Being cold when you are camping during winter is the worst possible feeling. You have packed your warmest jacket and socks, you have your scarf and gloves, yet your sleeping bag is still freezing, this is why you need a 0-degree sleeping bag.
- TETON Sports Celsius Regular Sleeping Bag
- Coleman North Rim Mummy Sleeping Bag
- TETON Sports Celsius XXL Sleeping Bag
- SJK Ronin 0-Degree Sleeping Bag
- Suisse Sport Everest Sleeping Bag
- TETON Sports Polara 3-in-1 Sleeping Bag
- ALPS Mountaineering 0-Degree Sleeping Bag
- Wenzel Windy Pass 0-Degree Mummy Sleeping Bag
- ALPS Mountaineering Crescent Lake 0-Degree Sleeping Bag
- High Peak Outdoors Cascade Sleeping Bag
TETON Sports Celsius Regular Sleeping Bag
This 0-degree bag from Teton will make you feel like you never left your bed. With its poly-flannel lining and mummy style hood, it will take some horrendous weather before you feel the cold.
This bag is made to be tough and durable. The poly-flannel lining will keep you feeling cozy all through the night, while the rugged taffeta shell will serve you for years to come, no matter if your sleeping in a tent, on a bunk or in the open countryside.
Coleman North Rim Mummy Sleeping Bag
This mummy style sleeping bag from Coleman is designed to keeping you warm in temperatures as low as 0 degrees. Even though it is compact and has a hood, it can comfortably fit anyone up to 6 feet and 2 inches tall.
The 100% polyester body and fill are strong and warm, while the quilting constructions keep all the warm air trapped close to your body. The Thermalock draft tube adds warmth and adds to the heat retention of the bag.
TETON Sports Celsius XXL Sleeping Bag
This bag from Teton is the much larger version of the Sports Regular bag we reviewed earlier. The bag is large enough to spread out comfortably with the poly-flannel lining and hood keeping you warm all through the night.
The unique thing about Teton sleeping bags is that you never have to roll them up to pack them away. You start at the bottom, and push them into the compression sack, before tightening the heavy straps.
SJK Ronin 0-Degree Sleeping Bag
The SJK Ronin is a single person 0-degree sleeping bag with a layered, offset and quilted construction which prevents cold spots. The built-in draft collar prevents heat loss from the neck and shoulders.
The zippers are also fitted with draft tubes to keep any cold air from entering through them. The contoured jacket-style hood can be inverted into a pillow, saving space because you don’t need to bring a pillow.
Suisse Sport Everest Sleeping Bag
This 0-degree bag from Suisse Sport is designed with 3.5 pounds of Hollowblend MicroTekk Z1 synthetic blend, which will keep you incredibly warm and toasty, even on the coldest nights.
The bag is designed with a double-layer offset quilt construction, which eliminates cold spots. The full chest baffle prevents drafts and the drawstring hood and draft tube stop the cold from coming in at the entry points.
TETON Sports Polara 3-in-1 Sleeping Bag
This bag from Teton is one of the most versatile on our list, there are 5 different single person configurations and 2 different 2 person configurations. You can easily zip two bags together to make an even bigger one.
The removable inner bag is made of PolarLite fleece, and a smart design prevents the inner bag from twisting while in use. The double-layer construction that covers the entire length and width of the bag adds to its durability, warmth and eliminates cold spots.
ALPS Mountaineering 0-Degree Sleeping Bag
This bag from Alps Mountaineering uses Elevation + Insulation technology and materials to keep you warm and cozy no matter the weather. The two-layer construction provides extra durability, strength, and warmth.
The bag is super durable on the outside as well, as it is made of ripstop fabric. The chest and zipper baffle are also insulated to prevent any cold from entering the bag and stopping any warm air from escaping.
Wenzel Windy Pass 0-Degree Mummy Sleeping Bag
This bag by Wenzel is a 0-degree rated sleeping bag that is made with 56oz non-allergenic Omega II fill. It has an offset design with quilted construction to prevent any loss of heat as well as stop any cold spots.
The bag is for a single person but is oversized bing 84 inches long and 33 inches wide. The shell is made of polyester, while the liner is is pongee polyester. There is also a full-length 3-inch draft tube and 3-inch shoulder collar to stop the cold from entering.
ALPS Mountaineering Crescent Lake 0-Degree Sleeping Bag
The Alps Mountaineering Crescent is made very similarly to the ALPS Mountaineering bag we reviewed earlier. It’s a similar design but at a very affordable price, making it a great budget option.
It is made with Tech Loft Insulation for maximum comfort, as well as having a two-layer construction for extra durability, warmth, and eliminating cold spots. The chest and zipper baffle are also insulated for maximum warmth.
High Peak Outdoors Cascade Sleeping Bag
This 0-degree sleeping bag from Cascade is a very affordable sleeping bag that is a great starter bag for anyone looking to get into cold weather camping. It is 86 inches long, allowing most people to fit in comfortably.
The bag itself has a hood and drawstring closure to keep the cold out. The bag zips all the way down the side and you are able to zip two together. It also has a thermal collar for extra warmth and comfort.
A 0-degree sleeping bag is the perfect piece of gear for cold weather camping. In some situations, it is the only bag you can use. It is important to invest in one that can stand up to the harsh weather conditions.