Hiking in the winter weather is an adventure of its own. It is a different kind of high that you get when you see the sun’s rays glistering on the snow and the mighty mountains that are dead gorgeous. And the calmness and beauty of such places are beyond explanation. This is why more and more people take breaks from their mundane life and go for activities like hiking, trekking, and camping. But after a long day of any of these activities, you sure need to give proper rest to your body. To help your recovery and ensure you enjoy the best sleeping conditions after your hike, we'll help you choose the most appropriate sleeping bag.
Find all our tips to choose a suitable sleeping bag:
Warmth: Warmth corresponds to the external ambient temperature during the night.
The 3 main temperature categories :
For temperatures above or equal to 0°, buy Forclaz’ Trekking Sleeping Bag Trek 900 0° Feathers that is lightweight, compact and comes with an ergonomic hood.
For negative temperatures close to -10°C, buy Simond’s Down Sleeping Bag. It is a mummy shaped sleeping bag that comes with a hood and offers good coverage. Its 3D structure prevents thermal bridges and has a two-way zip opening lined with flap.
For cold temperatures, which is below -20°, buy Simond’s Down Sleeping Bag. It is a mummy shaped sleeping bag that comes with a hood and offers good coverage. Its 3D structure prevents thermal bridges and has a two-way zip opening lined with flap.
Ease Of Transport: Ease of transport is determined by weight and compactness. Depending on your requirements, buy the one that will fulfil your needs.
Comfort: Comfort will always take precedence when it comes to camping. When trekking, your mattress will be thinner so it's easier to carry.
Decathlon Sleeping bags are the best in the market. So what are you waiting for? Head to your nearest store or buy a down sleeping bag online!