I am using a Lost Ranger 15 on my hike of the PCT…
8 July 2015
Summary: I am using a Lost Ranger 15 on my hike of the PCT and when used in tandem with my Big Agnes sleeping pad I have found it to be very comfortable and it seems to live up to its 15 degree rating. It's lightweight and compresses nicely into my Granite Gear stuff sack.
Pros: Packability and weight are great., I like the color., The price was right.
Cons: I do have problems with the zipper., I'm not impressed with the neck baffels
If you are like me, a bigger guy, who likes to sleep…
25 October 2012
Summary: If you are like me, a bigger guy, who likes to sleep on his side, yet stay warm and be comfy all night, then you will love the Big Agnes Lost Ranger 15. I have gone through a few sleeping bags in my life.
Pros: Warmth, Packable, Very light for its size.
Cons: There are lighter bags this size, Occasional zipper snag
Bought this bag from Lees Adventure Sports in Kalamazoo.
10 December 2010
Excerpt: Bought this bag from Lees Adventure Sports in Kalamazoo. Used it in the fall and winter in Manisttee, Michigan; very warm bag on cold nights slept with a fleece liner. Also invested in the BA insulated sleeping pad. I'm a big guy, 6'3 and I had plenty of room to roll around in.
I recently overnighted in an AT shelter using this…
6 November 2010
Excerpt: I recently overnighted in an AT shelter using this bag and insulated Big Agnes inflatable pad. The shelter floor was wood planking and I used a nylon bag cover to protect the sleeping bag from dirt, etc. The temp got down to 28 degrees F ( according to my small thermometer)and I froze in that bag!
Let me start by saying, Big Agnes makes some seriously…
19 October 2010
Excerpt: Let me start by saying, Big Agnes makes some seriously tough products. I bought this bag three years ago now and have used it every chance I've had since purchase. The bag itself is of unique (to BA) design. There is not down fill in the "back" portion of the bag.
Very comfortable sleeping bag. I like not rolling…
6 January 2010
Excerpt: Very comfortable sleeping bag. I like not rolling off the pad. I used it in the Adirondacks on a cold Columbus Day weekend (temps in the low 20's) along with a lightweight down sleeping bag liner from Western Mountaineering.