Like your own bed in the backcountry! Our King Solomon 35° is part of our Doublewide Series, eliminating the need to zip two bags together so there’s nothing keeping you apart from your cuddle bug at camp. The Pad Cinch System makes connecting two pads or securing a doublewide pad easier and faster than ever. Now with a full zip off option, you can use the top quilted layer like a comforter or zip together to create a single bag when camping solo. Constructed with recycled materials and insulated with 650 Downtek™ water-repellent down for a cozy and warm top layer, the King Solomon 35° doublewide sleeping bag is the most comfortable sleep experience for two.
Keep your bag hanging if possible, or in its included mesh storage sack
Store in a cool, dry place away from heat sources
Even dirtbags wash their bags!
Machine wash in a washing machine WITHOUT AN AGITATOR, agitators are likely to cause damage to your gear
Oversized bags require oversized machines, you may need to go to a laundromat to wash your larger bags
Wash on a warm, gentle cycle
Use gear specific soap, we recommend Nikwax Down Wash Direct
Tumble dry low heat with clean tennis balls
Finish by drying on high heat in 5 minute intervals to loft down
*Allow to cool between intervals to avoid damage to shell*
Do not use fabric softeners
Do not bleach
Do not iron
Do not dry clean
Repairs and Warranty:
All Big Agnes gear is guaranteed against manufacturing or material defect. We do not warranty products damaged from normal wear and tear, alteration made by owner, misuse, accidents, or damages caused by uses other than intended. Damage due to misuse, normal wear and tear, or improper care may be repaired, at the discretion of Big Agnes, at a reasonable charge. Gear returned for repair must be clean and free of debris.
Questions? Call us or open a support case:
877.554.8975 | support.bigagnes.com
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.