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Big Agnes Lost Ranger
8.4 out of 10

Big Agnes Lost Ranger

Rectangular shape offers more room in foot box and shoulders * Read more

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Overall 10
10

Must buy the sleeping pad thats made by big agnes

Tim Whitby, REI
5 February 2016
  • Summary: I love this bag it will keep you warm in the coldest of weather. I use it with a four season tent during the winter and always wake up hot. I really like the fact you can zip the male and female versions together and say even warmer with your lady.
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Overall 6
6.0

Super Roomy Bag Warm to 25 Degrees Only

Jim Holmes, REI
13 January 2016
  • Summary: I love the roominess of this bag and the Big Agnes system with integrated pad, which cuts down on weight (and eliminates slipping off the pad). The concept works: I slept at 18 degrees with total warmth under my back despite zero insulation there from the bag-- just my highly-rated winter sleeping...
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Overall 10
10

Big Agnes bag

Overhillandale, REI
9 January 2016
  • Summary: I wanted a down bag that would reduce weight in my pack, compress nicelt , keep me warm and fit my broad shoulders. Reducing weight and mass was easily done with most bags. When it came time to fit my shoulders the field narrowed to onky a couple.
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Overall 4
4.0

Design a great idea but...

REI
11 November 2015
  • Summary: Initially loved using this bag, coupled with BA mattress pad inserted into the sleeve on the bottom of the bag. Granted, it was only warm down to about 30 degrees, but for most three-season backpacking in the Sierra's, it worked great.
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Overall 8
8.0

Roomy and mostly warm

Tonebender, REI
16 July 2015
  • Summary: A roomy, light down sleeping bag but the temperature rating is exaggerated. That said, it's very comfortable down into the 30s, below that ... watch out. The pillow pocket seems to be missing and I had some trouble keeping my head in the hood.
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Overall 7
7.0

I am using a Lost Ranger 15 on my hike of the PCT…

Trailspace.com
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
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Overall 6
6.0

Just OK

AdventureManGraham, REI
24 May 2015
  • Summary: Using a compression sack it gets down relatively small but I really don't find it too warm. I would rate it at 30F not 15. Also, you pretty much have to use it with a sleeping pad that fits in the sleeve otherwise the bag will rotate while you sleep and the side that has NO insulation will find its...
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Overall 8
8.0

New for 2015

schmu, REI
21 April 2015
  • Summary: I bought this new bag to replace my old Lost Ranger which has a damaged zipper (my fault). I love the room in Big Agnes bags! When I got the new version, I was not happy to see the internal pillow pocket was no longer there.
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Overall 10
10

Roomy and comfortable alternative to Mummy Bags

Darren H, REI
13 April 2015
  • Summary: Purchased this bag two weeks ago to replace my Sierra Designs Zissou 23. I wake up a lot at night and toss and turn and was sick of the confined mummy bag that I had. I am 6' and 200lbs (I fit in regular size) with broad shoulders and I just could never get comfortable in other bags.
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Overall 10
10

This is indeed a 15° sleeping bag when used with…

Trailspace.com
6 January 2015
  • Summary: This is indeed a 15° sleeping bag when used with an appropriate R-Value pad.
  • Pros: Roomy enough for all sleeping positions, Warm when used with the right R-Value pad, Packs small
  • Cons: Bellow effect when you move your legs can pull in cold air
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