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3-Season Sleeping Bag, 4-Season Sleeping Bag, Unisex, -2 Comfort Temperature
3-Season Sleeping Bag, 4-Season Sleeping Bag, -4 Comfort Temperature
There are a few things to keep in mind when buying a sleeping bag:
The price of a sleeping bag can vary from anything under £50 and up to a couple of hundred pounds. The price will increase if you have special requirements or want to use the sleeping bag when it’s colder outside. On the other hand, if you’re just looking for a sleeping bag for summer nights in the car or a tent, you can find options for under £50. Your needs are what controls the price.
When you are out on a hike or the like, the sleeping bag is often stored in a compression bag. Compression bags compress the sleeping bag to minimise the space it would normally take up in the bag. This will make the sleeping bag take up less space in your backpack; space that you can use for other items. When you store your sleeping bag at home, you should store it in a cloth bag, as sleeping bags should not be stored in compression bags too long, because you risk that the filling in the sleeping bag separates over time. This can lead to air pockets that let in cold air when you use it.
The length of the sleeping bag is very important for comfort. Most sleeping bags come in various lengths, so that you can find the length that suits you. It will always be better to buy a sleeping bag that is a little too long than a little too short, as you’ll not be able to stretch your body out in a short sleeping bag, and this may have a negative effect on your sleep.
How warm a sleeping bag you should buy depends on what season you’re going to use it in. Different types of sleeping bags can handle different maximum and minimum temperatures. One thing to keep in mind is that the level of tolerance for cold and heat varies from person to person, depending on both physiological and psychological factors. Only you can decide how cool the temperature should be when you sleep; a good sleeping bag will give you sufficient temperature on warm days and cold days.
How often you wash your sleeping bag depends entirely on how much you use it. If you need to wash your sleeping bag, you should do so at a low temperature and without rinse aid, preferably with a detergent that is suitable or made for sleeping bag material. You can also buy a special sheet that’s made for sleeping bags. These are easy to put on and off and wash, and you’ll not have to wash the sleeping bag as often.