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    25 Of The Best Sleeping Bags You Can Get On Amazon

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    1. A mummy-shaped sleeping bag densely packed with lightweight down to keep you a warm and happy camper.

    This down sleeping bag is great to use as a three-season bag; it's designed to keep you warm in temperatures as low as 20°F (note: these ratings are simply suggestions — it all depends on what your body temperature is like). It's insulated with 800 fill power duck down (fill power measures down's fluffiness and insulation power — a higher fill power means fluffier/warmer down; fill power typically ranges from 300-900, so 800 is pretty great) but only weighs 2.5 lbs. and can be compressed down to 10"x8". It uses ripstop fabrics treated with a water-repellant coating and YKK zippers (which are known for durability) and comes with a compression sack for easy packing. The regular model opens up to 75"x31" and is designed to fit a person up to six feet tall.

    Promising review: "Bought it earlier this summer for backpacking and car camping. Got out with it a couple times and was very pleased. I struggle with getting cold at night and find I need a bag rated much cooler than the temp I'm expecting to be in. This one really delivered. I stayed warm every night I used it. Good quality construction. Looks great. Very light for the price and performance, and packs down to nothing." —Thomas W. Brooksher

    Price: $154.97 (available in three sizes and two colors).

    2. A rectangular sleeping bag lined with cotton flannel that's as soft as your sheets at home.

    This sleeping bag opens up to 75"x33" and can fit adults up to six feet tall. The exterior is made of waterproof polyester ripstop fabric, while the inside is lined with cotton flannel. It's suitable to use in a temperature range of 23-41°F but will be most comfortable around 32°F. It can be compressed down to 17"x8"x8" and weighs around 4.6 lbs. It also comes with a compression sack for storage.

    Promising review: "This is the one for me. I bought others that had 'soft lining' that was some weird synthetic thing, and when my rough, old hands touch it, it's like velcro weirdness. I gave the last two bags away because of that. THESE however, actually DO come with a nice, soft cotton flannel. The top of the bag has a drawstring, so you can mummy-bag it, sort of. Nice feature. Zipper seems adequate, the cover is a nice material, and a four-pound bag will more than cover my camping needs. It even came with a very cool carrying bag." —Zipparado

    Price: $39.99

    3. An ultra-compact warm-weather sleeping bag for when you need to pack light.,

    This sleeping bag only weighs 1.72 lbs. and can be folded down to 4.7"x11.4" (75"x34" when opened). It can be used in temperatures no lower than 48°F and will feel most comfortable around 59°F. It has a water-resistant nylon shell and 100% polyester filling. It comes with a compression sack.

    Promising review: "My boyfriend and I both bought one of these sleeping bags for a backpacking overnight trip in the Blue Ridge Mountains recently. I'm 5'4" and 170 lbs. and he's 5'10" and 210 lbs., and they worked for both of us! Not only were they super lightweight, but they kept us warm at night (it got down into the low 60s, probably), and they are super easy to fit back into the case. For a spring/summer/fall sleeping bag that's light and warm, you can't go wrong with this one — especially at the price!" —Amazon Customer

    Price: $18.99 (available in left or right zip)

    4. A fleece-lined sleeping bag set that's sure to make the other kids jealous at a sleepover.

    Each set comes with the sleeping bag (66"x32") and a matching fleece pillowcase (20"x26"). The bag is made from microfiber polyester lined with fleece and has straps attached for easy carrying. Everything is machine washable.

    Promising review: "The sleeping bag is made well and good quality. It's more of an indoor one. Keeps you warm and comfortable, not paper-thin like some sleeping bags can be. Zipper seems durable enough. My daughter is eight-years-old, and it allows her to use it for a few more years (hopefully). Beautiful colors on the outside and hot pink on the inside. Great deal and my kid loves it!" —Kristi Love

    Price: $24.99+ (available in seven colors/patterns)

    5. A cool-weather sleeping bag with a zippered vent at the bottom, so you can poke your feet out if it gets a little too warm.

    This 22°F sleeping bag comes with a hood, a natural-fit foot box, a zipper draft tube (prevents cold air from leaking in through the zipper), and a stuff sack (a carry bag to stuff the sleeping bag into for storage and transport; a regular stuff sack doesn't come with compression straps like a compression sack does). The regular size weighs 3 lbs. and can fit a person up to six feet tall.

    Promising review: "This sleeping bag is a hidden gem for backpackers who don't want to shell out massive amounts of money for gear. Virtually every other bag I've looked at with a weight comparable to this one either has a temperature rating at least 10 degrees higher, or costs three times the price. I got a size long for myself (6' 3", 250 lbs.) and it's plenty roomy. The interior is soft and comfortable, and I actually love the way the zipper comes across just before the bottom of the bag, so I can kick my feet out in warmer weather. I recently took this bag on a backpacking trip when the temperature got down to the low 30s overnight, and it was fantastic. I didn't wear any of my warm clothes, and I was still perfectly comfortable." —Meg and Ben

    Price: $62.97+ (available in two sizes)s

    6. A double sleeping bag appropriately named "Mammoth" that can literally fit an entire family. Don't let the woods stop you from snuggling.

    This 20°F sleeping bag is more than enough for a couple to spread out in. It opens up at 94"x62" (27"x14" when packed up) and weighs 14 lbs. It has a taffeta shell and a flannel liner. It also unzips on each side AND the bottom for easy access and ventilation. The zipper and shoulder draft tubes keep the cold air out.

    Promising review: "My girlfriend and I used this bag for two months straight on our cross-country road trip around the US — it was comfier than my bed back at home! Super warm and cozy, perfect for three-season camping. I was comfortable in this thing down to 40°F in shorts and a T-shirt, and down to 32°F in a light hoodie! No issues to report after two months of heavy usage/daily packing and unpacking. Seriously considering using this thing on top of my bed now that I'm back home. Would DEFINITELY recommend!" —Derek

    Price: $119.99+ (available in five colors and two temperature ratings)

    7. A spacious and waterproof sleeping bag so you can fully enjoy your five-billion-star hotel experience without feeling damp or constricted.

    This large sleeping bag measures 88"x34" when opened (15"x8"x8" when compressed) and fits adults up to 6'6" tall! It has a comfort temperature range of 32-60°F. You can unzip it and use it as a blanket. It has a ripstop waterproof shell and an inner storage pocket. It's machine washable and comes with a compression sack.

    Promising review: "I just came back from a three-day camping trip in Mammoth Lakes, CA, and I could not be happier with this sleeping bag. It was between 45-48 degrees at night, and I was toasty warm all night. I'm a 5'7"/135 lbs. female, and I just love how roomy this bag is. You can easily turn around without having to 'fight' the bag. I'm a little bit claustrophobic and tend to be miserable when sleeping in a sleeping bag, but I slept like a rock. The bag is really soft, and the compression bag makes it easy to store and carry around. Best money ever spent. Love it!" —CaliforniaDream

    Price: $39.95

    8. A spacious sleeping bag (that's wider and longer than your average bag) to make the experience of zipping yourself into a confined space a little less ~in-tents~.

    This 25°F sleeping bag opens up to 81"x38" and weighs 5 lbs. It can be unzipped all the way and used as a blanket. There are plastic roll straps for storage and transport.

    Promising review: "I am 6'3" and 350 pounds. I slept in this on a night that it was 40 degrees and was plenty warm in sleep shorts. It is BIG, so may not be the best option if you are taking it hiking, but for the price, you cannot beat this sleeping bag for warmth and size." —James F.

    Price: $32.39

    9. A hooded sleeping bag that would work well whether you're camping outdoors or just at a friend's house.,

    This sleeping bag is best used in a temperature range between 33.8-42.8°F. It has a drawstring hood and can be fully unzipped to use as a blanket. It measures 86.6"x31.5" when opened (15"x10.6"x10.6" when compressed) and weighs 4.1 lbs. It comes with a compression sack.

    Promising review: "This is a great sleeping bag for sleepovers and short camping trips. It is very lightweight, making it extremely portable — one of its best features. It also compresses very nicely. When I have to sleep on the floor or when we go camping, it's perfect. I'm able to fit in comfortably and stay warm without anything else. The Kingcamp sleeping bag is better than the previous sleeping bag I used; it is bigger, has a comfortable headrest, and is easy to store and carry. Definitely for everyday users — not for extreme campers — but I definitely recommend it." —Nicole Dooda

    Price: $25.99+ (available in 11 colors)

    10. A youth sleeping bag (with glow-in-the-dark fireflies on it!!) to burrow in after a round of scary campfire stories.

    This will keep kids warm even when it's 45°F outside. It weighs 2 lbs. and opens up to 72"x24". It comes with an internal storage pouch and a stuff sack.

    Promising review: "I bought this for my five-year-old son before our first camping trip. He LOVES it! I have to admit that I'm a little jealous that my sleeping bag isn't as adorable as this one! The lightning bugs glow in the dark long enough for him to go to sleep. He says it's very comfortable, too. It appears to be very good quality and kept him warm overnight in temps in the 40s. We loved it so much we purchased another for our eight-year-old son as well." —Laura

    Price: $26.16

    11. A hooded sleeping bag that's light on your back AND on your wallet.,

    This sleeping bag is designed for a temperature range of 43-72°F. It measures 78"x27" when opened and weighs 2.97 lbs. You can also unzip it and use it as a quilt. It comes it with a compression sack for easy storage.

    Promising review: "Great, comfortable sleeping bag. Used it for an overnight canoe trip. The weather was in the low 70s when I went to sleep but dropped to the mid-40s overnight. It kept me quite warm in those 40-degree temps. It is light and compresses neatly into its carry-bag, making it an excellent option when mobility and packing space are key factors." —Wes

    Price: $25.99 (available in two colors)

    12. A plush pizza-shaped sleeping bag you know you ~knead~ in your life.

    The crust is actually slightly thicker than the rest of the "pizza," just like on the real thing! There's a zipper along one side for easy access. It's machine washable, in case you try to eat pizza in your pizza bag and things get messy.

    Promising review: "It was a surprise for my daughter and she loves it. She loves the way it looks and feels. She slept with it every night since she got it." —Dawn

    Price: $24.99 (available in two sizes)

    13. A mummy-shaped sleeping bag to keep you toasty when it's literally freezing outside.

    This is one of the warmest bags on this list, designed to withstand temperatures between 0°-10°F! It has a polyester ripstop shell with a polyester liner and filling. It fits adults up to 6'2" in height and weighs 3.75 lbs. The bottom unzips for extra ventilation on warmer nights. It comes with a stuff sack for storage.

    Promising review: "Have officially tried it below freezing. It got to 30°F this past weekend. I stayed toasty — even sweated a little. I wore thin, long underwear, a T-shirt, a thin pullover, and no socks. The bag performed so well, I had to occasionally zip it open to stop sweating. I did use a Thermarest Neo-Air XTherm insulated air mattress, which definitely helped. I am 5'10" and 215 lbs. There isn't plenty of space, but I would say I comfortably fit with enough room to move. This bag is still too big for backpacking, but a great performing bag for the money if your campsite is within walking distance from your vehicle, and you are camping in freezing weather." —A. Drefahl

    Price: $48.42

    14. A splurge-worthy sleeping bag filled with specially treated down that's water-resistant and quick-drying.

    This 20°F bag is insulated with water-resistant 600 fill power DriDown (stays dry longer, lofts better, and dries faster than untreated down). It has a polyester ripstop shell, a polyester taffeta liner, and a zipper draft tube with anti-snag design. The regular-size fits a person up to six feet tall, weighs 2.13 lbs., and can be packed down to 8"x14" in a stuff sack.

    Promising review: "My girlfriend took it on a backpacking trip to Rocky Mountain National Park. We spent the first night comfortably warm in 18-degree weather. We did have a liner and were wearing warm sleeping clothes, but the bag performed wonderfully. The next night it only got down to 25-30 degrees, and she had to vent it a few times to not overheat. Great bag!" —Gavin E.

    Price: $159 (available in three sizes, two colors, and left or right zip)

    15. A cleverly designed sleeping bag with an attached pillowcase (you can stuff clothes/towels in it to make a pillow) and elastic straps to grip onto a sleeping pad.

    This little bag only weighs 1.6 lbs. and has a suggested temperature rating of 50-70°F (though it's best used on warmer nights). It measures 73"x29.5" when opened (10.8"x5.5"x6.6" when compressed — roughly the size of a football) and fits people up to 5'11" in height. There's an inner pocket to stash your valuables, and the shell is water-repellant to keep moisture out. It comes with a compression sack.

    Promising review: "I just returned from camping in New Mexico, and this sleeping bag worked beautifully! The lower temperature was around 60 degrees, and I was sleeping very comfortably wearing just shorts. It is water-resistant (tested spilling water on it), can be packed easily, is very lightweight, has good zippers, and I liked the feeling of the lining. Definitely a great deal." —Daniel Tejeda de la Fuente

    Price: $22.95 (available in four colors)

    16. A mermaid tail sleeping bag that'll be ~fin-tastic~ for a sleepover or just curling up on the couch.

    This sleeping bag blanket measures 25.5" at the opening and 58.5" in length.

    Promising review: "My granddaughter was delighted with it. It is warm and cozy and perfect for curling up on the couch. It would also make a good camping sleeping bag in warmer climates. I bought two colors — one for each granddaughter — and they both loved them." —avidreader

    Price: $24.99 (available in six colors)

    17. A fleece sleeping bag to use on its own or as a liner in another bag for added warmth.

    This machine-washable fleece bag will keep you comfortable when it’s 50 °F outside. It's 75"x33" when unrolled and is designed for people up to 5'11" tall. As a liner, it adds 12⁰F of extra warmth to another sleeping bag. You can also open it up and use it as a big blanket. A stuff sack is included for storage.

    Promising review: "I bought this as a cheap, lightweight option to use alone while backpacking or to pair with my other sleeping bag on cold nights. It is soft, washes well, and because it is fleece, it doesn't absorb water quickly, so it's great when it's a bit wet outside. I love the soft feel of the fleece as opposed to the slick lining of a sleeping bag." —Lauren L.

    Price: $23.25 (colors may vary)

    18. A down sleeping bag with arm openings, so you can read a book or even check social media (IF you have service) without leaving your warm cocoon.

    This hooded sleeping bag is filled with 100% duck down and is suggested for use in temperatures above 32°F. It has a nylon shell, polyester lining, and YKK zippers. It measures 82.6"x31.5" when opened (9.8"x7.8"x3.9" when compressed) and weighs 2.7 lbs. It can be opened up to use as a blanket.

    Promising review: "I recently went camping with my old mummy-style sleeping bag. I was sleeping in a hammock and found I couldn't spread my feet, which after a while was quite uncomfortable. I tried my new sleeping bag in the hammock and was able to spread my feet, which makes a big difference. The arm holes are especially great, as I love to read before sleeping. Now I am looking forward to my next trip." —Richard C-S

    Price: $78.99 (available in two colors)

    19. A warm-weather sleeping bag that compresses down to the size of a loaf of bread — perfect for backpacking trips.,

    This lightweight bag weighs 1.8 lbs. and compresses down to 7.9”X4.7". When opened, it measures 87"x32.5" and can fit adults up to six feet in height. The suggested optimal temperature is 68°F, though it can be used in a temperature range between 59-77°F. It has a polyester shell and lining and comes with a compression sack.

    Promising review: "This is an excellent lightweight bag. Nice and soft, great for summer camping. It weighs less than my pillow. And it packs up so tiny, it's pretty amazing. It's slightly larger than a loaf of bread when it's all bagged up." –P. Brickler

    Price: $24.99 (available in two colors and two styles)

    20. A cute and cozy sleeping bag to keep a young camper as snug as a bug.

    This mummy-shaped bag is designed to keep kids warm in temperatures above 30°F. It can fit young campers up to five feet tall. There's an interior tuck pocket to store small items. The bag opens up to 66"x26" and weighs 3 lbs. It comes with a stuff sack for storage.

    Promising review: "Perfect size for my very tall 5-year-old to use now and probably for the next four years! Warm, easy to zip up and down, lightweight for carrying, compact when packed away, and nice mummy-style that cradles her head in for extra warmth. Highly recommend for the three-season youth camper!" —Jaimielaura

    Price: $39.41 (available in two colors)

    21. A waterproof, lightweight sleeping bag that'll keep you dry even when it's misty outside. BONUS: it's actually easy to put back into the compression sack.,

    This warm-weather sleeping bag is suggested for use in a temperature range of 59-86°F. It measures 83"x33" when opened (5.9"x7.7"x15" when compressed), fits campers up to 5'11" in height, and weighs 2.4 lbs. The shell is made of nylon, while the lining and filling are made of polyester. It comes with an inner storage pocket for valuables and a compression sack.

    Promising review: "My last mummy bag, when packed away, was a little more than twice the size of this bag! Not only that, but I needed another set of hands to pack it. This bag, on the other hand, is very light, comfortable, and easy to pack away. What a world of difference!" —J. Benson

    Price: $29.50 (available in six colors and two styles)

    22. A cotton-flannel-lined sleeping bag so comfortable, you won't miss your bed at all.,

    This rectangular sleeping bag is ideal for cool weather camping where the temperature range is between 30-50°F. It has a polyester shell with a 100% cotton liner and is machine-washable. When opened, it measures 33"x75" (16.54"x9.45"x16.54" when rolled up) and fits heights up to 5'11". It's on the heavier side, weighing 5.55 pounds.

    Promising review: "This bag is so high-quality, comfortable, convenient, and warm for the price. The outside fabric has a subtle shininess to it that feels almost luxurious for the price, and the flannel inside is SO comfortable and warm. During chilly early October camping, I didn't want or need a blanket inside the bag, even when I was layering blankets outside of it. Doesn't come with a carrying bag, but the tie cord is pretty easy to figure out with the little diagram tag. Seriously happy with this purchase." —R. Toft

    Price: $24.26

    23. A massive, super-comfy sleeping bag that'll tempt even a non-outdoorsy person to give camping a go.,

    This hooded rectangular sleeping bag weighs 7 lbs. and is best used for car camping, because it probably won't fit in your backpack! It opens up to 90"x39" (17"x12.5" when packed) and can be used in temperatures as low as 0°F. The bag has a taffeta shell with a poly-flannel lining that feels like bed sheets.

    Promising review: "I am so happy with this sleeping bag! For starters, I am 6'4" and weigh 305 lbs. My shoulders are probably 26" wide, and I toss and turn all night. Most bags leave me feeling like I am going to be strangled but not this guy! I tossed and turned all night and had so much room, I felt like I was sleeping in my regular bed. Not to mention how warm I was. So happy; I will definitely tell all my friends to get this!" —Jacob C.

    Price: $69.99 (available in three colors; get the regular-size here and the XL-size here)

    24. A wearable sleeping bag so you don't have to sacrifice mobility for warmth. Bonus: you'll get to look like an astronaut.

    This wearable sleeping bag has zip-off booties, so you can wear your own shoes when moving around. There's a kangaroo-style pocket in the front (so you can rest your arms and store your stuff) and leg vents that can be unzipped when you get too warm. It's great for people who feel claustrophobic in regular bags.

    Promising review: "I bought this for camping. I expected to like it — but I fell in love with it! I get cold easily and the Selk'bag kept me nice and toasty. Usually, when camping, I have to stay close to the fire to be warm. I was able to go out into the forest and beach area where we were camping and look up at the stars without freezing. It is really comfortable to walk around in and feels like you're being gently hugged. Two of my fellow campers also had Selk'bags and we were all happy with them. They do look a bit silly but the comfort factor is truly amazing. One of the best purchases for camping ever. " —Theblondebomber

    Price: $139.08+ (available in five colors and sizes S-XL)

    25. A heavy-duty sleeping bag that won't weigh you ~down~. It's warm, compact, and just a friggin great deal.,

    This down sleeping bag only weighs 2.87 lbs. (3.1 lbs. for long-size), but it's designed to keep you warm in frigid temperatures between 0-15°F. It has a ripstop nylon fabric liner with two YKK zippers. When opened, it measures 78"x28" ( 9"x6.5" when compressed). The regular size fits heights 6'1" and below. It comes with a compression sack.

    Promising review: "My son and I took this bag on a backpacking trip in the High Uintas. We switched off this bag and my $600 Marmot Plasma 15 bag. They were surprisingly similar. This bag was a half pound heavier and packed down to about the same size. Temperatures got down to 25 degrees and we were both comfortable in this bag, so I would say that the 15-degree rating is accurate. This bag is a little tighter in the shoulders than the more expensive bag, which didn't bother me, but if you are larger than average shoulder width, it is something to consider. Overall, a great bag for the price." —Andrew Saunders

    Price: $149.99 (available in two sizes; get the 15°F version here and the 32°F version here)

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