Mummy Sleeping Bag Reviews
This three-season bag and integrated pad create a lightweight, toasty sleep system that punches above its weight.
This three-season bag features a combo of down and synthetic insulations and an attractive price tag.
This three-season bag will let you press deep into shoulder season.
Premium materials and efficient design give this three-season bag one of the best warmth-to-weight ratios we’ve seen.
Most ultralight sleeping bags are one-trick ponies. A full-length center zip and other features boost the Flicker’s versatility.
The minimalist design of this two-season bag translates to excellent packability and low weight, all at a reasonable cost.
Frankly, our reasons for liking this two-person sleeping bag aren’t suitable for a family magazine. Use your imagination.
Jumping into this sleeping bag on a cold night is as cozy as relaxing on a bearskin rug by the fire.
Innovative construction brings down-like weight and packability to a synthetic bag.
This versatile value sleeping bag lets you sleep comfortably from 0 °F up to 40°F.
You get the performance of a three-season down bag at the price of a synthetic.
It’s the most affordable 0°F bag we tested this year, and its temp rating is conservative.
Two gills on top of the bag allow you to fine-tune the warmth for a variety of conditions.
The relaxed mummy fit and unique zipper configuration boost comfort.
Get maximum comfort in this mummy—no matter how much you toss and turn.
You can drag this burly bag around camp, using it for everything from a blanket for stargazing to a makeshift “sofa” by the fire.
It’s a solid synthetic bag at a great price, with a classic mummy cut that pleased everyone.
Thanks to its unique welded construction, it’s the most packable (15 by 7 inches) synthetic bag in the test.
It has the best warmth-to-weight ratio here; testers pushed it 10 degrees below its 23°F rating.
Innovative sewing techniques deliver a whole new level of ultralight comfort.