Today’s sleeping bags are more technologically advanced than ever, which means sleeping under the stars has never been so comfortable. Whether you’re heading out for a weekend in the woods with your family or embarking on a backcountry trek, sleeping bags from SBF INTERIORS AND OUTDOOR SOLUTIONS LIMITED are the best for every camping adventure.

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it’s still important to check the local regulations at your destination before you leave. Most public and private campgrounds are open but continue to operate on protocols to mitigate spreading the virus. Face masks are required in the majority of places—including at all managed parks and lands—access to buildings and facilities is limited in some areas, and programs or services might not be available.

Differences in Shapes and Sizes

One of the first choices you have to make when shopping for sleeping bags is what shape you prefer.

Mummy bags have a hood and a tapered design that narrows at the feet, whereas rectangular bags have more space for you to move around in but often no hood. Less common are semi-rectangular designs that typically have hoods like mummy bags but aren’t quite as constrictive. Mummy and semi-rectangular bags are better for colder nights in spring, fall, and winter because they have smaller openings and their hoods provide greater protection against the cold. But if you hate feeling penned in or mostly sleep on your side or stomach (for which having a bit more room is better), a rectangular shape might be more comfortable.

Companies also often make the same sleeping bag in a variety of lengths. A bag measuring closest to your height will keep you warmer than a looser option, which could have more space for air than your body can heat up. Most regular bags are 72 inches from hood to footbox, and long sizes are around 78 inches.

Women-specific sizes are shorter (generally 66 to 73 inches for regular lengths), skinnier in the shoulder and wider at the hips. These sleeping bags also have more insulation, which is frequently added to the chest and footbox to account for the physiological differences between men and women, who typically run colder.

SHELL FABRIC             Pertex YFuse

LINING FABRIC            Pertex  20 denier nylon taffeta