lightweight, warm, small sleeping bag sub £100?
Our son’s off on hos DoE 2 day camping trip next weekend. He’s got a small down sleeping back and a silk liner but its not that warm. Fine for a night in September but not fine of the current conditions prevail into next week.
Can anyone recommend a warm, light, sleeping bag for under £100. Needs to have a small pack size too.
Thanks.Posted 4 years agoNickSubscriber
Moutain Hardware Lamina 35, cheapest I can find is £76 but they are often discounted to around £65.
Great bag, 1kg, packs small, good for just above freezing.Posted 4 years agobluebirdMember
Snugpak make some great, small sleeping bags. Not for less than £100 though.Posted 4 years ago
Gary – who with, just the school?Posted 4 years ago
As said, hat, thermals, a liner and a bivvy bag means much more warmth.
Take a second foam mat as well. Bottom of sleeping bag in rucsac.
Hot waterbottle from the waterbottle he will carry.
And keep a nice light bag for later….
I find that a liner and bivvy bag add good warmth to a bag.Posted 4 years ago
My ME Classic 500 starts to feel cold around freezing (me in undercrackers).
Add a bivvy bag and my thermals, and I have been out in -7/8/9 before, and comfy in the bag.
(below zero, I find ground temps an issue, and so add a foam mat to my cheapy Decathlon thermarest thing as well)
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