Wiley SL 30°

Superlight down fill traditional mummy bags with the REM Pad Sleeve that transforms your bag into a Big Agnes System bag

Responsible Down Standard

We're committed to using sustainable products wherever and whenever possible, including the down we use for our sleeping bags and outerwear. We strongly believe in using only down that comes from ducks & geese that were treated ethically, so we, as a company,  have committed to the “Responsible Down Standard”. All of the down Big Agnes purchases for our products comes from an RDS Certified supplier.

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Specs + Sizing

Bag WeightReg: 1lb 12oz / 794g / Long: 1lb 15oz / 879g
Fill WeightReg: 13oz / 369g / Long: 15oz / 425g
Compressed Bag SizeReg: 5in x 7in / 13 x 18cm / Long: 5in x 8in / 13 x 20cm
Stuff Sack SizeReg: 7.5in x 15in / 19 x 38cm / Long: 7.5in x 15in / 19 x 38cm

Features

These bags offer a Big Agnes System option by using the included REM Pad Sleeve™ to secure your bag to the pad

Shape allows for light weight and increased thermal value

The REM Pad Sleeve™ also doubles as a storage sack
Vertically structured side walls integrating contoured flow baffles trap heat closer to the body

Contoured hood baffles cradle the head for a more comfortable fit

Oversized interior anti draft collar

DownTek™ water repellent down repels water while maintaining insulating value

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

Zipper Garage

Interior fabric loops for sleeping bag liners

Exterior loops for hang drying or storage

Mesh storage sack & nylon stuff sack

Mate together left and right zip bags

Construction + Materials

Superlight Nylon rip-stop shell fabric with high tear strength and a water repellent finish 

Traditional Mummy

Nylon Taffeta lining

Insotect Flow™ construction 

70"/178 cm YKK #8 zipper - regular and long bags

Vaulted foot box creates more wiggle room for your feet

650 fill power DownTek™ insulation

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What’s in a Name?

Rube Wiley built the first known business saloon in Hayden. After changing hands a number of times, it continued to thrive as a saloon and billiards hall and was advertised as a "Favorite Resort for Tourists." This was the only saloon in Hayden until the early prohibition on alcohol in 1908. The saloon building coincidentally happened to be the site of the only shootout in town.