The Big Agnes Lost Ranger 3N1 is a versatile modular sleeping bag system that incorporates a light down insulated sleeping bag and down blanket. Both the can be used together for a warm and cozy system that allows for moment of restless sleepers, or if you are going ultralight use just the blanket or sleeping bag on their own.
The inner bag is filled with 650 Fill Power responsibly sourced DownTek down with a PFC-free water repellent treatment. In the inner bag you can sleep on any side thanks to the hood design and ambidextrous zipper that stays out of the way when side sleeping. Stitch through baffles keep the down insulation in place and a more packable than other baffle designs.
The outer bag is filled with the same 650 Fill Power responsibly sourced DownTek down with a PFC-free water repellent treatment, and uses a stitch through baffle construction. When the inner and outer bags are used together it creates an offset baffle system that increases thermal efficiency. The integrated bottom sheet features a Pad Cinch System which is adjustable to a variety of pad sizes. The self-equalizing drawstring easily connects bag to pad and the middle securement feature provides extra stability.
Big Agnes Lost Ranger 3N1 15 Features
- Lightweight nylon rip-stop Outer
- 650 Fill Power responsibly sourced DownTek down with a PFC-free water repellent treatment
- Roomy inner bag suitable for side sleepers
- Three-quarter, anti-snag ambidextrous zipper
- Outer bag is constructed with no-draft collar, no-draft wedge, and two no-draft, anti-snag dual side zippers
- Anti snag zipper with glow in the dark zipper pull
- Pillow holder on pad sleeve
- Insotect Flow vertical baffles
- Storage sack & stuff sack included
|Regular||-2°C||-9°C||-27°C||78cm||54cm||183cm||650 Down||Inner Bag: 283g
Outer Bag: 255g
|Inner Bag: 567g
Outer Bag: 680g
Combined Bags: 1.25kg
|23 x 20cm|
|Long||-2°C||-9°C||-27°C||82cm||58cm||198cm||650 Down||Inner Bag: 312g
Outer Bag: 283g
|Inner Bag: 624kg
Outer Bag: 765g
Combined Bags: 1.40kg
|24 x 24cm|
Please note Extreme temperatures are at the point of danger to health.
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