Sleep bags come in different temperature ratings, shape, and fill material. The temperature rating is how low the outside temperature can get while you will still feel comfortable. This doesn’t account for how individuals vary so if you tend to run hot you may want to buy one that doesn’t have as low of a temperature rating. The shapes, mummy versus rectangle, will determine how easily you can adjust your position while sleeping and the bag heat loss. More space in the rectable bags will allow movement, but also heat loss. The fill material will determine how small the bag will pack down as well as it’s moisture resistance. Natural down will pack better but be more expensive while synthetic will be more moisture resistant and cheaper.
Recommended Sleeping bag(s)s
- REI Co-op Trail Pod 30 Sleeping Bag
- Marmot Waldron 20 Sleeping Bag
- Marmot Trestles 15 Sleeping Bag - Wom...