thicknesses
- Integrated pad coupler can accept a double wide pad or two single pads side by side
- Free Range Hood design
- Low profile cordlock on the hood
- Pillow Barn
- No-draft collar, No-draft wedge, No-draft zipper, No-draft center flap
- Double zippers allow entry from either side of bag and when unzipped allows top of bag to be used like a comforter
- Interior fabric loops for sleeping bag liners
- Exterior loops for hang drying or storage
- Mesh storage sack and nylon stuff sack
Best Use Camping Insulation Type Synthetic Item Weight 4 lbs 13 oz Other Mesh Storage Sack and Nylon Stuff Sack Included Warranty Limited Lifetime Packed Size 9" x 10.5" Shell Material Nylon Ripstop with a DWR Liner Material Nylon Taffeta Fits to Length 6' Fits to Girth 105" Fill Material Hotstream by Insotect Synthetic Insulation Temperature Rating 15 Degrees F
Real Customer Reviews
- Just as great as the 30° bag.
Likes: Great sleep system! Warm and cozy. We love our Big Agnes 30° bag with the double wide mat. This works exactly the same but is warmer for those colder nights.
Dislikes: The large hood is not that easy to get tight around your head. On cold nights I’ve put a jacket or something in the hood to make it more snug.
- Great couples bag
Likes: Packs down small enough that I can bring it backpacking. Very easy to vent if one person gets warm, without making it cold for the other person. We really appreciated how roomy the bag is. We expected to be squeezed together but this really did have enough room for us to sleep comfortably.
Dislikes: It took a lot of effort to slide in the sleeping pads. It would have been better if the sleeve was loose and then cinched tight to hold them in place.
- Toasty and roomier than you'd think
Likes: I am a cold sleeper, and was comfortably warm in this bag down to about 30 degrees. It helps that my sleeping partner is an oven, but that's why we got this bag in the first place! If we'd used the hoods and cinched things down, we may even have overheated at that temperature, but we both are active enough sleepers that hoods aren't super comfortable. So, we wore hats and stuffed a basic down blanket around our shoulders and in the gap between us and stayed comfy. We were also pleasantly surprised that we could take a nap inside at about 50 degrees and not feel overheated!
I was afraid that since this is designed for a 40 inch sleeping pad (or 2x20), which is just a hair wider than a twin bed, that we would feel cramped together in this bag. I am happy to report that that is not the case! I felt like I had enough room to roll over and rearrange, but not so much that I missed out on the benefits of sharing body heat.
We also have two Klymit sleeping pads, 23 inches wide each, and tried those out to see if they would fit. They do fit in the sleeves with some careful arrangement, but they overlap a bit in the middle, which actually was fine with us--then there's no gap between the pads.
Dislikes: It's a two-person synthetic bag, so it's huge. But, if you compare it to two individual bags with similar characteristics, it's actually pretty reasonable. There are two of us, so one carries the tent and the other carries the bag.
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