A good day starts with a good night’s sleep and there’s no excuse for a bad night sleep on a camping trip. Having a premium sleeping bag to collapse into after a hard day of adventuring, hiking, fishing or hunting is a good feeling. It also sets you up perfectly for the next day.
Manufactured from high quality materials that will last for years to come, with ripstop fabric making sure your sleeping bag remains intact and ready to use.
Sleeping bags don’t need to be bulky and difficult to carry, learning how to roll a sleeping bag effectively can save you a lot of space:
Step 1: Roll your sleeping bag in half length-ways.
Step 2: Squeeze out as much air as possible. This helps to pack the sleeping bag away even smaller.
Step 3: Make sure the top and bottom are in line and begin rolling the sleeping bag from the bottom up. This also helps to remove air as you roll towards the opening.
Step 4: Pack the sleeping bag into its case as quickly as possible so that it doesn’t unravel.
If you’re a fair-weather camper, camping only in the warmer months then a summer sleeping bag is ideal. With a lower TOG rating, which is a measure of warmth and insulation that stands for Thermal Overall Grade. The lower the tog, the cooler you’ll stay on those summer nights.
But if you’re a hardcore camper, adventuring and hiking even through the colder months, you’ll benefit from a winter sleeping bag. With a higher TOG rating, you’ll stay warm and happy in some of the coldest environments. Check the suitable temperature rating on the sleeping bag to make sure it is up to the job.
You might hear about 3 Season sleeping bags and 4 season sleeping bags. A 3 Season sleeping bag can be used in spring, summer and autumn. A 4 Season sleeping bag can be used in spring, summer, autumn and winter.