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11 Of The Warmest Sleeping Luggage For Chilly Climate Tenting

Camping in autumn or spring can make for seriously chilly nights, so when it comes to sleeping in a tent, you’ll need a decent sleeping bag that’s up to the task. For camping in the UK in Autumn or Spring, you’ll need a good 3 season sleeping bag to keep you warm, whilst if you’re looking to camp during winter, you’ll generally need to invest a bit more and choose a 4 season sleeping bag.

Read on for our pick of some of the warmest sleeping bags, including the best 3 and 4 season sleeping bags for cold weather camping, starting at under £34.99!

Prices last checked 24/09/2020

1. Therm-a-Rest Oberon 0 Down Sleeping Bag £361.25

Therm-a-Rest Oberon 0 Down Sleeping Bag £395.25

  • 3 season
  • 230T microfibre 100% polyester. Filling: Isofill Premium. Lining: Polycotton (20% cotton / 80% polyester)
  • Temperature: comfort 2°c / Limit -4°c / Extreme -20°c / Max 22°c

Buy it here

2. Trespass Chief DLX 3 Season Down Sleeping Bag £69.99

2. Trespass Chief DLX 3 Season Down Sleeping Bag £101.99

  • 3 season
  • Fill power 500, 2 way zipper, 70% duck down, 30% feather
  • Temperature: Comfort limit +5°C, Lower limit, Extreme: -8°c

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3. Vango Radiate Sleeping Bag £50.00 – £85.00

Vango radiate

  • 3 season, 10 Tog
  • A heated sleeping bag that’s a true cold-weather camping game changer. Integrated heat pad runs from any USB power bank keeping you toasty warm all night
  • Temperature: Comfort 2° / Limit -3° / Extreme -20°C

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4. Robens Coulee II Sleeping Bag £105 – £137.00

Robens Coulee II Sleeping Bag

  • 3-4 season
  • Durable, ultra soft outer 100% brushed cotton lining covers a premium Isofill filling to ensure the very best of camping comfort.
  • Temperature: Comfort rating -7°C

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5. Robens Pamir 500 Sleeping Bag, Unisex, Robens Pamir 500

Robens Unisex Pamir 500 Sleeping Bag, Unisex, Robens Pamir 500 £228.87

  • 3 season
  • Shell 100% Nylon Toray 20D taffeta, inner lining 100% nylon 20D 380T taffeta. Filling 250 g Duck Down 90: 10, 700 FP construction sewn
  • Temperature: Comfort + 21°C / Limit + 6°C /  Extreme – 6°C

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6. Vango Nitestar 250s Sleeping Bag £37.00 – £42.50

Vango Nitestar sleeping bag

  • 3 season
  • Designed for Exclusive to Decathlon. The Nitestar 300 Women’s Hiking Sleeping Bag is slightly shorter than a standard sleeping bag.
  • Temperature:  Minimum -2° / Maximum 20°

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7. Rab Ascent 900 Hydrophobic Down Sleeping Bag £259.00

Rab Ascent 900 Hydrophobic Down Sleeping Bag £259.00

  • 4 season
  • Rab’s Ascent range of sleeping bags are duck down filled performance sleeping bags designed for regular use – the Ascent 900 is the warmest, built for use in colder climates
  • Temperature: Limit -19° / comfort -11° / Extreme -40°

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8. Berghaus Transition 300 Sleeping Bag £40

Berghaus Transition 300 Sleeping Bag

  • 3 season
  • Berghaus Transition 300 is a lightweight, synthetic 3 season sleeping bag. Designed for colder months the Transition 300 is highly insulating and has a brushed polyester inner for next to skin comfort
  • Temperature: Comfort rating 2°C / Extreme rating -19°C

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9. Kelty Cosmic 20 Degree Down Sleeping Bag £128

Kelty Cosmic 20 Degree Down Sleeping Bag

  • 3 season
  • The Cosmic is a 3 season superstar with cozy, quick-drying 600 fill DriDown™. and soft-as-silk nylon taffeta fabric
  • Temperature: 20° to -7°C / Comfort -7°C

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10. Oex Fathom Evolution 350 Sleeping Bag £65.00

Oex Fathom Evolution 350 Sleeping Bag £65.00 - £80.00

  • 3 season
  • Double-layer construction for additional warmth and increased insulation featuring a 20D Nylon 380T shell for extreme comfort across three seasons
  • Temperature: Comfort 5°C / Extreme -15°C / Limit 0°C

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11. Vango Aurora XL Sleeping Bag £59.99

Vango Aurora XL Sleeping Bag

  • 3 season
  • Insulated zip baffle which retains heat within the sleeping bag and reduces cold spots and a woven zip puller allowing for quick and easy operation of the zip
  • Limit -3° / Extreme -20° / Comfort 2°

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Shell loves all things travel and outdoors and is a nature-loving, comfy-camping kinda girl. Shell started the Camping with Style blog after a serious snowboarding accident which left her with a broken back. Despite this she used the outdoors and healing power of nature to aid her recovery and she continues to spend time outdoors whenever she can.

From open water swimming, snowboarding and kayaking to hill walks and meditation, Shell shares her travels and microadventures here on the blog and in various publications she’s written for, Shell has a particular interest in promoting wellbeing and the many benefits of nature therapy.

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