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Best Sleeping Bags

Best Sleeping Bags

A good sleeping bag can be essential to an enjoyable camping trip. We covered a lot of campgrounds to find the best bags for every camping challenge.
REI Co-op Camp Prep Table

REI Co-op Camp Prep Table

This table has a stylish look along with an all-steel frame and independently adjustable legs, allowing it to be very strong and sturdy even on uneven terrain.
REI Co-op Camp Roll Table

REI Co-op Camp Roll Table

This square camp table has a robust design that is lightweight for its size, sturdy, larger than average, easy to set up.
The North Face Dolomite One

The North Face Dolomite One

Stackable and interchangeable top quilts give this bag the ability to provide customized warmth in a wide variety of temperatures.
REI Co-op Siesta Hooded 25

REI Co-op Siesta Hooded 25

This bag goes the extra mile in providing features that make it stand out when compared to the average rectangle sleeping bag. It's better-than-average design comes with a higher price tag...
Cocoon Air-Core Hood/Camp Pillow

Cocoon Air-Core Hood/Camp Pillow

If you've seen one Cocoon pillow, you've pretty much seen them all. However, their dedication to consistent core design values has created a backpacking pillow that is well-built, plush...
Coleman Compact

Coleman Compact

This table is good enough for light duty, but don't push your luck beyond the basics. It will suffice for occasional use at a campsite
TETON Sports Deer Hunter

TETON Sports Deer Hunter

Loaded with extra features, this bag is very eye-catching and trendy, making it a fun addition to the casual camper's gear stash.
Therm-a-Rest Air Head Down Pillow
Top Pick

Therm-a-Rest Air Head Down Pillow

Gimmicky was our first thought, but this pillow gave us the stare-down right out of the package and proceeded to prove itself as one of the more comfortable inflatables we've studied to...
Cocoon Air-Core Ultralight

Cocoon Air-Core Ultralight

The Air-Core sits up tall, takes up a lot of space, and has enough support to handle the pressure of any sleeper. It's just not as comfortable as some of the other pillows we've seen.
REI Co-op Camp Dreamer

REI Co-op Camp Dreamer

Side sleepers may want to take a hard pass. Back sleepers could probably get by. Stomach sleepers, who like a firmer pillow, will be happy.
Sea to Summit Aeros Down

Sea to Summit Aeros Down

It's lightweight, packable, and comfortable. This quilted, down-filled pillow top goes a long way to soften the reverse pressure that comes with most inflatables.
Rumpl Stuffable Fleece

Rumpl Stuffable Fleece

This stuffable pillow is lightweight, easy to use, very quiet and comfortable. Just make sure you pack extra clothes because leaves and bark will work but not nearly as well as socks and...
Big Agnes AXL Air Pillow

Big Agnes AXL Air Pillow

Its comfort level is tolerable at best, but the goal with this pillow isn't sleeping nirvana, it's more about lessening the load on your back.
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