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Best Camping Sleeping Bags of 2019

Kelty Cosmic Degree Sleeping Bag

One of our favorite crossover sleeping bags, the Kelty Cosmic Degree has cemented a spot on both our backpacking and camping bag lists. Last year the Cosmic got an update, upping the quality of the down (from a low-mid grade 550-fill to 600). The benefit of nicer feathers is an uptick in warmth for the weight and compressibility. And considering the typical price of a down bag, the quality improvement makes what was already a good deal even better.

For improved performance in wet conditions, the down has a hydrophobic treatment, which is a big helper should some water enter the tent or if you sleep too close to the wet tent walls. It still won’t insulate as well as a synthetic insulation when moisture enters, and it’s still important to keep the bag as dry as possible, but the extra degree of protection and 20-degree rating makes it a great choice for almost any 3-season trip. Compared with the Trail Pod above, the pricier Cosmic is the better buy if you’ll be backpacking more than 1-2 times a year.

Where to get and how much

Well you can find it on amazon .There are price difference depending on the sizes.Click here to see the price.

Kelty Revival 15 ($76.95)

I really like Kelty’s direction with the Revival. Most importantly, this rectangular bag offers great comfort and solid warmth down to about 15 degrees Fahrenheit for just $100 (as always, we wouldn’t recommend testing that lower temperature limit if you want a good night’s sleep). In addition, the Revival offers a number of useful features compared to the simpler Discovery below, including a built-in torso blanket for cooling down in warm weather, a handy pillow pocket, and a tough canvas shell. All in all, the Revival is a strong competitor to The North Face Dolomite 20 above and you can’t go wrong with either.

For hot weather, there is a second version of the Revival with a 40-degree temperature rating and cost of $90. However, saving only $10 for that big of a drop in warmth makes the 40-degree version less of a value, not to mention that it’s only enough bag for the heat of the summer or sleeping indoors.

Where to get and how much

Well you can find it on amazon .There are price difference depending on the sizes.Click here to see the price.

Marmot Trestles 15

If you’re in the market for a mummy bag for camping, it’s hard to knock the Marmot Trestles. This synthetic sleeping bag pretty much has it all: a 15-degree temperature rating for true 3-season warmth, a DWR-finish to help keep you dry, and a quality feel and build that Marmot is known for. And at just over $100, that’s a whole lot of mummy bag for your car camping adventures.

Where to get and how much

Well you can find it on amazon at $109 .There are price difference depending on the sizes.Click here to see the price.

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