Sleeping in a comfy sleeping bag after a long day in the great outdoors is an amazing feeling. We’re here to help you find the right sleeping bag for you! We will be breaking down the best sleeping bags of 2022 so that you can rest easy on your next camping trip.
Best All-Around: The North Face Dolomite One Sleeping Bag
The Dolomite One from The North Face is the best choice if you like to camp in a wide variety of climates or seasons. This innovative sleeping bag is like having 3 bags in 1, with its patented interchangeable liner system you can be comfortable sleeping in 15°F, 30°F or 50°F temperatures. This versatile bag is also super roomy, featuring a comfort liner and HeatSeeker insulation so it is warm even when wet.
Best Sleeping Bag for Backpacking: Sierra Designs Indy Pass Down 30° Sleeping Bag
The Indy Pass Down 30° has 550-fill hydrophobic down for lightweight, warmth that’s easily packable for the trail. This sleeping bag even has enough room to sprawl out in. It also has a cinchable hood to keep your pillow in place, an internal stash pocket to keep your small essentials close, and anti-snag zippers so you can easily get in and out.
Best Double Sleeping Bag: Kelty Tru.Comfort Doublewide 20 Sleeping Bag
The Tru.Comfort Doublewide is perfect for two and is even big enough for two standard pillows. This sleeping bag has two separate blankets for each party and two separate foot vents so you can control the temperature on your side. Even better, this sleeping bag comes with a stuff sack so it can be packed away when you’re done.
Best Women's-Specific Sleeping Bag: Sierra Designs Women's Synthesis 20° Sleeping Bag
The Women’s Synthesis 20° is a do-it-all sleeping bag. This sleeping bag has SierraLoft™ synthetic insulation combined with durable and lightweight materials found in premium sleeping bags. It has the patented self-sealing foot vent, cinching hood, and a DRW treatment to keep you dry.
Best Value Sleeping Bag: Kelty Mistral 40 Sleeping Bag
The Mistral 40 is the perfect sleeping bag to buy without breaking the bank. This sleeping bag has a comfort hood to help block out the cold and keep the heat in. It also has a roomy foot box so you can wiggle your toes. Plus, it also has draft-locked zippers to keep the cold out and a sack to pack it away in when you’re done.
Picking a sleeping bag could make or break your night under the stars, so it is important that you find the right one for you. Stop by the Ski Shack if you would like to see any of these sleeping bags in person or if you have any questions about camping gear, and our team can help you out!