Or if you prefer your luxuries, you can also consider buying an airbed to sleep on, but if you do, ensure it fits in your tent before taking it away with you. The last thing you want is to arrive at your designated camp site and find that your sleeping equipment is too big. This will ruin your entire camping experience before you even make it through your first night, and as we know, a bad night's sleep will set the mood for the rest of your stay. And we don't want that.
The shape of the actual sleeping bag is down to personal preference. The general choices are the usual rectangular shape, the tapered shape, or the mummy bag. Some people may not like the feel of sleeping in a normal rectangular shaped bag, preferring the closeness of a tapered one, whereas others may feel too claustrophobic.
So those are the things to note. There may be other considerations in choosing a sleeping bag. However, I hope these ones certainly help you narrow down your choices.
Sleeping Bag Wednesday , April 04th , 2018 - 20:53:04 PM
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