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Sleeping Bags

We offer a range of sleeping bags from backpacking ultralight to car-camping comfort. Built for all seasons and designed for people of all shapes and sizes. Find the bag that really fits you – and fits your adventure.

Lightweight technicalCamping & Backpacking Sleeping Bags

Sea to Summit's sleeping bag range is designed to keep you warm and comfortable, no matter your adventure. From backpacking to weekend camping, you can find a complete sleep system that is customized for your sleep style, the temperature you prefer and the terrain you're venturing into.

Rest easy knowing Sea to Summit sleeping bags are made from the highest quality materials, including RDS-certified premium down, bluesign® certified fabrics and non-PFC finishes. Explore our unique features like the Free Flow Zip System, engineered for women specific shapes, and soft to touch fabrics for enhanced comfort and versatility.

Find the perfect bag for your next adventure, from ultralight to heavy-duty and everything in between.

Frequently Asked questions

What's the difference between a synthetic and down sleeping bag?

Synthetic Sleeping Bags: still insulates when wet. Up-front cost is lower, but heavier and bulkier and have a shorter lifespan. 

Down Sleeping Bags: not ideal in very wet environments. Higher up-front cost, but lighter, packs smaller and lasts much longer.

Can you sleep on your side in mummy sleeping bag?

The cut of mummy sleeping bags varies between brands - some are really tight. Sea to Summit Spark sleeping bags fit snugly but still allow side sleeping. Ascent, Trek, Traverse and Venture sleeping bags have a broader mummy cut that is perfect for side sleepers.

Is this sleeping bag machine washable?

Do not wash a sleeping bag in a top-loader washing machine - a front-loader with a wool or silk program is OK. Use down soap (supermarket detergent residue sticks insulation fibers together). Dry the bag in a dryer (cool or warm) with a couple of clean tennis balls.

How do I care for/ store my sleeping bag?

Make sure your sleeping bag is completely dry before storing (in a cool, dry place) in a bag or pouch that will allow the bag to loft up. Pro tip - use a liner to reduce frequency of washing. 

How to pack a sleeping bag in a backpack?

Pack bulkier sleeping bags in a compression sack (compression dry bag for wet environments). Pack compact sleeping bags in an eVac Dry Bag. Pro-tip: always have your sleeping bag inside your pack at the bottom: mounted externally, they can snag on branches.