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 April 20, 2021. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.
Recent Sleeping Bag/Pad Reviews
High quality sleeping bag. The sleeping bag is comfortable, lightweight, and kept me warm. Full review
Kelly Tuck 20 long—brilliant for tall side sleepers. I’m six foot four and find it really hard to get comfortable on most camp sleep systems. The Kelty Tuck 20 long enables me to move around being a side sleeper and I thoroughly recommend it. Pack size is an issue; use an Exped compression bag, which gets it down in size well. It’s a trade-off for being tall and not paying over £100 for a sleeping bag. I’ve used it in freezing and 5c temps and it’s really warm. Full review
Wide temperature range. Light. Warm. Roomy. I own several Marmot sleeping bags from the lightweight Hydrogen to the extreme conditions Cwm. The Helium is my all around favorite, the one bag I would own if I could only own one and the one I reach for most often. In my experience, high quality down has a much larger temperature range than synthetics. The Helium has a design feature that maximizes this versatility that you will either love or hate. Most sleeping bags have a side baffle to prevent the… Full review
Great pad in terms of weight and comfort, but it quickly developed a slow leak. Several emails to Nemo went unanswered. So much for the lifetime warranty. Full review
A lightweight, three-season quilt that promises warmth and great compaction. Shipping was fast and the product exactly as advertised I was looking for a quilt that would pack small enough to fit my bicycle panniers and provide three-season warmth. Most quilts found online were quite expensive and involved a number of months wait for delivery. Taiga Works advertised their Ninja Plus HyperQuilt as being made in Canada and available right away. Better still the price was $100 less than the comparable… Full review
I liked it, but ultimately returned it due to the temp rating. I found it cold below 30 degrees. I really liked the comfort and size, and it takes up a lot less pack space than my Therm-a-Rest. It was quieter than I would have expected and it worked well for me in October conditions, but for winter camping it didn't really cut it. With a down bag, it was cold for me under 30 degrees. Full review
Such a waste of time and money, especially being handicapped and disabled. I need a mattress I can depend on for even 2 days or more. But NO not this piece of crap. Wasted what little money I have. I get less than $10,000 A YEAR. Not even worth the time or cost. Full review
With a good price and low weight, it is an excellent option for backpacking and traveling in three seasons. This is the sleeping bag I use for my three-season outings, where temperatures can reach 0° C (32° F). 1) Warmth: The most extreme temperature in which I have used it was -6° C (21.2° F) and being with a warm layer I had no problems. But I would recommend it for situations over to 0° C (32° F). 2) Fit & Comfort: It is a comfortable sleeping bag, not too tight at the height of… Full review
Great overall materials for the price, but a few major flaws. I would love to love this bag. I searched for a long time and for its price class (<300 euro), it has one of the best specs/weight ratio. It is warm (rated for 5°F, -15°C ), very lofty (700 cu in down, >=90% down), has a water-repellent outer material, the down distributes well and stays in place in the baffles. However there are a few problems for this bag that made me return it after testing at around -1°C (~30°F). I am… Full review