Camping and hiking trips are something that we all look forward to eagerly. Getting away into nature can offer respite from the weariness of daily life. But for some of us, it can also be a source of discomfort.
After all, leaving your comfortable mattress back home and sleeping on a folded tarp in tents is not exactly memorable. For this reason, it is important to get yourself a proper sleeping bag that can serve as your cozy bed away from home.
With so many good options out there, it can be a daunting task to choose a sleeping bag that best suits your needs as a camper. Every other sleeping bag you see seems just as convenient to zip-up and carry along as the last one, and it can get confusing to differentiate between them.
Fret not, for we’re here to help. Read on as we talk about the top 10 zip-together sleeping bags available in the market right now.
Best Zip Together Sleeping Bag
Klymit KSB Sleeping Bag
Starting off this list, we have the most comfortable bed you could possibly ask for when you’re on the move. Filled with 650 FP down, this Klymit Sleeping bag offers dreamy comfort at a surprisingly lightweight of less than 5 pounds.
Its oversized hood can easily fit two large pillows, and its multiple zippers allow each sleeper to customize their level of warmth while eliminating unwanted drafts. It also comes with an anti-snag 4-way zipper that maximizes compatibility and makes the process of setting up this bag effortless.
Thanks to the zipper, you can completely remove the top and use it as a blanket to snuggle into anywhere you like. The Klymit KSB can easily accommodate up to two adults and fits easily inside any two-man tent available in the market.
Big Agnes Sunbeam 30 (FireLine Eco)
This one’s arguably one of the nicest looking sleeping bags that we have reviewed for this list. With DownTek insulation, the Sunbeam 30 offers a roomy, rectangle-shaped sleeping space with an integrated padded sleeve on the bottom.
With technical fabrics and construction, compressible insulation, and tons of comfort features, this comfortable sleeping bag is designed to be lightweight enough for backpacking but cozy enough that you’ll want it in the campground too.
The streamlined silhouette and mummy-shaped construction increase the thermal efficiency and help with keeping you warm from head to toe. Its padded sleeve unites easily with your sleeping pad, and as you change positions over the course of the night, will keep you from rolling off into uncomfortable positions.
TETON Sports Polara 3-in-1 Sleeping Bag
As a bag that is perfect for all-season camping, the TETON Sports Polara features a removable inner fleece liner that fits the bag like a glove. It adds warmth in colder climates and can be removed to make the sleeping bag more suitable for hotter conditions.
It’s severable removable layers make it suitable for temperatures ranging from +60°F all the way down to -10°F. This sleeping bag also sports a sturdy taffeta shell and double-layer construction, which makes it so durable that it might just be the last sleeping bag you ever need to buy.
To add icing to the cake, the Polara 3-in-1, like TETON’s other premium sleeping bags, does not have to be rolled tightly to make it compact.
With an in-pack compression bag, you can simply stuff in your sleeping bag just as effectively and not worry about ruining its shape.
TETON Sports Mammoth Double Sleeping Bag
The Mammoth Double Sleeping Bag comes by its name, to be honest. It’s huge and spacious. The soft-to-the-touch liner, draft tubes and mummy-style hood make it just right for snuggling.
Thoughtfully designed so you’ll never want to leave the comfort of your sleeping bag, the Mammoth Double sleeping bag offers comfort just like home. It even has a poly-flannel lining for that added feel of comfort. But don’t let its tame looks fool you.
It’s built with the same rugged and durable materials that TETON builds its other bags with, and it’s extremely versatile.
With the right piece-combinations, this sleeping bag can be used in temperatures as low as 0°F. When you’re not busy snuggling inside it, which we doubt will happen much, you can disassemble it to use as a comforter or blanket.
Forceatt Camping Sleeping Bag
With an oversized design and warm 250GSM padding, you can be assured of extreme comfort and warmth when using this sleeping bag. Coming in both single and double sizes, the Forceatt sleeping bag features a double-zipper design that can be used to expand or contract the bag as per your needs.
Featuring durable materials, this sleeping bag uses minimal stitching and also makes its lining hard to access, which helps make the bag less prone to wear and tear. Much like its predecessors in this list, it features top-notch waterproofing and weatherproofing so that you remain safe – be it in a snowstorm or heavy downpour.
However, we would have liked to see a slightly more compact design. But all things considered, it’s still a really great buy and you could do worse than this.
Snugpak Special Forces Combo System
Using a combination of two sleeping bags that can be zipped together, this Snugpak ‘Combo System’ is the ultimate example of versatility in a small package. It’s two constituent sleeping bags can be used independently in warmer climates or combined together in colder ones.
Both sleeping bags feature Softie Premier synthetic insulation that traps warm air to retain heat even when thoroughly wet; does not lose thermal properties over time. It also comes equipped with extra tough paratex steelplate outer shell fabric, which is breathable, water wicking, water repellent, and windproof.
To layer its two bags together, you have a very intuitive centre zip baffle that aligns them. All these awesome features do not come cheap, and there might be more economical options out there for you.
However, you don’t buy a sleeping bag every day, and if you’re looking to invest in a good one, this Snugpak Combo System is worth a look.
Snugpak Jungle Bag
This one’s ideal for tropical conditions and designed for compression packing to facilitate convenient travel. Engineered for maximum efficiency in hot and humid conditions, its light insulation also allows it to pack smaller than a coconut.
With its square foot design and full-length zipper placement, the Jungle Bag can also be opened out into a blanket to offer more versatility while travelling. Most notably, its paratex fabric treatments offer antibacterial and anti-microbial properties to prevent odor caused by bacteria.
The Jungle Bag is also equipped with a concealed roll away mosquito netting that can be zipped over the face. If you’re looking for an undisturbed night’s sleep when you’re out in the tropics, you needn’t look further.
TETON Sports Deer Hunter Sleeping Bag
Sleeping in the Deer Hunter Sleeping Bag is like sleeping on a cloud. This warm sleeping bag was built for comfort and to last a lifetime. It’s filled with innovative fiber fill that is rated to below freezing temperatures.
The mummy-style hood can cinch in around your head for additional warmth and keeps your pillow clean. Its durable canvas shell will stand up to years of rigorous adventures. It’s a warm, comfortable sleeping bag that’s soft to the touch.
However, it does compromise on aspects such as weatherproofing and waterproofing which may or may not be a big deal for you depending on your activities. Overall, however, it’s worth the buy if you’re in the market for a comfortable sleeping bag.
Coleman Heritage Big & Tall Sleeping Bag
You can be sure of one thing with this sleeping bag: you will stay warm on camping and hunting excursions wherever you go. It’s filled with five pounds of Holofill 808 insulation, which offers high-loft, hollow-core fibers that prevent body heat from escaping.
In terms of size, it’s one of the few bags that can fit really tall campers with relative ease. This Coleman sleeping bag also sports a heavy-duty cotton cover material, cotton flannel liner, a zipper guard to prevent snags, and a FiberLock to prevent insulation from shifting.
Due to its materials, it’s not water-resistant or weather-resistant. It also weighs in at a whopping 9 pounds, but for some, the level of comfort it offers may we worth the effort it takes to lug it around.
Tough Outdoors Lumberjack Sleeping Bag
With a nice finish and clean look, this oversized sleeping bag offers everything that you would expect from a standard sleeping bag. Featuring a single-zip design, the sleeping bag can be unfolded into a warm blanket – much like other sleeping bags in this list.
The Lumberjack sleeping bag uses basic but durable materials and is largely weatherproof and waterproof. It is, however, not the most compact sleeping bag at around 5-6 lbs for the whole package. While it does have some insulation, this sleeping bag is not suitable for extremely cold weather but can hold its own very well in mild climates.
Overall, it’s a good option for casual adventurers looking for a pocket-friendly and adequately comfortable sleeping back.