Sleeping Bags and Pads
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The best sleeping bags and pads, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. The latest review was added on November 18, 2020. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.
Recent Sleeping Bag/Pad Reviews
I bought one based on reviews. DO NOT BUY! I bought one based on reviews. When it arrived, it had so little down in it that I wouldn't use it on a 70-degree day. I could actually see through it. I contacted the company and their response was pathetic. They should have offered to give me a return number and offered to replace it. Instead, they sent me a survey and asked for my receipt even though I ordered it directly from their website. I ended up buying patches and down replacement packets from… Full review
Why didn't this exist before!! I based my review with the understanding that this mattresses is oriented to people that do not mind closeness. While camping such oddity as space isn't a matter to me nor my outdoor partners. The point is to share and not to distance one from another, thus enjoying warmth and company. This mattress fits perfectly the smallest of two-people tents including the ultralight. By using all the floor space available, it places the mattress in a firm and unmovable position,… Full review
Own both the Katabatic Flex 40 and Flex 22—each 900 fill. They are just fantastic, and fit all my needs. Mostly it is warm enough with the Flex 40, but with the Flex 22 you cannot go wrong. I am 6 foot 3 / 193cm / 95kg, so here are my 5 cents, my history of sleeping bags compared: old Finmark/ Ajungilak officially 3 Celsius Comfort—too narrow, in reality Comfort more like 10-12 Celsius: SOLD NOW extra wide Yeti Sunrise Comfort 800 XL, egg form XL, roomy but at 1400g much too heavy for UL… Full review
I’ve gotten through some very cold nights at higher altitudes by wearing cold weather gear and a bag liner inside my Igneo 25 long. Good value and quality with some very nice design features for the price. The light weight and compressibility is outstanding. After two years it is still my “go to” when heading out with a backpack. Thumbs up! Full review
I cannot tell you how happy I am to have this new sleeping bag! I’m now sleeping so much better while camping. I love having the extra room!! After sleeping in a mummy bag for a few years, I am So Excited to be back in comfort. I also love how soft the material is too. Full review
Heavier than advertised, terrible customer service. This is one of two Wiggys sleeping bags I recently purchased, the other being a Superlight of the same design. When both came in I immediately inspected and weighed them only to find that each weighed in right at a pound heavier than advertised; 4.25lbs for the Ultralight, and 5.06lbs for the Superlight. Since these were meant to be lightweight, warmer weather substitutes for the Ultima Thule bag I have owned and loved for years I was pretty… Full review
Used this for a month in the woods for military training exercises. It's great for sleeping outdoors even if you don't have a cushion or sleeping pad. I got one for a military training exercise since the army ones aren't as comfortable. I didn't mind the price for comfort, however, it doesn't do well in wet conditions. Moisture still seeks in and gets a weird smell. If you're not going to be in a wet area, it's perfect. The Summerlite rips TOO easily, I found a gap on the back after sleeping on… Full review
Sh*t product and bad to try and get help. Can't get help from anyone. Full review
The NeoAir Topo is a 3-inch thick and comfortable two+ season air mattress with ample room and solid construction. For the ultimate in camp comfort, it can be converted into a really nice seat and backrest with the Trekker chair kit. The NeoAir Topo sacrifices weight for comfort (so do I!), and is a nice option for the more budget conscious hiker who doesn't want to shell out for the higher R-value and thickness of its more expensive cousin, the NeoAir Topo Luxe. Therm-a-rest NeoAir Topo The Therm-a-Rest… Full review