Big Agnes Echo Park -20 Sleeping Bag

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Product Description

Echo Park Series synthetic bags are cut tall and wide, ideal for campers of a larger stature, barrel-chested strong men, or for folks who just want more room to move around at night. Ideal for hunting camps, base camping, or road-tripping. Slip one of our 25 or 30-inch wide pads into these Big Agnes System bags, which utilize our Flex Pad Sleeve design. With double zippers that zip completely off to create a comforter affect, or zip together into a mummy bag with the Park Series Wedgie, plus top corner hand pockets that feel just like your comforter at home, the Park bags' unique quilt-like construction turns your bag into a backcountry bed. So comfortable, you won't want to go home!

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Rated 5 out of 5
Big Enough For An Adult And Two Dogs
Bought this for my son when he thought his dogs were too cold during a spring Adirondack overnight hike. He reports that all are happy now thanks to Big Agnes. A++++++.
June 9, 2020
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Rated 3 out of 5
Too small for big bag
I bought the Echo Park -20 because it was the coldest rated bag at a reasonable price. I was going to use it for car camping so the weight and stuff size didn't matter. The first night I used it was 30 degrees and the night 35 degrees, I was cold and didn't sleep well. I am 5' 11" and 175 pounds, to small for such a roomy bag. I used a Insulated Q-Core Deluxe sleeping inflatable pad (best pad money can buy). I have an Anvil 15 degree bag with a Farrington liner and an Insulated Air Core pad for 3 season backpacking trips and have the had the best nights of sleep that I have had in 30 years of backpacking adventures. I like Big Agnes System so much that bought the Echo Park -20, but I am too small for the big bag.
March 23, 2020
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Rated 4 out of 5
Big, Comfortable Bag
The Good:
1. This is the most comfortable bag I have ever owned. My previous favorite winter bag is a 1980s issue Army Extreme Cold (-20) bag that is essentially a big down-stuffed comforter with a thick, woven cotton shell. This bag beats it hands down because it is 4 lbs lighter than that beast

2. This bag has a nice nylon shell and is cut more like a comforter than a mummy bag. It is great for side sleepers and enabled me to get the best sleep I've ever had winter backpacking

3. If you are on a budget, this bag is a good option for winter backpacking. I have not been cold in it and I have been out with it in CO on some ~0 degree nights. This bag is just light enough to take backpacking but it is heavy compared to a down bag.

4. The Cadillac features like the sleeping pad retention system on the back and the cell phone holster on the inside work well. I may never buy another bag that does not have the retention system.

The Bad
1. Synthetic insulation means that this bag is not as compressible as a down bag. I have used this bag for winter backpacking and it took up ~1/2 the interior volume of an Osprey 65 Atmos AG. It is about the size of a 5 liter mini keg when fully compressed. I think you could pinch in the footbox, slim down the body a bit, and have this bag weigh in at 5 lbs rather than 7 while making it more compressible.
February 6, 2020
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