A good sleeping bag can make the difference between the success and failure of a camping trip, particularly if you’re camping wild, bothying or bivvying, so it’s vital to choose the right bag for your destination and likely weather conditions. We’ve put together a guide below to help, but for more detailed advice about any of the sleeping bags you see on our website, please contact one of our camping experts or visit an Ellis Brigham store.
Our range has been put together by our expert buyers to provide a full selection of both synthetic and down sleeping bags:
The North Face Core Down Series: Technical natural down sleeping bags from The North Face that cover a range of temperature ratings. These bags use body mapping anti compression pads in high pressure areas, creating an insulating layer between you and the ground.
Rab Down Series: Serious sleeping bags for extreme conditions, using the best high loft insulation available to provide cutting edge comfort for explorers, mountaineers and trekkers.
Mountain Equipment Glacier Down Series: The Glacier range uses a thermally-efficient trapezoid baffle construction and water resistant Drilite Loft outer fabric to maximise performance from the quality down fill. Tried and trusted by mountaineers for decades.
Mountain Hardwear Synthetic Series: Mountain Hardwear’s innovative Lamina series has raised the bar for what can be expected from synthetic sleeping bags, giving new levels of loft retention and compressibility and resulting in small pack sizes, low weights and reliable warmth.
The North Face Core Synthetic Series: Cutting edge construction is what the Core Synthetic sleeping bag is all about. Climashield Apex, Climashield Prism technology and meticulous seam detail mean that these synthetic sleeping bags offer a leap forward in warmth, softness and durability.
Lifeventure Sleeping Bags: A lightweight, compact and comfortable sleeping bag range that benefits from an antibacterial layer and built in mosquito repellent.