Versatile, lightweight sleeping bag designed as a travel bag or sleeping bag liner or lightweight cover-up
A cozy layer on its own when the temps are just right, or an extra layer of insulation when your regular sleeping bag or comforter just isn't enough. The Farrington, filled with compressible PrimaLoft® Silver insulation, is the perfect travel companion for long flights, impromptu crash pads (airport terminals), or as a "just-in-case" layer in your camp gear or backpack.
Keep your bag hanging if possible, or in its included mesh storage sack
Store in a cool, dry place away from heat sources
Even dirtbags wash their bags!
Machine wash in a washing machine WITHOUT AN AGITATOR, agitators are likely to cause damage to your gear
Oversized bags require oversized machines, you may need to go to a laundromat to wash your larger bags
Wash on a warm, gentle cycle
Use gear specific soap, we recommend Nikwax Tech Wash
Tumble dry low heat
Do not use fabric softeners
Do not bleach
Do not iron
Do not dry clean
Repairs and Warranty:
All Big Agnes gear is guaranteed against manufacturing or material defect. We do not warranty products damaged from normal wear and tear, alteration made by owner, misuse, accidents, or damages caused by uses other than intended. Damage due to misuse, normal wear and tear, or improper care may be repaired, at the discretion of Big Agnes, at a reasonable charge. Gear returned for repair must be clean and free of debris.
Questions? Call us or open a support case:
877.554.8975 | support.bigagnes.com
What's in a Name?
Farrington "Ferry" Carpenter is a name that still provokes reverence 26 years after his death at the ripe age of 94. Ferry emerged from Harvard law in 1912. By 1913, Ferry had opened his law practice in Hayden and signed on the town as a client for $100 per year. He served in the U.S. army in 1917-18 as a lieutenant, but the Armistice came before he shipped out. Carpenter's signature battle drew national headlines when he grappled with FDR’s Interior Secretary, Harold Ickes, over national vs. local control of the range.