Should I buy a Synthetic or Down Sleeping Bag?

Should I buy a Synthetic or Down Sleeping Bag?

When choosing a sleeping bag an important decision that can help you narrow down the range is whether you should pick a synthetic or down sleeping bag.  But what is the difference?  We’ve put together this guide to help you choose. When we talk about Down vs Synthetic we are referring to the filling within …
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Robens Downlite 700 Sleeping Bag

Robens Downlite 700 Sleeping Bag

The Robens Downlite 700 Sleeping Bag is a high performance duck down sleeping bag.  The Downlite 700 has comfort tempuratures for Ladies of -2 Celcius, or for men of -9 Celcius.  If you’re not sure what Temperature rating you’re looking for read our guide to sleeping bag temperature ratings.  To give you an idea the …
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What do Sleeping Bag Season and Temperature ratings mean?

What do Sleeping Bag Season and Temperature ratings mean?

A sleeping bag could be one of your most important camping purchases, it has a major part to play in how much of a restful night you will get and your energy for the next day!  We’re here to help you understand what the gobbledegook means and how to pick the right sleeping bag for you.  …
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What is a Sleeping Bag Liner?

What is a Sleeping Bag Liner?

One of our readers has dropped us an email and asked “What is a Sleeping Bag Liner?” and should they get one.  We’re happy to help!  Firstly a sleeping bag liner is exactly what it sounds like a liner that you put inside a sleeping bag, they are often made of silk or fleece.  There …
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Rab Infinity 300 Sleeping Bag

Rab Infinity 300 Sleeping Bag

The Rab Infinty 300 Sleeping Bag is a super-lightweight sleeping bag filled with high quality 850 fill European goose down and using very light Pertex Quantum GL fabrics. The Infinity 300 is a very lightweight sleeping bag at just 656g offering very impressive weight to warmth ratios. Filled with 300g of high quality 850 fill power European …
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