Kinds of Sleeping Bags
Sportsman's Guide

6 Different Kinds of Sleeping Bags You Should Really Slip Into

Camping season signals a need for a sleeping bag. Here are a few varieties.

If your bag is beat, you'd better gear up. A new camping season is nearly upon us and there's nothing worse than getting into the field and finding your old bag is inadequate.

Now's the time to determine exactly what kind of sleeping bag you really need, and find it for a reasonably good price so you can start using it ASAP.

These six sleeping bags, all available from Sportsman's Guide, will keep you cozy this camping season.

1. U.S. Military Surplus 3-Layer ECWS Sleeping Bag System

The U.S. Military had the right idea implementing this great sleeping bag system. You too can own this bag with a GORE-TEX® Bivy Sack. No matter what the weather throws your way, you will be well prepared.

2. HQ ISSUE Tactical Sleeping Bag With Arms

If you're combining a camping and hunting trip (or defending your site against unwanted critters), having use of your arms might be quite helpful. Luckily, this sleeping bag has arms. Of course, you could always just have a meal or a drink without even leaving your sleeping bag. Now that is a brilliant idea.

3. Guide Gear Rectangular Double Sleeping Bag

Camping with that special someone no longer has to mean sleeping in separate bags. A roomy double sleeping bag makes the best use of body heat, right? For survival purposes only, right?

4. Guide Gear Twin Air Bed Fitted Cover/Sleeping Bag

When a sleeping pad just won't cut it, this great all-in-one package ready for a good night's rest.

5. Klymit KSG Down Oversized Sleeping Bag

For many campers, a traditional sleeping bag might be too small and constrictive. Get an oversized sleeping bag and have plenty of room to move and not feel claustrophobic.

6. Guide Gear Fleece Sleeping Bag Liner

When the night is too cold for a traditional sleeping bag, use a sleeping bag liner to add warmth. It will keep the chill off and is quickly removable if the weather turns warmer.