Whiskey Park 0°

Synthetic fill Big Agnes System bags geared for the big guys or those who want more space

The Big Agnes System

When insulation material is compressed under your body, it loses most of its ability to insulate. We eliminate the unnecessary bottom insulation and replace it with one of two pad sleeve designs to accommodate the pad which provides the insulation. This design provides a secure foundation and keeps you on the pad all night.

Specs + Sizing

Bag Weight6lb 10oz / 3.01kg
Fill Weight54oz / 1.53kg
Compressed Bag Size12in x 13in / 30 x 33cm
Stuff Sack SizeXXL 12in x 23in / XXL 31 x 58cm
Shoulder Girth80.5in / 204cm
Hip Girth75in / 190cm
Foot Girth66in / 168cm


Park bags' unique quilt-like construction turns 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

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

Super durable lightweight shell and cozy cotton liner

Stretch fabric panels on the side of the pad sleeve accommodate different pad thicknesses

Mate together left and right zip bags within same bag series

Interior fabric loops for sleeping bag liners

Exterior loops for hang drying or storage

Nylon stuff sack

Construction + Materials

Nylon taffeta shell fabric with water repellent finish

Cotton/Polyester lining

Thermolite® Extra - a simulated down material that offers plush warmth and softness 

Rectangular shaped bag

Integrated full pad sleeve 
Double zippers allow entry from either side of bag and when unzipped allows top of bag to be used like a comforter

2 x 62/157cm YKK #8 zipper

Here’s what other people think.

What’s in a Name?

During the 1860's train crews rode the tracks of Northern Colorado in fear of being robbed. During one particular run to deliver barrels of whiskey, a crew allegedly unloaded and buried their valuable cargo in what is now known as Whiskey Park. In 1906, two prospectors struck a “Whiskey Spring” coming from a crack in a rock nearby. Lore has it that the hidden whiskey was never recovered. We spend much of our spare time looking for the stash, but we always bring plenty of whiskey with us in case we don’t find those barrels.