Customize your Park bag with the zip-off feature.
The double-zipper construction allows the top layer to be zipped off, allowing this bag to transform from a deluxe backcountry bed to a more streamlined mummy bag or to a stand alone comforter you can take anywhere. It's like having three sleeping bag options in one!
Specs + Sizing
|Bag Weight||4lb 3oz / 1.84kg|
|Fill Weight||29oz / 822g|
|Compressed Bag Size||9.5" x 9" / 24 x 23cm|
|Stuff Sack Size||9" x 20" / 23 x 51cm|
|Sleeping Bag Type||Big Agnes System Bags|
FeaturesUnique quilt-like construction turns your bag into a backcountry bed plus zip-off option to create a quilt or mummy bag with the Park Series Wedgie
Use the top corner hand pockets to wrap the bag around your shoulders like you do with your comforter at home
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
No-draft collar, no-draft wedge, no-draft zipper
Rectangular shaped bag
Flex Pad Sleeve features stretch construction that accommodates multiple pad widths, and easily connects your bag to your pad
Lightweight rip-stop shell for high performance and a soft feel
Compartmentalized, horizontal baffled construction prevents down shifting
Double zippers allow entry from either side of bag and when unzipped allows top of bag to be used like a comforter
Top and bottom zippers allow for maximum venting
2 x 78”/198cm YKK #5 anti-snag zipper for a smooth, quick zip
Park bags mate easily
Internal mesh stash pocket for phones and other little ditties
Interior fabric loops for sleeping bag liners
Exterior loops for hang drying or storage
Storage sack & stuff sack included
Accessory Park Bag Wedgie - Sold Separately
Construction + MaterialsNylon rip-stop shell fabric with a water repellent finish
Polyester Taffeta lining
600 fill DownTek™ repels water while maintaining insulating value - bluesign® Certified PFC free water repellent chemistry
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What’s in a Name?
A mining mogul, Robert "Old Mac" Mcintosh was admired throughout Routt County for his hospitality and kindness. While exloring the area near Encampment Mountain in North Routt, he noticed a diamond-shaped stand of evergreens in the middle of an open park. Diamond Park, he named it, would become a cherished place for locals to camp, horseback ride, mountain bike, or just enjoy some North Routt scenery without venturing too far from home.