3-Season Hybrid Sleeping Bags
The top 3-season hybrid sleeping bags, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.
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Recent 3-Season Hybrid Sleeping Bag Reviews
Outdoor Vitals' LoftTek Hybrid MummyPod sleeping bag offers an unconventional approach to sleeping in the backcountry. Designed to function as either a sleeping bag or an under quilt, this product is as clever as it is reliable. Outdoor Vitals is known for providing reliable backcountry sleeping bags for a fraction of the cost of competitive products. They believe that we'll have less of an impact on the environment if we invest in quality products that can be used for a lifetime. And the LoftTek… Full review
It is true. The best you can get. It is my backup system when traveling with motorcycles. No room to get? No problem. The small AND lightweight Carinthia VLS Module 1+2 will serve in all circumstances. I used it under a bridge and in the woods. It works. Warm and reasonably dry. When raining you need something to cover the whole sleeping bag (like a bridge). I honestly prefer a hotel room, but if there's nothing to find: my sleeping bag has never let me down. Full review
The best you can get. This combination of bag in bag satisfies my needs in the hot tropic as well as in the cold alpine regions of Austria (winter). The VLS system gives you a very light weight Module 1 (1,3kg) for the summer or warm weather from +20 to 0 C°. And if it's nessesary you can add in the Downmodul which keeps you warm down to minus 20C° (Comfort). The Module 1 also has a seperate space at the bottom outside were you can insert your Therm-A-Rest, closed on both sides with a velcro. Full review
Older heavy but very warm bag. Well constructed, but has no collar. The draft tube is upside down for some reason! This is an enigma bag to me. It says right on the label, "Down Insulated", however when you feel the bag, there is some sort of synthetic fiber inside. It must be mixed with down? The bag is very warm and worked great for throwing over another light bag in sub zero weather. By today's standards, the bag is way too heavy and big. It packs down to about 20 x 14". Weighs over 5lb. It has… Full review
I love the Big Agnes sleep system! Man is this bag huge and comfortable. I toss and turn a lot and sleep mostly on my stomach. I used to hate how tangled I would get in a regular sleeping bag and hate falling off my mat. The Big Agnes Sleep system changed all of that. The only reason i give this 3 1/2 stars is I DO NOT trust Big Agnes' temperature rating. I took this out on a night in the desert in a nice 2 man tent where it got down to about 36 degrees, and I was very cold. I had on cotton sleep… Full review
This bag packs down very small, just over 2 pounds. I used it on a 4 day James Peak Wilderness backpacking trip. I put the Big Agnes Insulated Core sleeping pad in the built in sleeve. I didn't have much trouble blowing up the pad, and putting it in the bag. I did this in my tent without much issue. I do agree with other reviews that it doesn't feel quite as warm as other 30% bags. But I was comfortable on that big 2.5 inch pad. I do not like the mummy fit bags, so this bag gives you a full 6-7… Full review
Wow, this bag is awesome. It is definitely three seasons only, and perhaps a little too warm for a summer bag. But, it is perfect for the spring and fall. You get the best of both worlds with the dualmax (down/synthetic) insulation. It packs down small and is very light. It is the most comfortable bag I have had in years. Combine it with the insulated air core pad and you have a killer system that is comfortable and warm. I love not waking up off my pad anymore. And because it's not a mummy and… Full review
Great three-season bag. Living in the Pacific Northwest I couldn't be happier. Full review
I really like the quality and the feel of this bag. But, and that's a big "but," for a "three season" bag, this is just not very warm. For a little bit of context, when at home, I am a very warm sleeper. My wife has a thick quilt on her and I might have a sheet. I've used this bag while backpacking from Montana to Utah to Japan and I'm just not impressed. I actually have a lot of other Marmot gear, tents, jackets, etc., and I love all of it. This bag, however, should be rated at 45 degrees… Full review