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Big Agnes King Solomon 15 Degree Double-Wide Sleeping Bag

Item # BGA95210
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$449.95

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Built especially for couples, the Big Agnes King Solomon 15 Degree
Double-Wide sleeping bag is extra-roomy and extra-comfortable. Lightweight,
compressible 600-fill DownTek insulation offers all-weather performance.
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Built especially for couples, the Big Agnes King Solomon 15 Degree Double-Wide sleeping bag is extra-roomy and extra-comfortable. Insulated with lightweight and compressible 600 fill DownTek insulation, the King Solomon 15 Degree Double-Wide packs down smaller than most double wide bags, making it an option for backpacking or for family and car camping.

The King Solomon 15 Degree Double-Wide bag is insulated with 600 fill DownTek insulation. Down insulation has long been renowned for its compressible properties and efficiency in delivering an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio. The shortcoming of down has been its susceptibility to the effects of moisture, losing much of its performance qualities when wet or damp. DownTek insulation utilizes nano technology and a proprietary application process to provide water-repellency and both anti-microbial and anti-bacterial protection. A nylon rip-stop shell also features a water repellent treatment and provides lightweight durability.

Insotect Flow technology is used in the King Solomon 15 Degree Double-Wide bag to help eliminate cold spots, regulate the movement of down inside the baffles and offer better body heat distribution. Strategically placed Flow Gate construction eliminates lateral and vertical down shifting by using vertical chambers with "gates" to control the position and density of the down insulation.

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 King Solomon 15 Degree Double-Wide is designed to be used with any two 20"x72" Big Agnes rectangular sleeping pads (sold separately) or other branded pads with comparable dimensions.

A doublewide insulated ergonomic hood, draft tubes located along the length of the dual zippers, a center no-draft flap and separate insulated neck yokes lock in heat and keep out cold air to enhance the warmth and comfort provided by the King Solomon 15 Degree Double-Wide. Built-in pillow pockets hold Big Agnes Air Core Pillows (sold separately), clothes or other pillows, providing a comfortable resting place for heads and necks.

The Big Agnes King Solomon 15 Degree Double-Wide fits to 6' 2" and includes a nylon stuff sack and mesh storage sack.

  • Designed for two people
  • Rectangular shaped bag with integrated full pad sleeve design
  • Zipper on each side
  • Pillow pockets
  • Liner loops
  • Mesh storage sack and nylon stuff sacks
  • No-draft collar, no-draft wedge, no-draft zipper
  • No-draft center flap
  • Exterior loops for hang drying or storage
  • Nylon rip-stop fabric
  • Nylon taffeta lining
  • 600 fill DownTek
  • Insotect Flow construction
Specs

Specs

Best Use Backpacking, Camping
Insulation Type Down
Reviews

1 Item(s)

Warm, comfortable, roomy enough for two!

Likes: Quality construction, light enough for backpacking, great value even though expensive--but cheaper than two individual bags!

Dislikes: None.

Reviewed by Robert A. - June 28, 2015