Category: Sleeping Bags

The North Face Furnace 5

The North Face Furnace 5 Review

This mummy bag from The North Face was made for warmth and comfort.  I tested The North Face Furnace 5 which, as the name suggests, is rated down to 5 degrees Fahrenheit.  The North...

Sierra Designs Zissou 6

Sierra Designs Zissou 6 Review

When camping in temperatures below 20 degrees F, you generally don’t want to take too many  chances with your gear.  Cold nights without the right gear can turn cold into freezing and well rested...

Deuter Dreamlite 500

Deuter Dreamlite 500 Review

Finding a sleeping bag appropriate for warm-weather camping can be tough for me. Choosing the right gear to keep warm seems easier when temperatures are expected to be near or just above freezing. But...

Thermarest Antares 20 Sleeping Bag

Thermarest Antares 20 Review

Thermarest has long been known as the go to sleeping pad company for backpacking and car camping.  They have grown over the years and expanded their sleeping pad lines, but you can only go...

Kelty Light Year Down 20º Sleeping Bag Review

There is a reason that Backpacker Magazine recognized the Kelty Light Year 20º sleeping bag as a “killer three-season deal.” I received this bag in the fall and immediately fell in love with it....

Sierra Designs Cloud 15 Review

The new Cloud 15 sleeping bag from Sierra Designs tips the scale at less than 2 pounds (1lb. 12oz. for Regular size). “Wow, that’s light for a 1 or 2-season bag,” you say? Well...

Eureka Casper 15 Review

For the Outdoors person that loves to get outside in pretty much any temperature, but isn’t quite ready and can’t afford a more expensive down sleeping bag, we want to offer you some options....

Sierra Designs Pyro 15 Review

One of the most versatile temperature rating in a sleeping bag is 15 degrees Fahrenheit in my mind.  15 degree sleeping bags are 3-season bags as winter temperatures often can dip below the 15 degree...

Big Agnes Mystic SL Review

Having a good sleeping bag can sometimes make or break a camping trip.  Since sleeping outside limits the amount of sleep we get compared to a comfortable bed, I try to find anything that...