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How to Choose a Down Sleeping Bag

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Down

Down bags have a fill rating that indicates the amount of volume one ounce of down occupies. The higher the fill-rating, the loftier the down. It provides more warmth with less weight.

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Shape

Mummy-shaped bags taper towards your feet to reduce volume and hold warmth closer to your body. These bags can feel restrictive to some. A semi-rectangular bag can offer more room to move.

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Moisture Management

Down insulates less when wet. Some bags feature hydrophobic treatments on the outer fabric or on the down itself (like DriDown) to keep the down insulation dry.

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