Specs + Sizing
|Bag Weight||Small: 1lb 13oz / 822g / Regular: 2lb / 907g / Long: 2lb 5oz / 1.05kg|
|Fill Weight||Small: 13oz / 369g / Regular: 14oz / 397g / Long: 16oz / 454g|
|Compressed Bag Size||Small: 5" X 6" / 13 X 15cm / Regular: 6" X 7" / 15 X 18cm / Long: 7" X 8" / 18 X 20cm|
|Stuff Sack Size||Small: M 8" x 17.5" / M 20 x 45cm / Regular: M 8" x 17.5" / M 20 x 45cm / Long: M 8" x 17.5" / M 20 x 45 cm|
|Sleeping Bag Type||Big Agnes System Bags|
FeaturesThe lightest Big Agnes System bags offer technical, roomy sleeping spaces for those who aren't willing to sacrifice comfort or compressibility
Streamlined silhouette for increased thermal efficiency
Flex Pad Sleeve features stretch construction that accommodates multiple pad widths, and easily connects your bag to your pad
Small, Regular and Long bags fit 20" - 25" wide pads
Free Range Hood gives you the freedom to lift your head. Jacket-style hood opening contours to the shape of your face for a comfortable, snug fit
Rectangular shaped bag
DownTek™ - a water repellent down that uses a PFC-Free, bluesign™ approved chemistry
Anti-snag zipper for a smooth, quick zip
Small: 60" / 152cm YKK #5 anti-snag locking zipper
Regular: 65" / 165cm YKK #5 anti-snag locking zipper
Long: 70" / 178cm YKK #5 anti-snag locking zipper
Mate together left and right zip bags
No-draft collar, no-draft wedge, no-draft zipper
Interior fabric loops for sleeping bag liners
Exterior loops for hang drying or storage
Mesh storage sack & polyester ripstop stuff sack
Construction + MaterialsNylon ripstop shell fabric with a water repellent finish
Nylon taffeta lining
Insotect Flow™ construction
850 fill DownTek™ - a water repellent down that uses a PFC-Free, bluesign™ approved chemistry.
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What’s in a Name?
In 1901, the town site of Mystic was named by Fred May, a settler and rancher, after his boyhood home in Mystic, Iowa. Mystic was located at the head of Trull Creek, beyond the head of the Sleeping Giant. The Elk Mountain School operated there from 1911 to 1942. Now the land is literally nothing but a cross roads to the west of Steamboat Springs. It’s home to a cattle ranch, the occasional tumbleweed, and the whispers of the pioneers who once lived there.