Category: Sleeping Bags

Sleeping Bag Reviews

In the sleeping bag reviews at ActiveGearReview.com, you’ll get the first hand user experience from a well versed tester who’s an experienced camper and backpacker.  We test sleeping bags from brands like The North Face, Marmot, Big Agnes, Thermarest, and more in a wide range of scenarios including car camping, backpacking, and winter camping.

ZenBivy

Zenbivy Light Bed

Zenbivy Partners with Indiegogo to Crowd Fund Launch their Zipper-Less Sleeping Bag A year ago, Zenbivy disrupted the conventional way of sleeping outdoors with their revolutionary 2-piece Zenbivy Bed sleeping bag. Fast forward to...

Therm-a-Rest Oberon 0F/-18C Review

For over 45 years, Therm-a-Rest has been committed to creating a better way to camp – from technical camping mattresses to sleeping bags, cots, hammocks, tents and more. The Seattle-based business is offering a...

Mountain Hardwear Laminina Z Torch

Mountain Hardwear Lamina Z Torch Review

  Price: $209 – 229 Temperate Rating: 5ºF/-18ºC Weight: Regular – 3 lbs. 15 oz. oz.,  Long – 4 lbs. 4 oz. oz. The Lamina Z Torch women’s sleeping bag by Mountain Hardwear is a 4-season synthetic...

Therm-a-Rest Mira Down Sleeping Bag Review

Therm-a-Rest has spent over 40 years researching how to “provide the best night of sleep for the outdoors.”  The dedication to this research was evident in the Therm-a-Rest Mira Down Sleeping Bag.  The Therm-a-Rest...

Kelty Woobie

Kelty Woobie Review

What’s the best way to get your kids into camping?  Well, clearly by getting them their own gear to bring to the party.  The Kelty Woobie is a good pick for your child to...

The North Face Furnace 5

The North Face Furnace 5 Review

This mummy bag from The North Face was made for warmth and comfort.  I tested The North Face Furnace 5 which, as the name suggests, is rated down to 5 degrees Fahrenheit.  The North...

Sierra Designs Zissou 6

Sierra Designs Zissou 6 Review

When camping in temperatures below 20 degrees F, you generally don’t want to take too many  chances with your gear.  Cold nights without the right gear can turn cold into freezing and well rested...

Deuter Dreamlite 500

Deuter Dreamlite 500 Review

Finding a sleeping bag appropriate for warm-weather camping can be tough for me. Choosing the right gear to keep warm seems easier when temperatures are expected to be near or just above freezing. But...

Thermarest Antares 20 Sleeping Bag

Thermarest Antares 20 Review

Thermarest has long been known as the go to sleeping pad company for backpacking and car camping.  They have grown over the years and expanded their sleeping pad lines, but you can only go...

Sierra Designs Cloud 15 Review

The new Cloud 15 sleeping bag from Sierra Designs tips the scale at less than 2 pounds (1lb. 12oz. for Regular size). “Wow, that’s light for a 1 or 2-season bag,” you say? Well...