Sleeping Bags and Pads

Recent Sleeping Bag/Pad Reviews

Snugpak Insulated Jungle Travel Blanket

rated 5 of 5 stars This blanket is excellent for either an impromptu overnighter on the couch at an In-laws, as an enhancement to your existing sleep system on a particularly cool night, or just for snuggling with a good book on a winters evening. As an added bonus, it also has anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties. Rated for temperatures down to around 40 degrees. I bought this as an enhancement to my minimalist "cool weather" sleep system for those particularly cool nights.... and it works. It has since grown… Full review

Sierra Designs Cloud 800/20 Degree

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent zipperless women's bag. Truly feels like you're sleeping inside of a nice, warm cloud. I finally got to try this bag out this past weekend on the Buffalo River Trail in Arkansas.  The temperatures at night ranged from around 45-55° so I wasn't truly able to test the warmth of the bag. I found no drafts in the bag, except if you don't put your feet in the right way, they slide out of the footbox in the slot. The length was perfect for me (5'6") and it fits like a standard mummy bag. I… Full review

Therm-a-Rest Apogee Quilt

rated 4 of 5 stars A great introductory quilt available (as of spring 2019) at a great introductory price. Neither the lightest nor most compact choice on the market, but this synthetic quilt is still a great addition to any budget backpacker's gear closet. In an effort to find an ever lighter base pack weight (yes, I've been spending too much time on the Ultralight subreddit these days) and also find a lighter weight bag for three-season use that will fit into my MEC Brio 75L's sleeping bag compartment, I spent a… Full review

Therm-a-Rest NeoAir UberLite

rated 4 of 5 stars Sooooo light!!! Not very warm, but also not terribly crinkly loud. Holy moly is this thing shockingly light and tiny. That is so great for solo travelers and ultra light folk. It's amazing. And I'm OK with using a lighter R value with a warmer bag and if needed a Z Lite or emergency blanket under me for cooler hikes/travel. It takes more to get it inflated, but the weight savings!!! Wow.  Full review

Enlightened Equipment Accomplice

rated 5 of 5 stars This quilt is warm and light. Excellent for backpacking or kayak camping. Packs to a small space. PS:my orange kitten thinks it neato! We were both warm enough for comfortable sleep during September in northern Minnesota. The fit of the quilt is perfect for two. No problem with moisture issues. Excellent packability; very compressible. Bag was easy to use and held up well.  Full review

Klymit Static V

rated 3 of 5 stars A medium light sleeping pad that fills easily. I bought this to use exclusively on a short cycle tour (30 days). I really like it's light weight and minimal packed space. I felt secure and comfortable on this pad. Its air chamber design does a good job keeping you in place and I'm a pretty active sleeper, switching between sides. My bag was the lighter Sierra Design's Zissou. A good system for moderate low temps. About midway through my tour I noticed that it was not holding air completely through… Full review

Marmot Teton

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Astonishingly good for the weight and pack size. Astonishingly good for the weight and pack size. Kept me warm down to the coldest of British temperatures. Furthermore, weight is very low and sat alongside my other lightweight gear very efficiently. Used in the Lake District for several nights with barely any problems whatsoever. Did get a little wet on day 3 though, some of its efficiency was temporarily lost, but when the sun came out I was able to dry it fairly quickly during a lunch break. Full review

MEC Kelvin 3.8 Sleeping Pad

rated 3.5 of 5 stars When inflated, it's three times thicker and up to twice as warm as a 1/2" closed-cell foam pad. And when rolled up, this pad takes half to a third the space (volume) of that same closed-cell foam pad. Size - rolled: 30 x 16 cm (12" x 6")Size - inflated: 183 x 51 x 3.8 cm (72" x 20" x 1.5")Weight: 775 g (1 lb 11 oz) Thickness - 3.8cm (1.5"):This is pretty average for these "self-inflating" type sleeping pads. They called it a "Medium-Thickness" pad in the literature. For a side-sleeper like me,… Full review

Sierra Designs Cloud 800 / 20 Degree

rated 4.5 of 5 stars One of the best option for a warm and light sleeping bag. I was really skeptical with the zipper-less design of the bag but it proved to be a non-issue. It's quite a warm bag but I'm generally a warm sleeper so I may not the be the best gauge for that, but it seems to do the job well in that regard. The fit is excellent with lots of room to move about. I would classify it as a wider than normal mummy bag. I'm 6' tall and the fit is perfect. The added foot vents are a nice touch when you need to… Full review

Kelty Discovery Cot added Apr 24, 2019
$100
Therm-a-Rest Mattress Loop Kit added Apr 24, 2019
$11
Kelty Discovery Low Cot added Apr 24, 2019
$80
ALPS Mountaineering Twilight added Apr 10, 2019
$48
ALPS Mountaineering Flex Air Pad XL added Apr 10, 2019
$104 - $169
ALPS Mountaineering Sundown added Apr 10, 2019
$56
 
Sea to Summit Air Seat added Apr 10, 2019
$30
L.L.Bean Deluxe Flannel-Lined Camp Bag 30 added Apr 10, 2019
$90 - $129
Big Agnes Q-Core Deluxe added Apr 10, 2019
$150
ALPS Mountaineering Cosmos 35 added Apr 10, 2019
$52 - $58
Cabela's Big Outdoorsman XL Cot added Apr 10, 2019
$130
L.L.Bean Ultralight Sleeping Bag, 20 Mummy added Apr 10, 2019
$219
Exped SynMat HL Winter added Apr 10, 2019
$149 - $199
ALPS Mountaineering Blaze -20 added Apr 10, 2019
$104
ALPS Mountaineering Ember 20 added Apr 10, 2019
$52
Sea to Summit Foam Core Deluxe Pillow added Apr 10, 2019
$40
Mountain Hardwear Rook 15F/-9C added Apr 10, 2019
$270 - $290
L.L.Bean Ultralight Sleeping Bag, 20 Rectangular added Apr 10, 2019
$219 - $229
Exped Mat Sheet Hyper Duo added Apr 10, 2019
$59
Sea to Summit Foam Core Pillow added Apr 10, 2019
$30
L.L.Bean Heritage Maine Guide Deluxe Sleeping Bag 20 added Apr 10, 2019
$169
Sea to Summit Air Seat Insulated added Apr 10, 2019
$35
Aire Ultra Landing Pad added Apr 10, 2019
$199
user rating: 3.5 of 5 (1)
MEC Kelvin 3.8 Sleeping Pad added Apr 8, 2019
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Arrowhead New River UnderQuilt added Apr 5, 2019
$145 MSRP
Klymit Static V Recon added Mar 29, 2019
$55
Marmot Zuma 30 added Mar 29, 2019
$129 - $149
VauDe Pillow M added Mar 28, 2019
$31
Sea to Summit Explore 25 added Mar 27, 2019
$349
Exped MegaSleep 25 added Mar 27, 2019
$119 - $129
Exped Lite -11C/+12F added Mar 27, 2019
$314 - $419
Sea to Summit Ascent 15 added Mar 27, 2019
$379
Kelty Discovery Sleeping Pad added Mar 27, 2019
$60
ALPS Mountaineering Nebula Insulated added Mar 27, 2019
$45
Exped SynMat XP 9 added Mar 27, 2019
$149
Coleman Sun Ridge added Mar 27, 2019
$22
Big Agnes Burton Cabin Cruiser added Mar 27, 2019
$88 - $109
Exped MegaSleep 40 added Mar 27, 2019
$119 - $129
Exped Lite -5C/+23F added Mar 27, 2019
$262 - $359
ALPS Mountaineering Pinnacle added Mar 27, 2019
$56
Texsport Flock-Top Self-Inflating Pad added Mar 27, 2019
$30
Exped LiteSyn -5C/+23F added Mar 27, 2019
$229 - $249
Sea to Summit Quest 38 added Mar 27, 2019
$139
Exped SynMat UL Lite added Mar 27, 2019
$104 - $159
Sea to Summit Flame 48 added Mar 27, 2019
$299
Black Pine Sports Backside Litewave 72x25x2 Airmat added Mar 27, 2019
$108
Exped Lite +1C/34F added Mar 27, 2019
$224 - $299
Exped MegaSleep Duo 25 added Mar 27, 2019
$219
Exped SIM UL added Mar 27, 2019
$74 - $99
Exped SynMat Deluxe 7 added Mar 27, 2019
$164 - $229
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