After a long day on the trail, there's nothing better than curling up and getting good sleep. And good sleep starts with a good sleeping bag. These 10 are the best on the market, from quilts to down bags to weather-resistant synthetic setups.
If you want three bags but are on a two-bag budget, the Kammok Thylacine is the solution.
If warmth-per-dollar is your primary concern, this is your bag.
As much as we love logging big miles, we’ve also been known to enjoy plenty of campfires with a little whiskey and a lot of stargazing.
Traditional mummy bags save weight, but they can make you feel wrapped up like, well, a mummy.
Hikers who have cut every gram of fat from their kits will drool over this ultralight sleeping bag from Marmot.
Stormy weather or high humidity on the itinerary? Synthetic fill still beats the natural stuff.
Warm. Light. Comfortable. Every quality you want in a sleeping bag, and the Magma nails them all.
If you want quilt-like weight but prefer traditional sleeping bag construction, you’ll need the lightest materials and most efficient shape. That’s what the Firefly has.
Quilt-style construction saves serious weight, but even minimalists usually want more than a simple blanket. The Revelation delivers.
Tired of snagging zippers? You won’t have that problem with the Pin Ears sleeping bag; it doesn’t have any.