Big Agnes Beryl SL 0 Sleeping Bag
Big Agnes Beryl SL 0 sleeping bag features an attachable pad sleeve tech kit; clip the stuff sack to the back of the bag and slide your pad in to ensure you won't roll off during the night. Thermally efficient vertical structured side walls trap heat close to your body while the contoured shape of the hood cradles your head in lofty comfort. With soft, technical fabrics, an anti-snag zipper draft tube, and 650 fill power Downtek™ insulation, this bag's versatility is the perfect companion for hut trips and early spring road trips to the desert.
|regular/up to 6'||long/up to 6'6"|
|Fill Type||650 DownTek™||650 DownTek™|
|Bag Weight||2lb 14oz||3lb 1oz|
|Stuff Sack Size||L-9"x20"||L-9"x20"|
Tradditional mummy shape allows for light weight and increased thermal value. The gateway to the integrated bag/ pad system, these bags include patent pending REM Pad Sleeve™ a detachable pad sleeve which secures pad to the bag and also doubles as the sleeping bag storage sack. REM Pad Sleeve may be easily removed by unclipping simple loops and clips allowing for use as a traditional sleeping bag
Vertically structured side walls integrating con-toured flow baffles trap heat closer to the body.
- Vaulted foot box creates more wiggle room for your feet
- Contoured hood baffles cradle the head for a more comfortable fit
- Oversized interior anti draft collar
- Superlight shell fabric with high tear strength
- DownTek™ water repellent down repels water while maintaining insulating value
- Low profile cordlock lets you un-cinch the hood with one hand
- 70”/178 cm YKK #8 zipper - regular and long bags
- Zipper Garage
- Interior fabric loops for sleeping bag liners
- Exterior loops for hang drying or storage
- Mesh storage sack & nylon stuff sack
- Mate together left and right zip bags
- Nylon rip-stop shell fabric with a water repellent finish
- Nylon Taffeta lining
- Insotect Flow™ construction
The Beryl Mountain Mine was one of a number of mines located near Hahns Peak, north of Steamboat Springs. Beryl's primary commodity was zinc, although tertiary ore included copper, gold, lead and silver. Located and operated on National Forest, the Beryl Mountain Occurrence later became part of the Tom Thumb Mine.