Big Agnes V Notch UL 40° Sleeping Bag
Big Agnes V Notch UL 40° Sleeping Bag
Big Agnes V Notch UL 40° Sleeping Bag
Big Agnes V Notch UL 40° Sleeping Bag
Big Agnes V Notch UL 40° Sleeping Bag

Big Agnes V Notch UL 40° Sleeping Bag

Regular price $399.95 Sale price$299.00 Save $100.95
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Minimalist Primaloft-fill ultralight mummy bag

Even in those warm summer months, as soon as you get up high or down low near water, that chilly quilt or bulky old bag you've been using since high school is not cutting it. The V Notch UL is a highly compressible sleeping bag with a cozy lining of incredibly lightweight and packable Primaloft® Hi-Loft Ultra Silver insulation. It will keep you warm and keep your pack light, whether that's a backpack, bikepack or packraft. 


Comfort rating of 40°F/4°C

Highly compressible, crazylight minimalist mummy bag for your fast and light adventures

Minimalist hood with drawcord

Low-profile cordlock lets you un-cinch the hood with one hand

Full-length zipper can be opened up for quilt use and provides easy temperature regulation

70" / 178cm YKK #3 locking zipper

Ergonomic foot-box construction provides more loft and warmth

Two-way zipper

Zipper Garage

Streamlined exterior loops for hang drying or storage

Storage sack & stuff sack included 


Total Weight: 618g
Fill Type: Primaloft® Silver
Total Fill Weight: 369g
Compressed Bag Size: 10 x 13cm
Stuff Sack Size: 15 x 25cm
Max User Height: 183cm
Shoulder Girth: 150cm
Hip Girth: 135cm
Foot Girth: 91cm

Total Weight: 709g
Fill Type: Primaloft® Silver
Total Fill Weight: 425g
Compressed Bag Size: 11 x 13cm
Stuff Sack Size: 15 x 25cm
Max User Height: 198cm
Shoulder Girth: 158cm
Hip Girth: 142cm
Foot Girth: 99cm


Nylon ripstop shell fabric with a water-repellent finish

Polyester Taffeta lining 

70% recycled PrimaLoft® Hi-Loft Ultra Silver insulation 

Stitch-free shell construction for maximum thermal efficiency and water resistance

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Big Agnes


At our core, we want to inspire you to get outside and find the same appreciation for the backcountry we have.

Big Agnes started over 20 years ago with the goal to build better gear to get people out camping. It was a simple idea rooted in providing comfort to brave souls sleeping in the backcountry and keeping them on their sleeping pad. Who could have imagined two decades later we would be making award-winning gear, changing the sustainability game with solution-dyed tent fabrics, and helping you haul all that gear in backpacks?

Based in a ski town in northwestern Colorado, our backyard is an outdoor paradise, and our testing grounds are within sight of our office. The Continental Divide Trail is home to some of our favorite trails for skiing, hiking, and mountain biking; the Mount Zirkel Wilderness beckons us with its high alpine summits. The Yampa River flows a stone’s throw from our office; and on most lunch hours the office is quiet enough to hear a pin drop while we’re out finding fresh air or fresh tracks of one kind or another.

Being surrounded by outdoor recreation makes us appreciate our environment every time we get outside. We strive to incorporate practices from design ideation to end-of-life solutions committed to protecting the outdoors. Our social impact is greater than the gear we manufacture. We partner with over 20 organizations that help protect our public lands, support sustainable practices, and lead in equality and inclusivity.

Our urge to sleep under the stars and breathe fresh moun­tain air is what continually drives us and keeps us motivated. In the end, the bluebird summits and nights spent listening to raging creeks or even highway noise have made the journey awesome, and truth be told, we wouldn't want it any other way.

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