Reviews and Problems with Big Agnes Horse Thief SL
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I was really disappointed in this bag. I needed a…
14 March 2011
Excerpt: I was really disappointed in this bag. I needed a bag to use in temperatures from 30-50. I read all the reviews and narrowed it down to the Horse Thief 35 degree and the Marmot 40 degree bags. I purchased both bags so my wife would also have one.
I really like this bag and the integrated Big Agnes…
15 December 2010
Excerpt: I really like this bag and the integrated Big Agnes pad system. It packs down super light and small and feels roomy enough for me and my big manly shoulders (I'm a tick under 6'0, a tick under 200 lbs., and I have the long version of this bag).
I originally purchased this bag with the insulated-air…
18 August 2008
Excerpt: I originally purchased this bag with the insulated-air core pad for the affordable savings in weight. For the money, there's no seeping-pad / bag combo out there that hits my sweet-spot for comfort, warmth, weight and price. The bag and pad together weigh under 3 lbs and I spent around $250.
Not for me this. I spent three nights with the Horse…
11 August 2008
Excerpt: Not for me this. I spent three nights with the Horse Thief and mummy sleep mat combo and didn’t have a good night’s sleep once. There has been a lot said and written about the Big Agnes system, which in theory seems a winner.
This is a nice comfortable bag. If you are larger…
19 September 2005
Excerpt: This is a nice comfortable bag. If you are larger than 5' 10" and weigh more than 200 lbs. it may be too small for you. It was perfect for temperatures in the 50s so the 35 degree rating may be optimistic. Light and packs small.