By Daniel Sullivan
on 11.19.10

When you’re ripping the backcountry solo the Selk’Bag 3G does the trick to keep you warm, but when it comes time to find an inviting safe-haven from Mother Nature’s elements for you and you and the lady, look no further than the King Solomon ($330) sleeping bag from Big Agnes.

Why do we love the King Solomon so much? This 600 fill goose down sleeping bag for two has a set of incredibly useful features that speak to thoughtful and thorough design that Gear Patrol holds dear. Our favorite feature? The bag features two separate, but integrated sleeping pad sleeves so you never have to worry about rolling off your pad in the middle of the night. The bottom of the sleeping pad sleeve has a surface treatment to repel water and offer incredible insulation from the ground. In addition, the King Solomon has dual zippers for access on both sides, built in pillow pockets to stuff a fleece, loops to connect your sleeping bag liner, no draft collars and both storage and stuff sacks. All this in a bag rated to 15 degrees.

Buy Now: $330

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