Pad Cinch System
The Pad Cinch System is designed to help keep you and your bag on your pad all night long, no matter how much you toss and turn.
The drawstring connects your bag to the pad while a middle securement feature provides extra stability. It is adjustable to fit any doublewide pad or two single pads with a total size between 40”x72” - 50”x78”.
Specs + Sizing
|Bag Weight||3lbs 2oz / 1.42kg|
|Fill Weight||22oz / 624g|
|Compressed Bag Size||10" x 9.5" / 25 x 24cm|
|Stuff Sack Size||L 9" x 20" / L 23 x 51cm|
FeaturesBig Agnes System Bags are designed to attach easily to your sleeping pad, allowing you to comfortably roll around inside without rolling off your pad – pads sold separately
Designed for two people, Big Agnes Doublewide System bags eliminate the need to zip two bags together
Adjustable to a variety of pad sizes. The self-equalizing drawstring easily connects bag to pad and the middle securement strap provides extra stability
Integrated pad coupler secures two single pads side-by-side
Ultimate comfort and additional hand warmth with hand tuck pockets at the top of bag
Improved construction using a recycled polyester taffeta fabric featuring a PFC-free water-repellent finish
Easily un-cinch the hood with one hand using low-profile cordlock
Seal out drafts by cinching insulated tube along upper hood opening
Pillow stays in place throughout the night with integrated Pillow Barn
More wiggle room for your feet with free range footbox
Anti-snag zippers for a smooth, quick zip. Double zippers for entry from either side of bag or zip off top layer completely to use like a comforter
No-draft collar, no-draft wedge, and no-draft zipper
Secure sleeping bag liners with interior fabric loops and easily hang dry or store bag with exterior loops, plus storage sack & stuff sack included
Construction + MaterialsShell: Polyester ripstop shell fabric featuring a PFC-free water-repellent finish
Lining: GRS certified 100% post-consumer recycled polyester taffeta lining featuring a PFC-free water-repellent finish
650 fill DownTek™ repels water while maintaining insulating value - bluesign® Certified PFC-free water-repellent chemistry
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What’s in a Name?
King Solomon Creek was named after the richest of the Old Testament kings by early settler and optimistic prospector Robert McIntosh, who owned and operated a small mine there in 1876. The falls, difficult to get to and not found on a map, are both popular destinations for able-bodied locals in the know, and a great place to cool off if you are both adventurous and a little bit crazy. The trail is un-maintained, slippery and dangerous at high water.