Big Agnes

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  1. DaStoner47

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    Anyone here have any experience with some of the Big Agnes bags with the sleeve on the bottom for a pad? especially larger guys? considering these as an option but there isn't much in the way of reviews.
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    Used one for a few years in my hammock. Love that system just a little heavy for its range for me or I'd have kept it. One of the warmest setups I've used.
     
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    They have a newer one, the Lost Dog 15. lots of shoulder room (80 inches) weighs 4 lbs (not bad for a synthetic 15 degree bag)
     
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    I’ve only used the Big Agnes Q-Core Deluxe mat. Mostly in my Amok Draumr 3.0 button the ground as well. Seems like good quality! No complaints.
     
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    I have a Buffalo Park 40 deg. I have used it for about five years with a blue closed cell pad for car camping. It has plenty of room for me, 6'-1" & 250 lbs. The concept works well. I have not tried to launder it. I just wipe it down with a damp sponge. I was planning to order a Hog Park 20 deg bag but ended up buying a Wiggy's 20 deg and 50 deg bags instead.
     
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    The best thing about the system is that you can't roll off your pad. I love mine.
     
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    I have been using a Summit Park for a few years and agree with @Pablo
    It’s got more room than most mummy bags and I don’t end up halfway off the sleeping pad anymore. Great set up in my opinion.
     
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