20 10 27 07 11 48 original 600x600 sleeping bag   budget
20 10 27 07 11 48 original 600x600 sleeping bag   budget

Sleeping Bag - Budget

Keeping a lightweight cold weather sleeping bag on hand can be very handy in an evacuation scenario. In moments when you need to grab your gear and go you want to have comfortable, durable options for getting a good night sleep.

Pair it with a pad and tent or tarp and this mummy bag is perfect for use in an emergency shelter. Store it near your go-bag so it's ready to go.

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Survival Purpose

One of the primary survival priorities in an evacuation scenario is to keep out of extreme elements and keep your body at a healthy temperature. Having a warm sleeping bag for your emergency shelter can make a huge difference in getting rest and staying comfortable at night. 

A durable, lightweight sleeping bag is required for a comfortable night. This 2.8 pound mummy bag is made of high-quality material: 350T Polyester with coating shell makes the sleeping bag ultra soft, waterproof and rip-stop, So it can keep you warm even in extreme weather and prevent you from any dampness. Comes with 200G/㎡ Hollow Fiber fill which enhances non-allergetic, pro-environmental and better insulating performance. You'll feel comfortable when temperature is between 35F and 40F. But these are designed to keep the average sleeper warm even at near-freezing temperatures (20F).

We have both high end and mid level sleeping bags. The type of campout we go on determines which ones we use. The one universal lesson we've learned is that spending time in the outdoors after a bad night's sleep is MISERABLE. Being comfortable, warm and getting a good night's sleep is PARAMOUNT to keeping it together during the days. If you have the budget, this is one area we highly recommend investing in a great cold weather sleeping bag.

What We Like

  • Light Weight - At just under 3 pounds the mummy bag and stuff sack make a great addition to a go-bag. 
  • Designed for Mobility - Once stowed in its bag the sleeping bag fits snuggly in a pack for on-the-go mobility.
  • Water Resistant - The polyester shell and fill offer some resistance to water and even when wet the bag continues to insulate to some degree.

Tips and Recommendations

  • Trial Run - Take it camping so you know how to set it up and stow it away after. 
  • Store It Dry - If you use it, put it away clean and dry so it doesn't mildew.
  • Put It Back - If you use it, put it back. Emergency gear has a tendency to walk off when raided for common use.
  • Comfort Is Key - When you set it up you're goal is to make a great night's sleep. Find a place on the ground where you can put your pad and be the most comfortable.
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