If you’re in the market for a new sleeping bag, there’s one obvious big question: do you opt for natural down filling or a synthetic alternative?
Jon Doran tries out an unusual synthetic-filled sleeping bag with a gently body-hugging stretch seam construction that really does up both comfort and efficiency – if you’re a restless outdoors sleeper, this could be the bag for you.
Here’s the thing. No-one ever really regretted a sleeping bag that was slightly too warm, but there’s nothing more miserable than shivering all night in a bag that’s simply not warm enough…
We test out the new range of Rab Mythic sleeping bags, which offer superb warmth-to-weight performance
The Hogan SUL 1-2P is based on a tried-and-tested configuration that has been used by Vaude for a number of years on tents such as the Taurus and Terratrio, namely one pole running lengthwise down the spine of the tent and one pole crossing at the entrance to form a vestibule at one end.
This spring Patagonia launch their first ever sleeping bag range, consisting of two down-filled models – we grabbed the 3-season model to try out…
The Enan is a very light, very strong, three-season tent
The Anjan 2 was designed as a very light tent for mobile adventures in warmer and snow-free conditions
The Laser Competition 2 tent offers a mix of super-low weight and added comfort
Mountain Hardware’s lightest double wall two-person tent