The 10 Best Down Sleeping Bags
This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in January of 2017. When it comes to snoozing -- indoors or out -- there's nothing cozier than duck and goose feathers. These down sleeping bags are nearly as plush as comforters, and should be a must-have for any campers who plan on an overnight excursion during the chilly fall and winter months. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
March 04, 2019:
No matter where your adventures may take you and how you prefer to travel and snooze, there should be a down sleeping bag on this list for you. We made sure to include a good variety of temperature ratings. Those willing to face some serious cold will like the Teton Sports Altos, Hyke & Byke Snowmass, and Paria Outdoor Products Thermodown, since they should have you covered for 10- to 15-degree weather. Meanwhile, the Mountain Hardwear Unisex Flip is ready for those spring trips and is perfect for either 35 or 50 degrees, depending on which direction you flip it. We didn't want to leave out honeymooners either, which is why we added the OmniCore Designs Multi, which comes in a size suitable for two users. The Outdoor Vitals Summit 20-30, Hyke & Byke Eolus, and Klymit KSB should keep you nice and toasty when the nights drop into the mid to low 20s. Long-distance hikers who aren't expecting to experience temperatures any colder than 50 degrees will want to check out the extremely lightweight Aegismax Compactable.