Big Agnes Daisy Mae 15 Sleeping Bag

Item No. 10627-BWDM1519
$269.95 - $289.95
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Product Description

The Big Agnes Daisy Mae 15 Sleeping Bag is designed with DownTek™ insulation and offers a roomy, rectangle-shaped sleeping space with an integrated Flex Pad Sleeve on the bottom. This Big Agnes sleeping bag is lightweight and compressible enough for backpacking but cozy enough for comfort in the campground. The contoured silhouette drapes the lofty insulation around your body preventing common cold spots, while Flow™ construction increases the thermal efficiency keeping you warm from head to roomy foot box. Complete with a Free Range Hood, Pillow Barn, and more, the Big Agnes Daisy Mae 15 Sleeping Bag is an excellent choice! 

  • Zipper garage
  • Mate together left and right zip bags
  • Anti-snag zipper for smooth, quick zip
  • Pillow Barn keeps your pillow in place
  • Exterior loops for hang drying or storage
  • Interior fabric loops for sleeping bag liners
  • Internal Hood drawcord provides secure fit 
  • Free Range Hood allows you to lift your head
  • No-draft collar, no-draft wedge, no-draft zipper
  • Free Range Footbox creates wiggle room for feet
  • Mesh storage sack and polyester ripstop stuff sack
  • Jacket-style hood opening contours to the shape of your face
  • Low-profile cord lock lets you uncinch the hood with one hand
  • Streamlined silhouette contours your figure for thermal efficiency 
  • Flex Pad Sleeve features stretch construction that keeps your sleeping pad in place
  • Bag Type: Mummy Sleeping Bag
  • Fill Weight: Petite 16oz. / Regular 18 oz. 
  • Bag Weight: Petite 2lb.4oz. / Regular 2lb.6oz. 
  • Stuff Sack Size: Petite M 8x17.5in. / Regular M 8x17.5in. 
  • Compressed Bag Size: Petite 5.5x7.5in. / Regular 6x7.5in. 
  • Bag Size: Petite fits up to 5ft.6in. / Regular fits up to 5ft.10in. 
  • Pad Size Needed: Petite 20-25x66in. / Regular 20-25x72in. (requires regular rectangle pad)
  • Lining: Polyester taffeta
  • Construction: Insotect Flow
  • Insulation: 650 fill DownTek™
  • PFC-Free, Bluesign™ approved chemistry
  • Shell: Polyester ripstop fabric with water repellent finish

Customer Reviews

3.2 / 5.0
18 Reviews
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Rated 5 out of 5
The perfect bag I never new I needed!
I am 11 and I have used this for several backpacking trips in Utah and Wyoming I love it because it is easy to set up, super durable, keeps heat in well, and is light weight which really helps when backpacking.
All in All this is an amazing sleeping bag.
May 16, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Perfect for Me!!
I love this bag!! It is so comfortable! I love that it stays on my pad while I toss and turn through the night. I love the inner seam that prevents a draft from coming in through the breathing hole to the rest of my body. I love that even though I am a cold sleeper, I woke up with warm feet! The fact that I can get all of this with it being so light weight makes it worth the price!
November 1, 2020
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Rated 3 out of 5
Not warm
I've used this bag in several different types of situations, in a hammock, on the ground with the Big Agnes insulated sleeping pad... the temps were usually around 30° to 40° and I am never warm enough. Makes me wish I would have gone with the 0° rated bag but I wonder if it's because the underside has no insulation. I think, in theory, the thought of my body heat heating up the pad underneath me made sense. But that's a lot of cold air for my body to continually have to heat up throughout the night. So I don't know that this is the right bag for me and a little disappointed because I paid so much for it.
October 12, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
We would definitely buy this again.
This was purchased alongside a sleeping pad that fits into the system. The bag was lightweight, compact, warm and comfortable. Great for backpacking!
August 12, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Amazing Upgrade!
I bought this bag last fall during a sale as an upgrade for backpacking from my LuLu 15 and finally got to use this past weekend. All I can say is that it was AMAZING! I've had my LuLu for 12 years now and after the 1st couple of years, I swear the insulation on it started to go. I've frequently froze in that and it would always take quite some time for me to warm up in it, if I ever did. Not the case for the Daisy Mae! I immediately was warm in it and felt cozy the whole night. I just had a base layer on and no hat. The lows that I camped in were about 50 degrees and this bag performed! I now realize I direly needed to upgrade my bag and this one did the trick. I had room to roll on my side and didn't ever feel congested in it. I upgraded for backpacking and can't wait to use it for that. So far for car camping, this worked great and I look forward to using it more and more. My only con is the losing of feathers through it, but this is my first down bag, so not sure if that is a common thing or not. Great product!
July 27, 2020
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Rated 3 out of 5
Good but not warm enough
I bought this bag a year ago to replace my previous big agnes fria 15 degree bag. I like that it's cozy to sleep on my sides and I like the inside storage pocket. I love the big agnes sleep system, I prefer my sleeping bag over any hotel room bed. I never worry about rolling off my pad. My other bag I didn't worry about carrying a liner unless I knew it would be below 35 degrees but this one I am always dragging along my bag liner and wondering if I'm going to be warm enough. Had I known it wasn't going to be as warm as my previous bag I would have bought the zero degree bag in a heart beat.
July 22, 2020
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Rated 4 out of 5
2019 PCT Thru-hike Review
I used this bag for my entire 2019 PCT thru-hike, so it took some major wear and tear. It was hung over branches, bushes and rocks, stuffed into my pack without a stuff sack each day, and put to the test of 20 degree nights. I used to joke that the worst part of every day was stuffing it into my bag (because that meant the comfort was over and the pain was about to begin). I would list it in my top 3 gear choices overall. After sleeping in it for 5 months, it's still in great condition and continues to by my bag of choice.

That said, there are some concerns. Here's my pro/con list.

1. Super soft outer material -- and durable. There are no holes after heavy use.
2. Pillow holder keeps your pillow and hood in place
3. Wide enough for me to side sleep with a knee out and to toss and turn inside
4. The sleeping pad holder (which I cut off after switching to a z-pad only) means there is no fill on the bottom, making this kind of a "quilt-hybrid" which keeps the weight of the bag down while providing a tiny layer between me and my pad. I prefer it to the style of quilt that has no bottom because I don't like feeling my sleeping pad on bare skin.
5. Cell phone/chapstick pocket
6. Toasty warm down to freezing temps

1. Down feathers come out ALL THE TIME. They poke right through the fabric and out of the seams. Who knows how much temp rating I've lost.
2. Zipper catches. I really have to hold the zipper insulation piece out of the way the whole way up. It sticks from the inside and outside. Just annoying.
3. I'm unsure about temp rating. Everyone is comfortable at different temps. I'm a cold person. I paired this bag with a super light cotton liner that claims to add 10 degrees. In my experience, I was warm above 30. There were only a couple nights where I got cold at night and they were in exposed, wet places in the low-20s. Yes, this bag is rated to 15 so some would say that means it doesn't work...I think there are too many factors involved to call it bad.
May 25, 2020
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Rated 2 out of 5
Cold on mild nights
I really wanted to love this bag. I needed to replace my 20 year old Montreal Downhugger. It just wasn't keeping me warm anymore. Anyway, the Daisy Mae is comfy, reasonably priced, and packs down fairly well. I like the pillow pouch, extra insulation around the neck, and the cell phone pocket. The design is ingenious. But, the temperature rating in inaccurate. I was cold on 45 degree nights! I was wearing my baselayer and a hat. I also had my bag liner two nights and I was still cold! I use a regular sized Big Agnes insulated air core pad and purchased the petite Daisy Mae. On my last night using this bag, I grabbed a down blanket and put in it underneath my sleeping pad and I was finally warm. The trade off on weight and cost isn't worth shivering all night.
May 10, 2020
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Rated 4 out of 5
Sleep System or no System!
This review is mainly to comment on the amazing Big Agnes Sleep System. I paired this sleeping bag with the Q-core Deluxe Sleeping pad and DANG! What a game changer! I tend to roll around a lot in my sleep, flipping from my stomach, to my side, and to my back throughout the night. I never had any issues with the sleeping pad and stayed on it the entire time.

I have the Daisy Mae 15* in a Petite size (I'm 5'4") and it fits me perfectly. If you are any taller, or if you like to "starfish" in your sleep: I'd suggest going with a larger bag so that you can fit a longer and/or wider sleeping pad underneath you.

I am always cold when I sleep. Even at home, I like my house to be in the 70s, and then I add on all the layers. I've camped with this bag into the 30 degree range and that's about as far as I would personally push it if you're not adding a thermal liner to it. If you don't sleep "cold," you may have an entirely different experience. Everyone's bodies are different. I don't find myself sleeping below 30 degrees too often, so this bag is perfect for the majority of my camping adventures.

Overall, I'm really happy with this camping set up! Definitely sold on the Big Agnes Sleep Systems.
April 24, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
I will continue to suggest this sleep system
I have just recently bought this system but I have used it at least a hand full of times. Once was in 50 degree, humid weather in Florida (which I tend to be much colder in as a paraplegic) and I was sweating all night long and had to come out of the bag. Then again when it was 30 degrees and I was in northern Mississippi I was really worried based off the other reviews, but again, I was sweating in the middle of the night. This is the best system I have ever had and indeed the best sleeping bag. I've been a user of Madera sleeping bags for the past few years but so happy I tried out the more expensive Big Agnes. There is no comparison in their products. Big Agnes for the win! I will never every go back to using a sleeping bag on top of a mat. This sleep system will be bought again if anything happens to this one without a doubt!
March 2, 2020
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