Midwinter expeditions call for heavy-duty insulation, summer nights out only require lightweight warmth, and three-season trips (or winter yurt missions) demand versatile, toasty, and packable sleeping bags that don't cost as much as a new house, like the Big Agnes Moon Hill Women's 26-Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag. One of the most technical synthetic bags Big Agnes makes, the Moon Hill ditches Big Agnes' integrated pad sleeve in favor of full wrap-around synthetic insulation, and uses a mummy shape and Insotect Tubic vertical baffles to increase warmth while decreasing bulk. The Pinneco Core synthetic insulation doesn't compress as well as down, but the high-loft fibers stay warm even when they get soggy, and create a sleeping system that breathes and wicks moisture in a way most bags can't. Combined with the high-loft Insotect Tubic baffle design, the Moon Hill will keep you sleeping in relative comfort all the way down to 17 degrees, making it a bag that's suitable for mild or indoor winter trips as well as shoulder-season backpacking. It even has extra room around the feet to trap more heat, and drawcord hood to seal things up around your face when temps drop like a stone. Toss in the no-draft collar and zipper, and this is a bag that's suited to all but seriously cold trips.
Historic Range: $89.95-$189.95