Sleeping Bags for the Winter Months
Do you love to go camping when it is nice and frosty outside, but are you still missing a good sleeping bag for your trip?
No need to write off that camping trip just yet, because Anaconda has an outstanding range of sleeping bags for cold environments.
Discover our list of recommended winter sleeping bags below and pick your favourite!
The Oztrail Compact 150 Sleeping Bag
An Oztrail Compact 150 sleeping bag will give you all the comfort and warmth for an affordable price.
To provide its excellent features, the Oztrail Compact 150 is equipped with the EXOTHERM Ultra Fill, which delivers superior heat insulation as well as a comfortable night sleep.
The Oztrail compact 150 has more than good filling material, because the sleeping bag has a tapered design finished with chest collars for extra warmth.
The outer shell of the sleeping bag is made from polyester, which provides extra resistance against humid environments and protects the filling material inside the sleeping bag.
One of the biggest benefits for many people who purchase the Oztrail Compact 150 is its incredible light carry weight. The Oztrail Compact 150 only weighs 150 grams, so hikers who travel light will have no difficulty adding this sleeping bag to their backpack.
The Dune Flinders Jumbo Hooded Sleeping Bag
Adventurers who like their sleeping bag with a lot of padding for extra softness will adore the Dune Flinders Jumbo.
The Dune Flinders Jumbo contains a lot of hollow fibres, which provide plenty of warmth and softness during a cold night.
Another benefit of hollow fibre filling material is its easy maintenance. When you are dealing with other filling materials such as down, you will need special cleaning methods to ensure you do not damage the down inside the sleeping bag. However, this problem is not something you will experience with hollow fibre filling, considering these fibres are not as delicate as down.
Campers who choose the Dune Flinders Jumbo will be able to camp in temperatures of minus 5 degrees Celsius.
With additional features such as a polyester diamond rib stop and additional draw strings to tighten the shoulders and hooded area, you can count on the fact that you will be warm!
The Coleman Mudgee Sleeping Bag
Coleman is known for their comfortable sleeping bags, but they have really outdone themselves with the Coleman Mudgee. The Coleman Mudgee will keep you warm and comfortable in temperatures of minus 3 degrees and is 1.9 metres long. The length of the sleeping bag and its great insulation ensures the comfort of the camper.
The Coleman Mudgee also has a feature that tends to be missing from a lot of sleeping bags, the Thermolock System. The Thermolock System will prevent heat loss through the zipper, which means that you can except stable heat insulation with this particular design.
Even though the Coleman Mudgee is an excellent choice for a colder camping trip, it can be used in warmer environments as well. The design of the Coleman Mudgee allows the opening of the bottom part of the sleeping bag, providing ventilation when you need it.
The Coleman Pilbara Hooded Sleeping Bag
Coleman has conquered many spots in our overview of the best sleeping bags for winter camping.
Another great option from the Coleman brand is the Coleman Pilbara, a sleeping bag that can be used in temperatures of minus 5 degrees Celsius.
The Coleman Pilbara is an incredibly large sleeping bag, which accommodates to the taller campers. A Coleman Pilbara sleeping bag measures 230 x 100 cm and has plenty of room inside, so you can easily move your arms and legs.
On the inside of the Coleman Pilbara you will find an inner lining of flannel. Where warmth is concerned, flannel is probably one of the best materials to provide it. If you often find yourself getting cold during your winter camping trips, you will not get disappointed when you choose the Coleman Pilbara.
The Denali Capsule 700 Down Sleeping Bag
The Denali Capsule has a whopping comfort rating of minus 10 degrees Celsius and is the recommended option for extra cool climates.
Denali Capsule 700 sleeping bags can provide a lot of warmth thanks to the 700 grams of down that was used for the creation of this camping masterpiece. The use of down also made the sleeping bag lighter than most sleeping bags for winter camping, because the Denali Capsule 700 sleeping bag only weighs 1.5 kilograms.
Quality does come with a price, so the Denali Capsule 700 is a little more expensive than the average sleeping bag. That being said, the quality of the Denali is definitely worth the investment.
If you want to benefit from a Denali sleeping bag, but find the cost of the Denali Capsule 700 a little steep, there are other alternatives such as the Denali Capsule 300 and the Denali Capsule 500.
The Black Wolf Zambezie Camper Sleeping Bag
When you are looking for a good price-quality ratio, the Black Wolf Zambezie Camper might be a good option for you.
The Black Wolf Zambezie Camper has the well-known Powerloft 4 insulation and soft flannel lining, making this sleeping bag suitable for winter camping in minus 4 degrees Celsius.
The Black Wolf company has used a combination of different fabrics to provide great features for an affordable price. With materials such as high density polyester and flannel lining, Black Wolf was able to keep the price of this sleeping bag low.
Black Wolf Zambezie sleeping bags also come with a variety of extra features. In addition to the warmth the flannel lining provides, the manufacturers also added a contoured hood, draft collar and draft flap to keep the cold at bay.
Which Is the Best Winter Camping Sleeping bag?
Choosing one particular sleeping bag as the best of them all is incredibly difficult, especially when you consider the fact that the needs of campers can vary considerably.
However, if we had to recommend one out of them all, we would choose the Denali Capsule 700.
This sleeping bag has comfort, warmth and features you did not even know existed!