Have you ever gone camping and realized your sleeping bag wasn’t doing what it should? You want to feel like your home, even away from home. Getting a good night’s rest whether it’s in a sleeping bag or something else should always be an important factor when choosing a sleeping bag. These sleeping bags are for any occasion and any season.
- THERM-A-REST HYPERION 20
- BIG AGNES BOLTEN SL 20
- RAB IGNITION 41
- KELTY SINE 35
- BIG AGNES LOST DOG 15
THERM-A-REST HYPERION 20
The Therm-A-Rest sleeping bag will keep you warm, especially considering its weight. Your warmth will come from its goose-down filling as well as unbelievable comfort due to the way that the down is distributed. The fill is 70% up top so you’re as comfortable as possible while sleeping and the 30% is down towards the bottom. If you get too warm in the bag, there is a three-quarter length zipper if you need to unzip and cool off. There is a hefty price tag that comes along with this type of comfort. This bag will run you from $390-$430.
BIG AGNES BOLTEN SL 20
One of the major pluses about the Big Agnes is that you can use this bag in all types of weather, including rain. The synthetic fibres in this bag will still allow you to be warm even if the bag gets wet. Unfortunately, a down filled sleeping bag can lose the warmth factor when wet. This bag also unzips the full length so you can use it as a quilt as well for warmer weather. This bag will run you between $290-$300
RAB IGNITION 41
The Rab Ignition is suitable for spring and fall weather, but for its weight, it also provides amazing warmth. This bag will run you about $130
KELTY SINE 35
The Kelty Sine has an amazing ability to keep you warm during the cold weather but also has the ability to keep you cool in the warmer weather. The bag is also large enough to fit large frames. It not only cools you off when you need it but the way the bag is made; at an angle, it allows for arm movement inside the bag also. It also has a pillow pocket that’s built into the bag. This bag will run you about $290
BIG AGNES LOST DOG 51
For those who are concerned about the environment, the Big Agnes Lost Dog is the bag for you. Not only is the bag made to keep you warm, but it’s environment-friendly too. You can use this bag for any season. It has the ability to keep you warm when you need it as well as the ability for you to cool down. It allows you room enough to move freely in the bag, so you aren’t suffocating. This bag will run you between $190-$210.
All the sleeping bags mentioned above are great for any occasion and can be used in different seasons. Whatever your budget is, there is a sleeping bag for anyone who’s looking for an outside adventure.