Ripstop Sleeping Bag Reviews
This three-season bag will let you press deep into shoulder season.
The minimalist design of this two-season bag translates to excellent packability and low weight, all at a reasonable cost.
Bedding down in this rectangular bag is like sleeping with your comforter at home.
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.
This versatile value sleeping bag lets you sleep comfortably from 0 °F up to 40°F.
It’s the most affordable 0°F bag we tested this year, and its temp rating is conservative.
You can drag this burly bag around camp, using it for everything from a blanket for stargazing to a makeshift “sofa” by the fire.
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.
The rectangular shape, combined with a little stretch, makes this the most comfortable bag in the test.
Innovative sewing techniques deliver a whole new level of ultralight comfort.
Forget what you know about sleeping bags. This revolutionary sack throws out the zipper, adds a blanket-like quilt, and increases the comfort exponentially.
The SB offers the top-shelf performance of 800-fill DriDown at second-shelf price.
A down and synthetic bag that's the best of both worlds.
A $90 bag that is worth so much more.
This cuddly, 700-fill DownTek sack for two actually packs to a reasonable size.
This down bag deftly handled both near-freezing and humid, sweltering nights, making it the pick of campers seeking affordable versatility.
An ultralight bag for mummy-haters.