Customer reviews & ratings
Coleman Silverton Sleeping Bag Review (0 Degree Adult Mummy)
As any long distance hiker will tell you, packing light is not just a matter of preference. It is essential for the completion of a backcountry adventure, especially a multi-day one. We know that choosing a lightweight sleeping bag can be tricky, with different shapes and features to consider that are all made to support you in various climate conditions. For more of our top backpacking gear recommendations, check out the Best Backpacking Sleeping Bags. This is one of the lightest sleeping bags on the market, with a weight of only around 1 pound. Its super light weight combined with a compressed volume of just 3 liters makes it very portable and easy to pack. Its goose down is hydrophobic, meaning it repels water, and the shell also has a durable water repellent DWR coating — all to keep you dry and warm in your endeavors.
12 Of The Best Sleeping Bags For Adults (Updated for 2020)
Finding the best sleeping bag for camping adventures can be a hassle, but knowledge is power. Our buyers guide will introduce you some of the major brands, types, and design features of some of sleeping bags. From small, ultralight bags weighing less than three pounds to large, queen-size bags designed for two people, you have many options to explore.
We have selected these bags prioritising comfort, durability, affordability, and suitability to Australian 3 season camping. In each review below we note the temperature rating. These are provided by the manufacturer and should be taken as a guide only. In reality, best practice, and the approach most people take, is to go with a temperature rating slightly lower than the lowest you expect to encounter.