Big Agnes Wind Lip 28

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Preserve yourself for eternity (or at least the next day) in the mummy-style Wind Lip 28-Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag from Big Agnes, which packs a warm punch in a lightweight bag designed for speedy three-season backpacking and camping. Boasting vertical, high-loft Insotect Tubic baffles stuffed full of Bluesign-approved Pinneco Core insulation, the Wind Lip is breathable as well as warm, making it a versatile option in everything but icy winter temps. The Core Screen technology sheds external water while drawing perspiration out of the bag, keeping you dry even if you get a little too warm. Unlike most Big Agnes bags, the Wind Lip uses traditional 360-degree insulation, without the pad sleeve or required pad needed to insulated you from the ground. When the night's hovering around freezing, the no-draft collar and zipper keep the cold air at bay, and the contoured hood seals around your head to create a warm mini-climate that Otzi the Iceman would've loved. If you'd prefer to spend the night snuggling up with a friend, you can mate left- and right-zippered bags to create a doublewide bag with more than enough room for two-person shenanigans.

- Backcountry.com

Providing warmth down to 28degF, the Big Agnes Wind Lip Sleeping Bag is ideal for lightweight 3-season backpacking thanks to vertical baffles that prevent the synthetic insulation from shifting.

- REI

CLOSEOUTS . Get more warmth with less bulk when you choose the Big Agnes 28and#176;F Wind Lip long sleeping bag, engineered with Pinneco Coreand#174; insulation technology that places a special breathable membrane in between two fiber layers, trapping more heat and allowing sweat vapor to escape. Available Colors: ORANGE/GRAY.

- Sierra

On Sale. Free Shipping. Big Agnes Wind Lip 28 Degree Sleeping Bag FEATURES of the Big Agnes Wind Lip 28 Degree Sleeping Bag Designed to decrease weight and size, while increasing thermal value using the traditional mummy shape Contoured hood features a draw cord and cord lock for easy adjustment YKK 8 zipper Liner loops Mate together left and right zip bags Mesh storage sack and nylon stuff sack No-draft collar and no-draft zipper Exterior loops for hang drying or storage Blue sign certified insulation material Durable nylon shell fabric Nylon taffeta lining Pinneco core synthetic insulation Insotect tubic vertical baffle construction Bottom-in-one Foot / Hood Design Interior fabric loops for sleeping bag liners

- Moosejaw

The Big Agnes Wind Lip 28 is a versatile mild weather sleeping bag. Coming in at a little over 2 lbs, this bag is light enough that you may forget it is there, but offers enough insulating power in case the weather turns slightly inclement. Insotect Tubic is a revolutionary tubular insulation system engineered to provide the maximum cubic loft for supreme thermal efficiency and user comfort. Through its innovative design and construction, Insotect Tubic delivers performance benefits that make gear significantly loftier, warmer & more durable. Superior thermal efficiency - the significant air space created by the DualVault and Vertical Thermal Channel delivers the best thermal efficiency.Pinneco Core is a new synthetic insulation designed to be more breathable, thermally efficient and sustainably engineered. Pinneco's Core Screen resists water from outside, while the Core Fusion technology seals the insulation like an air pump, actively drawing sweat from inside the bag.

- CampSaver.com

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previously retailed for:
$99.95 - $169.95

The Big Agnes Wind Lip 28 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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