Warm Weather Down Sleeping Bags


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Sea to Summit
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less than $100
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$300 - $399.99
$400 - $499.99
$500 and above

Recent Warm Weather Down Sleeping Bag Reviews

Marmot Aspen 40 Ultralight

rated 5 of 5 stars Needed to cut down on weight for summer backpacking and this was the answer. Very light, packs down to the size of a grapefruit, and really does the job. I realize that this was a Dick's Sport exclusive, but it still has the Marmot name and built in quality. The stitching is excellent and keeps the down in place. I'm 5'11" and 200 pounds. The bag has plenty of room in the hips and shoulders and a squarer foot box than my 3-season bag. I like to toss and turn, so this was perfect.  The exterior… Full review

Western Mountaineering Everlite 45

rated 5 of 5 stars Great lightweight, adaptable bag. I've used it by itself in warm and muggy summer camping in Northwest Arkansas and in the Black Hills on very cool nights. Love it! I bought this bag in preparation for a week in the Black Hills, South Dakota. It's my first down bag of any weight and I couldn't wait to use it so I snuck away for a weekend in the heat and humidity of Northwest AR. For the first night I really didn't need it till 2-3 a.m. and just used it unzipped as a blanket which it was perfect… Full review

Western Mountaineering HighLite

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I absolutely love my HighLite! I call it my cloud because that is what it feels like you are sleeping in :). I think the temperature rating is accurate — I sleep a little cold so I wear extra socks and clothes to bed but works well for my section hikes on the AT. It's amazingly light and packs down so small in a compression sack. When removed from the compression sack it regains all loft with a few shakes. I got the 5'6" size which works great for a petite woman. The HighLite is well made, in… Full review

MontBell Alpine Burrow Bag Thermal Sheet

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Adds extra warmth to a lightweight sleeping bag to extend its use into colder weather. Very lightweight, but very slim cut won't fit big people, but adds a real 5 to 10 degrees to any sleeping bag depending on your metabolism. The good points first: Like most MB gear it is well made and the design is well thought out. It isn't expensive and it is an excellent idea for those who do not have enough money to buy a warmer sleeping bag and who want to camp in cooler conditions. The short zipper makes… Full review

Sierra Designs Men's Backcountry Bed 600 2-Season

rated 4 of 5 stars Innovative design with no zippers and built-in comforter. Warm below rating for me who usually sleeps cold. Fairly compressible. DriDown works well. Pad stays put in sleeve for good night's sleep. The Backcountry Bed is, as most of you must have heard by now, a new kind of sleep system. It does indeed have the qualities of your bed at home although it is a little harder to get into and out of. I have been using my Backcounty Bed in my yurt at home all winter and have just taken it out into the field… Full review

Sierra Designs Men's Backcountry Bed 600 2-Season

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The reinvention of the sleeping bag is upon us! If you hate stuck zippers, if you hate suffocating into the side of your hood, and if you hate rolling off your pad, then you love the Backcountry Bed!! This bag is for folks who have been overall discouraged by sleeping bag use and wish they had the bed roll of old! The comfort rating for this pad is 27-37 degrees F Fits user up to six feet Trail weight is 2lb 8oz Sleeping pad size is 20" Fill = 600 Fill Duck Dridown I used this bag in an ENO DoubleNest hammock… Full review

Sierra Designs Men's Backcountry Bed 600 2-Season

rated 5 of 5 stars This bag is the perfect combination between a sleeping bag and a backpacking quilt. It allows you to sleep on your back, side, or stomach with ease. If you are a hot sleeper you can simply pull the attached top quilt away from your body allowing your top half to be exposed while your lower extremities are inside the bag. The Dridown fill makes worrying about the elements a no nevermind and its construction seems to be durable and will last me for years to come. I took this out for an overnighter… Full review

Sea to Summit Micro MC II

rated 5 of 5 stars I had forgotten how clever I thought this bag was. It is meant to be light, so don't complain about what it lacks but they try to compensate in other ways. They have just tried to leave the essential bits. The zipper baffle is stiffened just enough to stop it snagging.   It lacks a box foot to save weight... this allows you to open it completely like a quilt and vent the foot end of the bag but you may have to hitch the hole under you on truely cold nights.   The stylish black inner is I assume… Full review

Therm-a-Rest Ventra Down Comforter

rated 4.5 of 5 stars It's lightweight, stays tucked around the pad, and warm for its weight. I love this quilt/blanket. Most of the summer, I can use it alone or with the Therm-a-Rest sheet set and that's all I need. When it's a little cooler, I either add a very small fleece blanket on the inside or wear my fleece long underwear to sleep in. I love the way it wraps around the bottom of the pad. I'm not one who likes to be mummied into a bag, so this lovely blanket allows me maximum movement but keeps me warm. It probably… Full review

Top-Rated Warm Weather Down Sleeping Bags

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user rating: 5 of 5 (4)
Marmot Atom
$239 - $319
user rating: 5 of 5 (3)
Western Mountaineering Caribou MF
$345 - $355
user rating: 5 of 5 (3)
REI Travel Down +45
user rating: 5 of 5 (2)
Sea to Summit Micro MC II
user rating: 5 of 5 (2)
Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy 800 2-Season
$330 - $399
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (6)
Western Mountaineering HighLite
$315 - $330
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (3)
Sierra Designs Backcountry Bed 600 2-Season
$229 - $299
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Western Mountaineering Everlite 45
$268 - $295
user rating: 4 of 5 (2)
Mountain Hardwear Phantom 45°
$280 - $360
user rating: 2.5 of 5 (5)
Big Agnes Horse Thief SL 35°
Brooks-Range Alpini 45 Sleeping Bag
Exped Ultralight 300
Montane Featherlite
Sea to Summit MC II 36
Sierra Designs Backcountry Bed Duo 600 2-Season
$375 - $499
Marmot Always Summer
$129 - $219
Sierra Designs Backcountry Bed Elite 850 2-Season
Crux Torpedo 350
Kelty SB 35
$300 - $319
Big Agnes Big Pine 35
Mountain Equipment Helium 250
Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy 600 2-Season
$240 - $279
Mountain Hardwear Ratio 45
$132 - $220
Kelty Cosmic DriDown 40F
$140 - $159
Sea to Summit Spark SP I
$299 - $319
Mountain Equipment Glacier 500
Sea to Summit Trek TK I
$219 - $269
The North Face Furnace 35
$134 - $179
MontBell Alpine Down Hugger 800 Thermal Sheet
Big Agnes Yampa 45°
The North Face Hightail 2s
Big Agnes Down Comforter
MontBell Down Hugger 650 #5
Exped Dreamwalker 450
Rab Summit 400
MontBell Down Hugger 800 #5
Kelty Cosmic Down 40°
$112 - $159
L.L.Bean Down Sleeping Bag with DownTek, Semi-Rectangular 35°
$199 - $219
Kelty Tuck 35 / EN 30
$73 - $89
Exped Dreamwalker DUO 400
$399 - $429
Marmot Plasma 40
$419 - $499
Rab Neutrino 200
Sierra Designs Backcountry Bed 800 2-Season
$390 - $439
Mountain Hardwear Hibachi 45
$145 - $154
Sea to Summit Spark SP II
$359 - $379
The North Face Basalt 40/4
$179 - $188
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (3)
Western Mountaineering MityLite
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (3)
MontBell U.L. Super Spiral Down Hugger #5
$244 MSRP
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (2)
Marmot Aspen 40 Ultralight
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Cabela's Boundary Waters 40
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