The Big Agnes Echo Park 0 Sleeping Bag is a great sleeping bag for larger campers or those who prefer extra room to move around. This Big Agnes sleeping bag is designed with top corner hand pockets that can wrap around your shoulders as you do with your comforter at home and a Free Range hood design that gives you the freedom to lift your head while inside the hood. The Flex Pad Sleeve on this Big Agnes sleeping bag accommodates multiple pad widths and easily connects your bag to your pad to prevent rolling off your sleeping pad in the middle of the night. Shop the Big Agnes Echo Park 0 Sleeping Bag at SCHEELS today!
Park bags mate easily
Free-range hood design
Storage sack and stuff sack included
Exterior loops for hang drying or storage
Interior fabric loops for sleeping bag liners
Pillow Barn keeps pillow tucked in all night
No-draft collar, no-draft wedge, no-draft zipper
Double zippers for entry from either side of the bag
Top corner hand pockets lift to wrap around your shoulder
Internal mesh stash pocket for phones and other small objects
Low-profile cordlock allows you to uncinch hood with one hand
Flex Pad Sleeve features stretch construction that connects to your pad
Fill weight: 57 oz.
Bag weight: 5lb. 14 oz.
Stuff Sack Size: 10x21in.
Bag Size: Fits up to 6ft.6in.
Compressed Bag Size: 13x9.5in.
Sleeping Bag Type: Big Agnes System Bags
Pad Size: 25-30x78in (Rectangular shape recommended)
Polyester: Cozy cotton/polyester lining
Insulation: FireLine™ MAX synthetic insulation
Shell: Nylon rip-stop shell fabric with a water-repellent finish
Super roomy and easy to flip from side to side.Love it for sleeping! I would like to know if the bag fits into the stuff sack it came with (not the mesh one). I have tried and tried with no luck-not even close!
I just spent 4 nights in N. Georgia with my new Echo Park 0 degree bag on a car camping trip with the family. I previously used a rectangle bag because I like the flexibility to side sleep and move around. I am 6" 1", 200lb for reference. I was pleasantly surprised how much freedom of movement I had in the Echo Park 0 wide/long. I had at least as much or more movement than in my rectangle bag. I am always cold when I sleep so I opted for the 0 degree bag and sleeping in the low 40's was great in my Echo Park 0 and Flying Diamond 8. I absolutely loved the harness for my 25" wide sleeping pad. I wasn't sure if this feature would be a big deal, but now I don't know if I could buy another bag without it. I didn't get to fully use the pillow barn because I have an inflatable pillow, the Sea to Summit Deluxe, which was too large for the pillow barn. However, it fit perfectly in the hood of the Echo Park and it held in place all night without chasing it around. Overall, the Echo Park rates an A+. Even at the carcamping weight of 5lb. 14oz. I am tempted to take it backcountry - it is that comfortable.