Whether you bed down in a tent, a tarp, or under the open skies, a great sleeping bag is an essential ingredient in getting good rest on a backpacking trip. This year's lineup of sleeping bags is lighter, warmer, and more versatile than ever. After months of testing around the globe, these nine are our favorites.
The North Face One Bag
Less than $300 for a bag that you can use year-round? We couldn’t believe it either, until we tested the One Bag’s modular design. It has a synthetic insulated base and two different quilts (one synthetic, one 800-fill down) that create configurations rated to 40°F or 20°F, respectively—or combine them to create a bag that’s warm to 5°F. Read the Full Review / Buy The North Face One Bag Now