When the snow is falling and temperatures are dropping, it’s time to head outdoors. There’s plenty of winter sleeping bags to choose from to stay toasty all season long.
Sierra Designs Nitro 800
Despite its incredible warmth, the Sierra Designs Nitro 800 is lightweight and comfortable for a deep slumber. This option comes equipped with a patented self-sealing foot vent to cool you down quickly. The design also helps the bag stay put, so you stay warm all night long.
Mountain Hardwear Phantom Torch Sleeping Bag
Ideal for hikers and climbers, the Phantom Torch Sleeping Bag retains heat while keeping out moisture in damp conditions. Sleep under the stars comfortably and enjoy a down-filled face gasket that fits while blocking drafts.
Adventurous outdoor lovers can still sleep in sub-zero, -40-degree conditions with the Marmot CWM sleeping bag. Designed with Alpine environments in mind, this winter sleeping bag is waterproof and features 800-power, goose-down insulation for when temperatures plummet.
North Face Inferno
Enjoy a roomy cut and center zipper with the North Face Inferno. This bag is suitable down to -40 degrees and comes with 800 pro-down filling for all-night warmth. This bag also gets bonus points for a lifetime guarantee protection.
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