Wolverine 15°

Synthetic fill Big Agnes System bags built for juniors and kids, incorporating the technical features of our adult bags

In sizes designed to fit outdoorsy tots, kids, and teens, Little Agnes bags are a great way to keep the family geared up to get out - throughout the growing years. These Big Agnes System bags have an integrated pad sleeve, which means the kiddos won’t slide off their pads at night, and are insulated witha cozy synthetic insulation. Outdoor adventures spark imagination, inspire exploration, and create happy campers for life!
$89.95
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Specs + Sizing

Bag Weight2lb 6oz / 1.08kg
Fill Weight24.5oz / 695g
Compressed Bag Size8in x 10in / 23 x 25cm
Stuff Sack Size8in x 17.5in / 20 x 45cm

Features

Design improves connection between pad sleeve and bag providing a roomier sleeping space without adding bulk

Sculpted contour allows the bag to drape around you, increasing insulation performance

Contoured hood follows the shape of your head for a more comfortable fit

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

Integrated half pad sleeve keeps you securely attached to the pad from the hips up while allowing your legs to move freely

No-draft collar, No-draft wedge, No-draft zipper

Zipper Garage

Liner loops

Exterior loops for hang drying or storage

Mesh storage sack & nylon stuff sack

Construction + Materials

Polyester rip-stop shell fabric with a water repellent finish

Soft, cozy polyester lining

Mummy shaped bags

M4 synthetic insulation

Shingled construction

Junior - fits up to 5'/ 152cm

Any 20"/ 51cm wide - (Half pad sleeve)

Works with mummy or rectangular pad 

#5 zipper

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What’s in a Name?

Wolverine Basin, Creek and Lake: Named by the Forest Service in 1910. Frank Dengg supposedly caught and killed the last wolverine in Routt County there.