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Sleeping bag

Sleeping bag

$300.00 $250.00

Our one gripe with the Trail Pod is we’d prefer if the zipper continued all the way around the bottom of the footbox to allow the bag to be opened up as a blanket. Look to the Dolomite below for that option. Beyond that, the Trail Pod strikes us as the perfect base camping bag to cozy up in before a day of adventuring.

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Comfort is king when it comes to camping bags, and our top picks offer a warm and cozy escape from the cold

Camping Sleeping Bags

No matter where your travels take you, from national parks to backwoods to back porches, a camping sleeping bag remains a trusty companion. Since space and weight are not at a premium when you can drive to your destination, the comfort dial can get turned way up. There’s no need to suffer through the night in a constricting mummy bag, so options in this category tend to lean more towards a traditional rectangular shape or a roomier mummy. A number of lightweight options also do a nice job pulling double duty for easy backpacking trips. Below we rank our top picks for 2018, and if you need some background information our comparison table and buying advice dive into topics like fill type and temperature rating. To complete your camping kit, we’ve also tested and written about camping mattresses and camping tents.

1. REI Co-op Trail Pod 30 ($90)

REI Trail Pod 30 sleeping bag (2018)

Type: Mummy
Temperature rating: 29°F
Fill: Synthetic
Weight: 2 lbs. 15 oz.
What we like: Roomy, comfy, and priced right.
What we don’t: Can’t be unzipped completely and opened up as a blanket.A spacious fit, quality materials, and 3-season warmth at a sub-$100 price all adds up to our favorite camping sleeping bag for 2018. The Trail Pod’s mummy design breaks from traditional rectangular camping bags, but is still roomy enough to roll around, while providing better warmth retention than the open top designs. We also like that the Trail Pod fits in a stuff sack and is a candidate for the occasional short-distance backpacking trip. Weight isn’t excessive, and a 29-degree temperature rating is plenty for most 3-season camping and light backcountry use.

Our one gripe with the Trail Pod is we’d prefer if the zipper continued all the way around the bottom of the footbox to allow the bag to be opened up as a blanket. Look to the Dolomite below for that option. Beyond that, the Trail Pod strikes us as the perfect base camping bag to cozy up in before a day of adventuring.

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