Sleeping in comfort doesn’t always have to mean sleeping in our very own bedrooms at home. If you’re the type who’s adventurous or is seeking to be, you can still sleep comfortably when you’re outdoors. Say hello to the camping sleeping bag.
There are a ton of options out there and choosing the right one can be confusing. We’re still talking about sleeping bags (wink wink). Therefore, we don’t want you to go through all that trouble. Here’s some basic information you can use in finding the right camping partner for you. Still talking about the outdoor apparatus, folks.
Choosing The Right One
Again, we’re not talking about anything else other that his camping apparatus. There are a myriad of choices out there but you should know which one is best for you. Moreover, if you find our advice helpful even for other aspects of life, that was unintended. We’ll be proud and grateful, yes. However, unintended.
During warm weather, make sure to choose something lightweight. “Lightweight” ultimately means fewer materials were used in its production and therefore will have more room for air to circulate.
For warm temperatures, look for something that can open up like a mat when unzipped completely. You can easily open it up when you feel warm. At the same time, you can use it as a mat just to chill on.
The opposite of the weather earlier, cold, should be taken into much consideration. The bulk will be the defining factor here. And thickness. Unlike the first, you’ll want it to be an excellent insulator. Much light a windbreaker (the puffy jacket-type apparel), these kinds can trap heat and redistribute it inside.
Additionally, the same as the first, look for something with a full-length zipper. Sleeping bags for cold weather will be heavy and a little more difficult to pack. Yet this is something expected.
Choosing The Right One: Part 2
Take a look at the tag which shows what quality of insulation it has. There are two kinds: Down or Synthetic. Both have good insulation properties. However, the difference lies in how Down is more expensive than Synthetic and is more lightweight than the latter.
lf you’re on a budget, Synthetic insulation is the way to go. And if not, then go for Down.
Another factor to consider is size. When you go to the Sports House/ Store, don’t be embarrassed to check it the bag fits you. A tip we want you to carry with you is this: try out those bags wearing medium to thick clothing. That way, you’ll be able to get a feel of the level of insulation of each one.
Open it up and check how quickly you are able to roll it back to its “after-use” form.
Zip and unzip the zippers. Of course, do this with caution. You wouldn’t want to pay for an item just because you damaged it by accident.
Sleeping Bag We Recommend:
A lightweight solo sleeping bag that’s perfect for travel! It spreads our cleanly, and fold back up easily. With excellent insulation and an inner foam to keep you comfortable.
Plus, it comes with its own drawstring bag for ease of carrying and of storage.