Big Creek 30°

Synthetic fill Big Agnes System bags built for two

Specs + Sizing

Bag Weight4lb 2oz / 1.87kg
Fill Weight34oz / 964g
Compressed Bag Size9in x 10in / 23 x 25cm
Stuff Sack SizeL 9in x 20in / L 23 x 51cm
Shoulder Girth105in / 276cm
Hip Girth105in / 267cm
Foot Girth84in / 213cm

Features

Our unique double wide design with improved pad sleeve combination provides a roomy sleeping space without adding bulk -turning your bag into a backcountry bed

Use the top corner hand pockets to wrap the bag around your shoulders like you do with your comforter at home

Our softest, technical sleeping bag fabrics yet - smooth and soft to the touch

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 gives you the freedom to lift your head while snuggled in the hood

Low profile cordlock lets you un-cinch the hood with one hand

Pillow Barn keeps your pillow tucked in tight all night

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 & nylon stuff sack

Construction + Materials

Nylon rip-stop shell fabric with a water repellent finish

Nylon taffeta lining

Hotstream® by Insotect - 100% recycled polyester insulation 

x2 62" #8 YKK Zippers

Designed for two people - Big Agnes Doublewide System bags eliminate the need to zip two bags together
No-draft collar, No-draft wedge, No-draft zipper, No-draft center flap

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What’s in a Name?

Twice the Fun: The headwaters of Big Creek begin high on the continental divide between Lost Ranger Peak and Mount Ethel. Big Creek forks to the east side of the divide and down into Big Creek Lakes (popular fishing spot with access from Walden) but the majority of the water continues its ride through the Mount Zirkel Wilderness where it eventually drains into the Elk River near the Red Dirt Trailhead.