“This bag’s flexibility makes it ideal for my summer and fall rangering stints at Channel Islands National Park. I was warm and comfortable through more than 30 nights of use. The wraparound zip turns it into a blanket, perfect for sleeping under the stars on warm nights or draping around my shoulders while lounging in camp. Zipped up, it’s a relaxed, hooded mummy with plenty of shoulder width (I’m very broad). The bag’s cut and down distribution—60 percent on top and 40 on bottom—keeps the warmth on top of you as you roll around inside the bag. The Move-In has 700-fill goose down box baffles in the core and hood and 600-fill sewn-through construction at the legs and feet; this hybrid design makes it very packable (smaller than a 1-liter bottle) without compromising warmth. But it’s expensive.” $300; 41°F; 1 lb. 8 oz. (reg.); 2 sizes; fjallraven.us
Warm-weather campers who like wiggle room inside their bag
When June to Oct.
Where CA; 40°F to 65°F
“The soft polyester lining is super-smooth next to skin, which I appreciated since I typically don’t wear much for pajamas during the summer.”