Good night dreams: 10 best sleeping bags

Whether you’re off to a festival, a weekend in the sun or some serious trekking at altitude, we find the kit to meet your camping needs

Camping season is upon us. Whether you’re off to a festival or backpacking – or your kids are off to scout camp – you’ll need a sleeping bag.

Problem is, the sleeping bag market is a crowded one. This year alone, there are improved versions of existing ones and plenty of brand new ones too. To help you find the sleeping bag best suited for your needs, we have tested this season’s new launches. Read on to find the best of them.

Click on the gallery to see the IndyBest Buys


The Outwell County Double is our favourite for a double sleeping bag. It’s more comfortable than most duvets, although it comes with a hefty price tag. If you’re heading off trekking, Kelty’s Ignite Dridown 20 will keep you cosy.  And our mini testers loved the Vango Wilderness Junior Penguin.

Buy now

1. Hi Gear Snoozzz, £39.99

2. Vango Venom 600, £186.19

3. Easy Camp Florida Double, £39.99

4. Tesco Rectangular Sleeping Bag, £15

5. Kelty Ignite 20 Deg 600 DriDown, £164.98

6. Vango Wilderness Junior Penguin, £24.99

7. Outwell County Double, £130.99

8. Mammut Nordic EMT 3-season, £69.99

9. Kelty Woobie 30, £31.53

10. Aleutian 55/13, £80

IndyBest product reviews are unbiased, independent advice you can trust. On some occasions, we earn revenue if you click the links and buy the products, but we never allow this to bias our coverage. The reviews are compiled through a mix of expert opinion and real-world testing