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NEMO Equipment Inc.
$349.95 at Backcountry.com

From damp environments to dry deserts, the Nemo Equipment Inc. Nocturne 30 Degree Down Sleeping Bag thrives in practically any are...a you do your late spring/summer/early fall backpacking or camping in. Nemo stuffed this bag with 700-fill DownTek... Read More

Rab
$419.95 at Backcountry.com

Mountaineering is focused on going fast and light, so the Rab Neutrino 400 27 Degree Down Sleeping Bag makes perfect sense for spr...ing peak-bagging. After putting away the miles all day, you'll be glad that you didn't weigh yourself down with a heavier... Read More

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NEMO Equipment Inc.
$739.95 at Backcountry.com

Nemo Equipment Inc. stuffed its Coda 0 Degree Down Sleeping Bag with 850 fill down insulation to keep you warm in subfreezing temp...eratures during your camping or mountaineering trips. Unlike most hot sleeping bags however, this bag utilizes Nemo's... Read More

Kelty
$239.95 at Backcountry.com

Whether you're about to embark on a trip to the desert or Pacific Northwest, count on the Kelty Ignite 20/EN 16 Sleeping Bag to gi...ve you the three-season performance and comfort you desire. This 20-degree sleeping bag features DriDown insulation that... Read More

NEMO Equipment Inc.
$849.95 at Backcountry.com

Prepare your next mountaineering trip with the Nemo Equipment Inc. Coda -20 Degree Down Sleeping Bag that offers a restful night's... sleep from the moment you lay down to the time you wake up. The 850-fill goose down insulation keeps you nice and toasty... Read More

Rab
$419.95 at Backcountry.com

Don't choose between a warm or a lightweight sleeping bag when you can pack up the 25 Degree Down Rab Women's Neutrino 400 W Sleep...ing Bag and get both in the same tapered design. Once you slip into this women-specific mummy bag and feel its hydrophobic... Read More

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NEMO Equipment Inc.
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The Nemo Equipment Inc. Rhythm 25 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag offers the closest thing to the quality of sleep you get at home, ...thanks to its unique Spoon shape. This design gives you extra space where it matters the most, with widened shoulders,... Read More

Western Mountaineering
$794.95 at Backcountry.com

The Western Mountaineering Puma Super MF Sleeping Bag is a solid choice for mountaineers bold enough to take on Old Man Winter at ...his strongest. Interlocking draft tubes deflect creeping cold and work in conjunction with the nine-inch loft and 36 ounces of 850+ down fill to give the Puma Super MF a monstrously warm -25 degree rating. Read More

The North Face
$178.95 at Backcountry.com

It's July 4th, you're heading to Stanley, Idaho for some fun in the Sawtooths, and the weather forecast calls for a chance of snow.... Or maybe it's the end of fall and you're getting one last backpacking weekend trip in before winter hits. Cram The North Face Furnace 20 Degree Down Sleeping Bag in your pack so you don't waste the mornings defrosting in front of a fire. This bag's shape gives you room to move during the night so you won't feel like you're wearing a straightjacket to sleep. The Furnace 20 is stuffed with 550-fill ProDown to maximize your slumbering comfort over a range of temperatures; the down is comfort-rated at 34F with a lower limit of 23F. Ordinary down offers the best warmth-to-weight ratio but will fall prey moisture, be it snow or sweat from a night terror involving camping pranks (your backpacking buddies are creative). ProDown dries faster than plain old down and repels moisture up to 10 times longer. Now, when various prank scenarios invade your dreams, your bag won't stay so Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$159.95 at Backcountry.com

Summer backpacking and camping call for a toasty, reliable sleeping bag like the Mountain Hardwear Lamina 45. Ideal for warm weath...er and dry conditions, this versatile sleeping bag features a comfortable mummy-shape cut, durable shell material with a water-resistant coating, and a baffle construction that guarantees that the synthetic insulation will maintain maximum loft. You'll be happy to have the Lamina when you need to keep your sleeping kit simple and when an expedition-weight bag would be overkill. Read More

Kelty
$114.95 at Backcountry.com

After a night of swigging whiskey around the fire with your friends, head into your tent, and slide into your Kelty Cosmic 20-Degr...ee Synthetic Sleeping Bag. The soft fabric feels so good that you probably won't want to get up in the morning. Not to mention dawn is in about four hours. Read More

Big Agnes
$169.95 at Backcountry.com

Big Agnes designed the Hog Park Sleeping Bag for folks who like an extra-roomy bag during three-season camping trips. This synthet...ic bag's rectangular shape provides the extra elbow and foot room so you can find the perfect position for a good night's sleep in the backcountry. Read More

Marmot
$348.95 at Backcountry.com

Quick, what's lighter than air, smaller than your pet hamster, and warm enough for summer, spring, and fall camping? If you said t...he Marmot Hydrogen 30-Degree Down Sleeping Bag, you win! We're out of prizes, but you seem like the type for whom being correct is reward enough. If you feel like getting a prize for yourself, though, the Hydrogen's one hell of a bag--weighing an ultralight 1. 75 pounds, it combines Pertex Microlight fabric and 850-fill goose down to make a bag that's rugged and warm, with thoughtful features like stretchy baffles around the feet and head for extra comfort. Down's amazing because it's light, packable, and incredibly warm, but it doesn't work particularly well if it gets wet. To keep the Hydrogen functioning at a high level, Marmot decked it out with a DWR coating, and treated the insulation with Down Defender, which helps down retain its loft even it gets slightly soggy. Dry or damp, you'll be able to cinch down the six-baffle Nautilus hood for warmth and seal the face mu Read More

Big Agnes
$379.95 at Backcountry.com

The Big Agnes Women's Lithia Spring SL 15 Degree Down Sleeping Bag takes a step away from standard Big Agnes's bags, with their un...insulated bottoms and offers the all-around warmth of traditional mummy bag. Zip up in this bag if you're looking for the solid warmth and moisture-resistance of DownTek, and you want the top-to-bottom insulation of familiar mummy bags. Read More

Marmot
$188.95 at Backcountry.com

If you spend more time falling asleep to the whisper of gentle summer breezes than the howl of winter winds, the Marmot Always Sum...mer 40-Degree Down Sleeping Bag is the perfect combination of warmth, weight, and packability. It'll easily keep you comfortable down to 43 degrees, thanks to 650-fill goose down, and it won't turn you into a popsicle if it gets covered in morning dew when you're sleeping under the stars since the insulation's been treated with water-resistant Down Defender. As a bonus, it weighs under two pounds and packs down to the size of jacket, so it won't turn your small summer pack into a monstrous burden. "Summer bag" isn't slang for "slopppily designed," though. The Always Summer has most of the features found in Marmot's cold-weather bags, like an insulated draft tube, face muff, and stretchy tricot baffles that let you move around freely while you're dreaming about pole vaulting. It also uses Marmot's trapezoidal footbox, which is wider in the toes and narrower in the heels, l Read More

Sea To Summit
$29.95 at Backcountry.com

The Sea to Summit Premium Stretch Knit Expander Sleeping Bag Liner does much more than just add some warmth to your sleeping bag. ...Its polyester and cotton blend is incredibly stretchy in order to move with you while you sleep, vastly increasing your comfort while you camp. An antimicrobial treatment resists foul odors to keep the liner fresh, and using a liner means you can cut down on the amount you're washing your sleeping bag. And unlike most antimicrobial treatments, this one does not use nano-sized particles so you can machine wash it without any harm to the treatment. Sea to Summit reinforced the seams for excellent longevity. Read More

Western Mountaineering
$454.95 at Backcountry.com

Western Mountaineering designed its TerraLite Sleeping Bag for comfortable sleeping whether you're camping or ultralight backpacki...ng. Weighing in at only one pound and thirteen ounces, the TerraLite owes its lightweight quality to the 850+ fill premium goose down insulation that can keep you warm in the chilliest summer nights. The continuous baffle construction ensure the down doesn't isolate to one side, and the bag's comfort mummy shape includes a wider mid-section that allows you to sleep on your side comfortably. Western Mountaineering built the shell out of a sleek nylon ripstop for durability, and the taffeta lining remains plusher and softer against your skin. The TerraLite also features an insulated hood with an adjustable drawcord, a dual zipper design that either turns the bag into a wide comforter or attaches to other Western Mountaineering mummy bags, and an included stuff sack for your convenience. Read More

Big Agnes
$279.95 at Backcountry.com

A body-embracing mummy filled with water-repellent, always-lofty down, the Big Agnes Lost Lake SL Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Down ens...ures a glorious night's sleep three seasons of the year. Comfort rated at 30F and surrounded in draft protection, this feathery womb is one you won't want to leave. While it's great that you're so cozy, you do have places to go. Read More

Marmot
$468.95 at Backcountry.com

Don't panic--you didn't forget to pack a sleeping bag. The Marmot Plasma 30 Sleeping Bag is just so compact and lightweight that i...t may feel like you left it at home. It's not designed for Arctic expeditions, but for summer and moderate shoulder-season trips; its super-high-loft 875-fill down will keep you plenty warm without slowing you down or taking up space in your pack. The insulation's also been treated with Down Defender to improve its water-resistance, and the tough-but-ultralight Pertex Quantum shell has internal and external DWR coatings as well, to shed water and keep your down as fluffy as the day you bought it. It would be tough to make a bag with a traditional design this light, but the Plasma uses Insotect Flow vertical baffles, which help direct heat to the wrap-around footbox, keeping your toes warm without the need for extra down. Leaking and drafts are minimized, too, with help from the insulated draft tube, collar, and face muff, so you don't have to deal with cold air sneaking i Read More

Rab
$607.46 $674.95 at Backcountry.com

Up high where the wind blows without mercy and winter rules year-round, you can unfurl the -8 Degree Rab Andes 800 Down Sleeping B...ag and rest up comfortably for your summit push. The Andes uses a combination of tough weatherproof Pertex Endurance and Microlight fabrics to wrap the 800-fill hydrophobic European goose down, which in turn traps your body heat and helps you face down winter's icy fangs ... and maybe even give them a quick flossing. Baffles and a collar around the face and neck seal you up tight against the cold, and the longitudinal torso and foot baffles use Flowgate technology to keep the down from sliding around and leaving you with cold spots. There's a zippered internal stash pocket, too, and a taped zipper to prevent snagging. Maybe best of all, the whole package weighs in at just over three pounds, so you'll be able to take it along without worrying about over-weighting your pack. Read More

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The North Face
$308.95 at Backcountry.com

The last place you should cut corners when it comes to planning for cold-weather expeditions is your sleeping bag. The Dark Star -...20 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag from The North Face features a silky, durable Pertex shell and Climashield Apex fibers in the insulation for added heat retention. Read More

Western Mountaineering
$654.95 at Backcountry.com

The Western Mountaineering Kodiak MF 0 Degree Down Sleeping Bag is a backpacker's dream. This mummy bag uses lightweight 30-ounce ...850+ down fill insulation that provides a full 7 inches of loft. While the down brings the warmth, the sleeping bag weighs in at a modest 2lb 15 oz (regular size) so it isn't also bringing the weight. Its MicroLite XP shell is surprisingly durable despite its lightweight appeal. It's also very breathable and highly water-resistant so you get a restful recovery during the cold nights of your backpacking adventures. Its abrasion-resistant taffeta lining won't tear up if you have to sleep with some gear in your bag. Western Mountaineering sewed the Kodiak's full-length down collar three-dimensionally so your neck remains snug and warm all night long. The draft tube also has a three-dimensional design to ensure you stay warm. The 5 1/4-in spacing and continuous baffle construction allows for easy compressibility and packing. Read More

Big Agnes
$169.95 at Backcountry.com

Preserve yourself for eternity (or at least the next day) in the mummy-style Wind Lip 28-Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag from Big Ag...nes, which packs a warm punch in a lightweight bag designed for speedy three-season backpacking and camping. Boasting vertical, high-loft Insotect Tubic baffles stuffed full of Bluesign-approved Pinneco Core insulation, the Wind Lip is breathable as well as warm, making it a versatile option in everything but icy winter temps. The Core Screen technology sheds external water while drawing perspiration out of the bag, keeping you dry even if you get a little too warm. Unlike most Big Agnes bags, the Wind Lip uses traditional 360-degree insulation, without the pad sleeve or required pad needed to insulated you from the ground. When the night's hovering around freezing, the no-draft collar and zipper keep the cold air at bay, and the contoured hood seals around your head to create a warm mini-climate that Otzi the Iceman would've loved. If you'd prefer to spend the night snug Read More

Sierra Designs
$379.95 at Backcountry.com

You greet those chilly mornings while you're camping like a mummy coming out of a coffin, as slow as death itself. But instead of ...dirty toilet paper wrapped around you, you have the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag keeping you nice and toasty while you make breakfast. All you need to do is push your arms through the zipperless armports and slide your feet through the center-two way zipper. Then attach the footbox to the bag just above your knees so it doesn't drag on the ground while you walk around. You don't have to worry about cold drafts seeping through the zipperless armports while you're sleeping because they prevent air from coming in and out. Stuffed with 800-fill duck down insulation, this bag is light enough for backpacking trips and warm enough for temperatures as low as 15F, and Sierra Designs added its proprietary DriDown treatment to the down for water-resistant protection that helps keep you dry if it's misting out as you're making breakfast all bundled up. The Mobile Mumm Read More

The North Face
$408.95 at Backcountry.com

If moving fast in the backcountry is a concern, you need the lightest, most packable bag that you can get your hands on. The North... Face Hightail 3S 15-Degree Sleeping Bag can handle camping in most areas from mid-spring to mid-fall and weighs an incredible two pounds. Also, because it's made with 850 fill-power down, it packs down to an incredibly small size in your pack, so you'll have plenty of room for the rest of your essentials. Read More

Big Agnes
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

The cozy down warmth and roomier interior of the Big Agnes Women's Roxy Ann 15 Degree Down Sleeping Bag will lull you to sleep and... keep you comfortable throughout the night. This women-specific, 650-fill bag keeps you snug through chilly mornings and mild winter nights and uses DownTek technology to deal with wet conditions. Read More

Western Mountaineering
$469.95 at Backcountry.com

The Western Mountaineering UltraLite Sleeping Bag lives up to its name by keeping your load manageable while still packing in a he...fty dose of premium 850-fill down for those chilly nights. A soft taffeta lining caresses trail-weary skin and, thanks to the Pertex shell's breathability, the climate inside of the bag stays comfortable on balmier nights. Read More

Marmot
$88.95 at Backcountry.com

When you drive cross-country on a budget, you depend on your trusty tent, sleeping pad, and the Marmot Mavericks 40 Semi Rec Sleep...ing Bag to keep you well-rested. This quality 50-degree synthetic bag has a DWR-coated shell that protects you from the morning dew in case you want leave the tent in your trunk for a night. Read More

Rab
$755.96 $839.95 at Backcountry.com

Unless you're planning on spending the night at 20,000 feet in the Himalayas or on Denali, the Rab Expedition 1000 -22 Degree Down... Sleeping Bag is warm enough to keep you from waking up as a popsicle. While not quite as warm as the Expedition 1200 and 1400, the 1000 is nearly a pound lighter than the latter, and uses the same 850-fill hydrophobic European goose down and sandwich of water-resistant Pertex Endurance/Microlight fabrics to keep you toasty and dry. It also uses the same longitudinal baffle design, with Flowgate technology in the torso to keep the down from shifting and an angled footbox for comfort and consistent insulation. You're only as warm as the air that your bag can trap, so Rab designed the Expedition with close-fitting neck and face baffles, along with a collar and drawcord hood, to prevent heat leaking out, and gave it a roomy design to be compatible with down clothing at basecamp. If that's not enough, it also features a zippered internal pocket for storage, and a drybag compr Read More

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Valandre
$499.95 at Backcountry.com

When sores start settling in on your third day out in the wilderness, it's important to have a cozy sleeping bag to see you throug...h the nights with restful recovery. So wrap yourself up in the Valandre Expedition Bloody Mary 29-Degree Down Sleeping Bag and sleep throughout the night whether you're on a portaledge in Yosemite or trekking across the continent. Stuffed with fine, ultralight 850+ fill down, this three-season bag is rated to keep you comfortable when the temperatures dip below freezing. Nylon ripstop makes the Bloody Mary lightweight and durable so you'll love taking it with you up vertical faces and across treacherous treks. The fabric is coated with DWR along with its polyester ripstop lining, so you'll stay dry while you count sheep. The most innovative feature of the Bloody Mary has to be the hood and draft collar system. A static drawcord integrated in the hood allows you to tighten or loosen the bag's opening so you get as little or as much air as you like. The Bloody Mary comes wi Read More

Selk'bag USA, Inc.
$87.42 $158.95 at Backcountry.com

You'll never have to leave the cozy confines of your sleeping bag on cold camping trips when you take the Selk'bag Original Sleepi...ng Bag with you. Synthetic insulation wraps around your entire body to keep you comfortably warm in brisk weather. The ripstop shell is durable enough that you can explore campsites and beyond without a worry, and the polyester lining is plush next to your skin. Quick-release closures at the hands let you cook food, play the guitar, and dip your hands in lakes without a problem, and adjustments at the arm and grip tabs at the waist give you an ideal fit. Selk'bag also added grip tabs at the feet for traction while you walk. The Original Sleeping Bag also features an adjustable hood, draft tubes around the zippers and neck that eliminate unwanted gusts, dual front zippers for easy donning, an included compression sack, and leg vents in case you get a bit too warm. Read More

Valandre
$899.95 at Backcountry.com

When you're attempting to reach the heavens on Earth's tallest mountains, it's important to have a god looking out for you. Sure, ...the Valandre Expedition Thor 4-Degree Down Sleeping Bag isn't exactly like having the Norse god of thunder, lightning, and storms on your side, but it certainly is the next best thing. Lofty 850+ gray goose down insulates you while you recover for the next day's big push. European Norm ratings give this bag a comfort level at 5 degrees Fahrenheit, but Valandre's crew suggest you can survive in temps well below zero, should an unexpected cold front move through the mountains. Thor's nylon ripstop shell maximizes durability and minimizes weight for your convenience. The shell, along with the bag's polyester ripstop lining, has a DWR treatment too so you stay dry when water is an issue. Valandre integrated a static drawcord in the hood to cinch it tightly around your forehead when temps get critical. The bag also has an anatomic draft collar to keep warmth in the bag, while Read More

Valandre
$439.95 at Backcountry.com

Valandre aptly named its Ultralight Mirage 55-Degree Down Sleeping Bag because it looks a lot lighter than a bag that warms you in... temps as low as 30-degrees Fahrenheit. Weighing close to one pound, the Mirage makes a fantastic ultralight companion when you backpack through the Uinta mountains or climb for days on big walls at Denali National Park. Almost thirteen ounces of 850+ goose down plus the sleeping bag's natural loft abilities mean you can look forward to many warm nights. Made with the same materials Valandre used in its bags that have seen the camps of K2 and Everest, the Mirage's polyamide ripstop shell and polyester ripstop lining keep the durability up and the weight down. A static drawcord is integrated in the hood to seal out cold weather when temps get too cold for you. The Mirage compresses down a surprising amount so you can bring extra fuel or a bottle of whiskey for celebrating your ascent. Read More

The North Face
$338.95 at Backcountry.com

Play yourself a backcountry lullaby with The North Face Green Kazoo Women's 5 Degree Down Sleeping Bag. The uber-comfortable yet p...ainfully squeaky siren song of water-resistant 650-fill ProDown will lure to you bed at 2 in the afternoon and keep you there 'til who knows when, while the buzzing, honking symphony of draft-blocking collars, zipper baffles, and sleeping pad attachment loops will ensure you spend your afternoons, evenings, nights, and mornings in serious warmth and comfort. But enough kazoo talk. The North Face designed the Green Kazoo to be a superlight three-plus-season backpacking bag, with an EN comfort rating of 21 degrees, and a lower limit of 9, which is enough for all but the frostiest winter trips. It also has anti-compression ground pads, which are designed to help preserve the down's loft, and therefore its warmth, and women's-specific insulation mapping, so there's more warmth where you need it. A shaped drawcord hood seals in all your hard-earned warm air, and won't let it o Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$179.95 at Backcountry.com

If you're packing a down-filled sleeping bag and you get caught in a spring downpour, you could be in for a long cold night. Not s...o with the Mountain Hardwear Lamina 35 Sleeping Bag. The Thermal. Q synthetic insulation and water-resistant DWR finish make the bag an ideal choice for damp conditions and high humidity. And the low weight of just two and a half pounds won't hold you back when you're on a summer backpacking excursion. Read More

Marmot
$198.95 at Backcountry.com

Laugh in the face of long miles and cold, wet nights when you're carrying the Marmot Cloudbreak 20 Sleeping Bag in your backpack. ...Two types of ultralight synthetic insulation give this sleeping bag a 20-degree temperature rating, a weight of just under three pounds, and the unique ability to retain warmth even when wet. Marmot's engineers used 'anchors' of Thermal R Micro to add insulation at your feet and core, while the basic Thermal R insulation takes care of everything else from your ankles to waist and from your shoulders to head. Other features include a shell with a water-resistant coating, a hood designed for maximum heat retention and comfort, and unique baffles that utilize a shingle-like structure to eliminate cold spots inside. Aside from the more recreational-style Maverick or Rockaway sleeping bags, the Cloudbreak is the only 20-degree sleeping bag in Marmot's entire lineup (the standard temperature degree ratings are 0, 15, and 30). This sleeping bag is ideal for backpackers who want Read More

Marmot
$488.95 at Backcountry.com

Ever tried to knit yourself a sleeping bag out of live geese? It's hardthe geese won't sit still, and they really don't like it wh...en you try to stuff them into a little sack. If you want life to be a little warmer, lighter, and more comfortable, the Marmot Lithium 0-Degree Down Sleeping Bag is a far better option than live geese, since it's filled with pure 850-fill goose down and has a DWR-treated Pertex Microlight shell that's as light, durable, and packable as they come. Rated comfortable down to 18 degrees and manageable to 0, the Lithium is perfect for all but the chilliest winter nights, and still weighs a mind-boggling 2lb 12oz, making it Marmot's second-lightest 0-degree bag, after the Plasma 0. It seals you in snugger than a hibernating bear, with a down-filled collar and draft tube, and even uses a six-baffle hood and face muff to keep cold air from sneaking in around your head. There are stretchy baffles around the feet and head, too, for added comfort, and a trapezoidal footbox that's wi Read More

Sierra Designs
$332.95 $369.95 at Backcountry.com

The Sierra Designs Women's 30 Degree Down Mobile Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag takes sleeping bag comfort to new heights. You know where ...the mummy part comes from: it's a great form for a sleeping bag. The 31F comfort rating and 800-fill down make it work well for shoulder-season trips and high-altitude summer camping, and the DriDown means even if the down happens to get damp, it's treated to resist moisture and maintain warmth. Now to the Mobile part; this is where Sierra Designs has gotten quite innovative. Everyone knows how much it sucks to have to get out of your bag for that first cup of morning coffee. Now you don't have to. Sierra Designs added arm holes near the shoulders so you can perform all your morning duties from making coffee, to starting the bacon, to bathroom breaks. Just unzip the bottom of the bag and stick your legs out, then walk around like a funny-looking worm-zombie. To make sure that you're not dragging the bottom of the bag in the dirt, Sierra Designs added toggles so the Read More

Big Agnes
$649.95 at Backcountry.com

If you're looking for a down sleeping bag for two, and you'd like one that still has a bit of a mummy shape, and you'd also prefer... the kind of down fill that can handle a little wet weather, grab the Big Agnes Saddle Mountain SL Double 15 Degree Down Sleeping Bag. Designed to comfortably accommodate two peeps, this three-season, mummy-shaped bag features 700-fill water-repellent DownTek insulation for exceptional warmth in cold early-spring or late-fall temperatures. Plus, zippers on each side of the bag allow you to sneak away when nature calls without disturbing your sleeping beau. Read More

Therm-a-Rest
$409.95 at Backcountry.com

The Therm-a-Rest Women's Mira Sleeping Bag boasts an ultralight weight without trimming down the comfortable features so you can g...et a sound sleep whether you're backpacking or car camping. This three-season bag owes its light weight to the ThermaCapture lining that reflects your own body heat back to you, thereby allowing Therm-a-Rest to put less 750-fill goose down insulation in this bag. The Mira has a women-specific comfort mummy shape that lets you move around throughout the night rather than being confined in a standard mummy bag. Therm-a-Rest gave the Mira's polyester shell a DWR coating for excellent water-resistance. This bag also features an adjustable hood, a draft collar, and a full-length zipper down the left side. Synergy-Link connectors attach to your sleeping pad so you never fall off of it in the middle of the night, and the Toe-Asis pocket keeps your toes nice and toasty all night long. Read More

Sierra Designs
$279.95 at Backcountry.com

Even on mild summer nights, high humidity can leave you shivering in a traditional down-filled bag. Not so with the advanced insul...ation of the Sierra Designs Women's Eleanor 30 Lite 700-Fill DriDown Sleeping Bag. The DriDown technology gives each individual feather a hydrophobic finish, allowing the insulation to stay 10 times drier and twice as lofty as untreated down when exposed to humid conditions. So whether you're waiting out a summer rain shower in the Rockies or trekking through coastal forests, the women-specific Eleanor will keep you sleeping snug as a bug all the way down to 29F. Read More

The North Face
$488.95 at Backcountry.com

The North Face Inferno 0-Degree Down Sleeping Bag insulates against below-freezing temperatures so you can enjoy the frozen world ...without freezing. After all, expeditions into the frozen parts of our planet can yield the most beautiful vistas, the most pristine snow, and some pretty huge feelings of accomplishment. They can also bring cold, sleepless nights and downright dangerous situations if you aren't carrying the right sleeping bag. Read More

Marmot
$37.92 $68.95 at Backcountry.com

Your kid is too old for that cartoon character-decorated cotton bag but is not quite ready to rock a six-foot mummy bag either. Th...e Marmot Kids' 40 Degree Synthetic Mavericks 40 Semi Rec Sleeping Bag fills the gap between a sleepover sack and the grown-up bag. It's perfect for good-weather camping or sleepovers with the friends. The snagless draft tube stops heat from leaking out, and he or she can open and close the zipper without getting it caught on the baffle. Two-way zippers let them control how much fresh air comes in, and 'Feely' draw cords are easy to find and pull when extra warmth is needed. Read More

The North Face
$268.95 at Backcountry.com

If you thrive on backcountry trips in temps that would keep most other explorers house-bound, be sure to pack The North Face Dark ...Star Sleeping Bag for your next expedition. The Dark Star owes its intimidating 0-degree Fahrenheit rating to a hefty dose of Climashield Prism and Apex insulation. Read More

Rab
$494.96 $549.95 at Backcountry.com

Hunker down in the Rab Neutrino Endurance 600 27 Degree Down Sleeping Bag when the stormy weather is inevitable. Whether you're in... a snow cave or managed to set up your tent before the storm blew in, the Neutrino Endurance presents a great option for riding out the coldest and nastiest parts of your high country trek. Read More

Rab
Sea To Summit
$418.95 at Backcountry.com

Rated at 1F, the Ts3 Sleeping Bag from Sea To Summit will keep you warm when the mercury starts to really dip. Thanks to the highl...y compressible 750+ down fill, this bag is a perfect choice for ski touring and winter camping. The 2D Nanoshell fabric is highly breathable and water repellent so your down stays warm and lofty even after you brush up against condensation on your tent wall. Rest assured, the Ts3 is one asset you won't regret having with you when the snow starts to fly. Read More

Sea To Summit
$429.00 at Backcountry.com

In alpine settings, temps can drop and snow can fall almost any time of the year. With the Sea To Summit Talus Ts2 sleeping bag, y...ou'll be prepared for spring, summer, fall, and early-winter trips. Featuring 2D Nanoshell fabric on the exterior, this bag breathes while it repels water, so your 750+ down-fill never loses loft and keeps you warm all night. If you want your backcountry experience to be a pleasant one, you need to make sure your nights are just as lyrical as those long summer days, and this bag has the ability to do just that. Read More

Big Agnes
$159.95 at Backcountry.com

Despite warmer weather during the day, mountains and deserts will cool off at night, leaving you shivering if you're not prepared.... The Big Agnes Gunn Creek 30 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag surrounds you with heat-trapping Integrity synthetic insulation (kept in place by the vertical baffles) so you can snooze comfortably through the night, and has a roomy rectangular shape that lets you move around a little bit, too. The innovative Big Agnes Insoctect Tubic system optimizes the efficiency of the eco-friendly Integrity insulation by structuring it to create vertical thermal channels running the length of the bag that trap air to add comfort and warmth. To reduce weight as much as possible, the Gunn Creek forgoes insulation on the bottom of the bag, opting instead for an integrated sleeve that uses a sleeping pad as insulation, letting the bag pack down smaller than it otherwise would while the pad keeps you warmer than traditional insulation, which would only compress under your weight. A pillow pock Read More

Big Agnes
$339.59 at Backcountry.com

The folks at Big Agnes were looking out for all you Paul Bunyan types when they created the Summit Park 15-Degree Down Sleeping Ba...g. The Summit Park combines oversized dimensions with a semi-rectangular mummy shape to give you more room in the shoulders and footbox. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$699.95 at Backcountry.com

Your Mountain Hardwear Spectre Sleeping Bag laughs in the face of wet weather and mild temperatures, and that means that you'll sl...eep like a baby no matter what Mother Nature drops on your doorstep. All the serious features are here: a waterproof breathable shell, a hood engineered for maximum insulation loft, and water-repellent down insulation that fights off heat-robbing moisture. You'll need a thicker sleeping bag for the bitter cold of fall through early spring, but for everything else you can reach for the Spectre. Read More

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