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Big Agnes King Solomon 15°

rated 3.5 of 5 stars
photo: Big Agnes King Solomon 15° 3-season down sleeping bag

We like this bag. However...


  • Nice double down sleeping bag
  • Comfortable
  • Works great with Big Agnes Qcore
  • Packs nice and small
  • Relatively light, considering you're not carrying two bags


  • The bottom of the bag is meant for a pad
  • Could be warmer. Do not think it's a 15 degree bag

Don't get me wrong, we love this bag. It's our go-to bag and we have never taken anything else. We just found that on those cold nights—in Big Bend National Park when the temps are at 20°—it's really a very cold bag!

You MUST pair it up with two sleeping pads. We use the Big Agnes Q-Core pads and love it, although a little loud.

Overall this has been a great bag. Very comfortable, makes good use of space in our tent, packs small. We don't have to carry two bags.   

We have used this probably 80 nights over the past 4 years and have never had a complaint—other than a little too cold in the seriously cold places we have gone—and we do a fair amount of cold weather camping. And on warm nights it's overkill. 

If you camp with your significant other—and you want to use each other's body heat—then you will love this bag.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: 225-ish in Canada

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Price MSRP: $399.95
Historic Range: $60.00-$449.95
fall 2010
Weight 5 lb 3 oz / 2400 g
Fill weight 2 lb 4 oz / 1000 g
Temperature rating 15 F / -9.4 C
Fill 600 fill down
Shape double
Shoulder girth 110 in / 279 cm
Hip girth 96 in / 240 cm
Foot girth 80 in / 200 cm
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