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Cotton Sleep Sack

Grand Trunk Cotton Sleep Sack


Cotton Mummy Liner

Cocoon Cotton Mummy Liner


4 5 (1)

Egyptian Cotton Mummy Liner

Cocoon Egyptian Cotton Mummy Liner


5 5 (5)

Cotton Travel Sheet

Cocoon Cotton Travel Sheet


Travelsheet Couplers

Cocoon Travelsheet Couplers


4 5 (3)

CoolMax Travelsheet

Cocoon CoolMax Travelsheet


4 5 (2)

Egyptian Cotton Travelsheet

Cocoon Egyptian Cotton Travelsheet


4 5 (1)

Fleece KidBag: 60 Degree Synthetic

Cocoon Fleece KidBag: 60 Degree Synthetic


Wicking Mummy Liner

Kelty Wicking Mummy Liner


3 5 (2)

Ultra-Sil Compression Sack

Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Compression Sack

from $26.95

5 5 (8)

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Cirrus Sack

SealLine Cirrus Sack


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Storm Sack Dry Bags

SealLine Storm Sack Dry Bags

from $26.95

5 5 (6)

eVAC Dry Sack

Sea To Summit eVAC Dry Sack

from $29.95

5 5 (27)

Ultra-Sil Dry Sack

Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Dry Sack


5 5 (9)

Durable Stuff Sack

Outdoor Research Durable Stuff Sack


5 5 (5)

Compression Sack

Sea To Summit Compression Sack


5 5 (2)

How to Choose Between Sleeping Bags

The Age-Old Debate


There are a lot of factors to consider when choosing a sleeping bag, but perhaps the most basic and important of these is whether to get a bag that uses down insulation or one that uses synthetic insulation. Each insulation type has its own set of advantages and disadvantages, so picking between the two requires you to consider the type of camping you'll be doing (i.e. backpacking vs. car camping) as well as the conditions you'll be facing while you're out there.


Down is the lightest, warmest, and most packable form of insulation. However, down loses some of its insulating properties when wet and tends to be more expensive than synthetic insulation.


Synthetic insulation can better handle wet conditions and usually has a lower price tag than down, but it's also bulkier and heavier. Take this into consideration when planning long trips.