Campers hitting the backcountry in summer know that while things can cool down at night, you definitely won't need the same Cold Weather Sleeping Bag that you take on winter camping trips. Pick out a 3-season sleeping bag for your next backpacking trip.
Get Comfortable In A Warm-Weather Sleeping Bag
Once you've put down your sleeping pad base layer in your Camping Tent or hung your hammock for the night, you need a sleeping bag with a high comfort rating to get you through the night. Luckily, we've got just the bags.
Choose your shape. We've got the classic rectangular sleeping bag that harkens back to the simpler days of camping. It's got low-profile baffles that still provide plenty of cushion on the trail. Get a more snug fit from a mummy sleeping bag style. The full-length zipper make them easy to get into and out of, and the foot box leaves plenty of room for turning over during the night. We've even got rectangular shape double sleeping bags for couples or friends who want to double up at night.
Each part of our sleeping bags is built for comfort. Stay cozy warm with a draft collar and cinch hood to prevent heat loss. Then, when things start getting too toasty, venting is easy with an no-snag zipper. Plus, our soft sleeping bag liner offers the comfort you need for a good night's sleep. In the morning, you'll feel ready to pull on your Men's or Women's Hiking Boots and hit the trail again.
Hiking and Backpacking Summer Sleeping Bag
At The North Face, we know that every pound in your Hiking Backpack matters. That's why we've designed ultralight sleeping bags with high fill power goose down or synthetic insulation. You don't have the room to lug around an air mattress in your bag. Our lightweight sleeping bags help you reach summit or valley without feeling overburdened. Plus, they compress smaller than ever in their compression sacks, leaving plenty of room for you to pack your rain jacket, flannel, or other trail necessities.
With high-quality construction, you can trust that your bag will make it through the trip in one piece. The outer shell is made with ripstop fabric, so you can be rough on the trail without worry. On top, we've added our durable water-repellent (DWR) finish for sudden storms on the trail. And the water resistant down inside resists clumping and keeps you warm, even when wet.
What Is The Best Sleeping Bag For Summer?
When taking on warmer climates, you need a bag with a higher temperature rating. Rated for 25 degrees Fahrenheit and above, these down sleeping bags are made for warm nights and chilly nights, not downright frigid ones. Whether you choose the synthetic insulation of the Eco Trail Bed 35 or you want a down sleeping bag like the Eco Trail Down 35, you'' be able to grab the perfect warm-weather camping bag. Our down insulation and synthetic sleeping bags both come with stuff sacks to make them easy to pack and they're made to last. Go on camping trip after trip with your new favorite camping gear by your side.