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3 Great Cold Weather Sleeping Bags You Haven’t Heard Of

Nothing ruins a nice fall camping trip like tossing and turning all night because you’re cold. Sometimes you even put that last layer on at 1am and you’re still cold. Researching cold weather sleeping bags can make all the difference. Here are three great choices that you might not have heard of.

Kelty Tumbler 30/50

kelty tumbler 30 50
Kelty Tumbler 30/50


The Kelty Tumbler 30/50 is a versatile bag that accommodates different temperatures with two different levels of loft. One side of the sleeping bag is lower loft for sleeping in temps around 50 degrees. If it’s going to be a cooler night you can flip it over to be covered by the high loft side – down to about 30 degrees. It also includes external snaps, in case you want to secure it inside another sleeping bag as a liner for even colder temps.

Price: $84.95

Ticla Besito G.O.O.D. Sleeping Bag Kit

Ticla Besito Good Sleeping Bag Kit
Ticla Besito Sleeping Bag kit

The Ticla Besito G.O.O.D. Sleeping Bag Kit makes sleeping anywhere other than your bed a snap. The stuff sack includes a sleeping bag and a sleeping pad – with room for a pillow, headlamp and book! Everything you need to relax in style. The sleeping bag has different levels of loft on each side, just like the Kelty Tumbler. One side for cool, one side for cold. The included sleeping pad makes the Ticla Besito G.O.O.D. Sleeping Bag Kit a great buy.

Price: $180.00

NEMO Nocturne 30 Sleeping Bag

NEMO Nocturne 30 Sleeping Bag
NEMO Nocturne 30 Sleeping Bag

The NEMO Nocturne 30 Sleeping Bag has won numerous awards for it’s unique design. They made the claim that mummy bags aren’t all that comfortable and, well…they’re right. The Nocturne 30 flares out at the elbows and the knees to accomodate any style of sleeper. The down actually repels water and maintains loft in the wettest conditions. There is also a tuckable blanket fold in the hood that can be wrapped around the head to reduce draft. It’s a very well thought out design that is worth the price if you’re an avid camper.

Price: $329.95

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