Big Agnes Wolverine 15°
|Weight||-||3 lb 12 oz / 1700 g|
|Fill weight||-||1 lb 12 oz / 790 g|
15 F / -9.4 C
|Max user height||-||5 ft 0 in / 150 cm|
|Shoulder girth||-||63 in / 160 cm|
|Hip girth||-||54 in / 140 cm|
|Foot girth||-||37 in / 94 cm|
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Make sure your child enjoys every second of the family camping trip with a good night's rest in the Big Agnes Kids' Wolverine Sleeping Bag. Big Agnes' M3 insulation uses hollow core fibers to ensure warmth in freezing temperatures. The insulation also retains its warmth when wet, which might never happen considering that Big Agnes treated the ripstop shell for water-resistance. Big Agnes also finished the soft lining with stain-resistance for long-lasting coziness and cleanliness. When the lining wears out after two or three children, there are loops to attach new liners for long-lasting comfort. This bag also features draft tubes at the collar, wedge, and down the full-length zipper. There's a pillow pocket, a stuff sack, a storage sack, and an integrated half pad sleeve design. Since Big Agnes reduces weight by removing insulation from the bottom of its bags, you must pair this bag with some sort of sleeping pad.
The updated Big Agnes Wolverine Junior Sleeping bag is the perfect companion for any Junior camper looking for comfort in the outdoors. Recommended for scouting, family camping, backing packing and more. At 15 degees, the Wolverine gets just job done in spring, summer and fall. All Big Agnes Sleeping Bags require a sleeping pad. The Big Agnes Wolverine uses the Insulated Air Core Short Mummy Pad 20" x 66".
Designed for kids while incorporating all the technical features of an adult bag, the Big Agnes Wolverine sleeping bag is perfect for any three-season backpacking or car camping trip.
In sizes designed to ?t kids and teens, Little Agnes bags are a great way to keep the family geared up throughout the growing years. These Big Agnes System bags use the integrated pad sleeve, which means the kiddos won't slide off their pads, and will stay warm, letting Mom and Dad get their rest too. Create a camping lifestyle, get kids excited and create a love of the outdoors - start here.
- Rocky Mountain Trail