GEAR | The Best Warm Sleeping Bags For Spring Camping Trips [Updated March 2024]

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Camping in spring can make for seriously chilly nights, so when it comes to sleeping in a tent, you’ll need a decent sleeping bag that’s up to the task. These are some of the best warm sleeping bags for every budget…

Best warm sleeping bags spring camping

For camping in the UK during spring or autumn, you’ll need a good 3-season sleeping bag to keep you warm, whilst if you’re looking to camp during winter, you’ll generally need to invest a bit more and choose a 4-season sleeping bag.

Read on for our pick of some of the warmest sleeping bags, including the best sleeping bags for spring camping. These warm sleeping bags are suitable for everyone, from budget to luxury and we’ve got warm sleeping bag recommendations starting at just £40.

Prices last checked 04/02/2024

1. Vango Apex 2 Sleeping Bag £169.95

Vango Apex 2 Sleeping Bag £169.95
  • 3 season
  • Environmentally friendly synthetic sleeping bag, designed to mimic the performance of down.
  • Comfort Limit Temperature Rating: -6°C / Extreme Temperature Rating: -24°C

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2. Western Mountaineering Versalite Sleeping Bag £634.95

Western Mountaineering Versalite Sleeping Bag  £634.95
  • 3-4 season
  • 850+ FP goose down fill offers impressive loft and warmth down to -12 degrees celsius.
  • Comfort rating of -12°C

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3. Vango Radiate Sleeping Bag £50.00 – £85.00

Vango radiate
  • 3 season, 10 Tog
  • A heated sleeping bag that’s a true cold-weather camping game changer. Integrated heat pad runs from any USB power bank keeping you toasty warm all night
  • Temperature: Comfort 2° / Limit -3° / Extreme -20°C

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4. KingCamp Adult 3-4 Season Sleeping Bag

  • 3-4 season
  • 100% cotton flannel lining, hollow cotton filling, plus 210T polyester fabric
  • Temperature: Comfort rating 7°C / Extreme rating – 13°C

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5. OEX Leviathan EV 900 Down Sleeping Bag £169

5. OEX Leviathan EV 900 Down Sleeping Bag £169
  • 4+ season
  • Ethically Sourced Down (ESD) fill, 600FP Grey Duck Down with ultra comfort lining
  • Temperature: Comfort rating: -9°C / Extreme rating: -36°C

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6. Vango Nitestar 250s 3 Season Sleeping Bag £40

  • 3 season
  • Award-winning 3-season sleeping bag features Vango’s excellent Alpha insulation
  • Temperature:  Comfort 2° / Limit -4° / Extreme: -21°C

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7. The Robens Coulee II Twin Sleeping Bag £159.97

The Coulee II Twin Sleeping Bag £159.97
  • 3-4 season
  • Durable, ultra-soft outer 100% brushed cotton lining covers a premium Isofill filling
  • Temperature:

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8. Berghaus Transition 300 3 Season Sleeping Bag £49

Berghaus Transition 300 Sleeping Bag
  • 3 season
  • Berghaus Transition 300 is a lightweight, synthetic 3 season sleeping bag. Designed for colder months the Transition 300 is highly insulating and has a brushed polyester inner for next to skin comfort
  • Temperature: Comfort rating 2°C / Extreme rating -19°C

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9. Kelty Cosmic 20 Degree 3 Season Down Sleeping Bag £128

  • 3 season
  • The Cosmic is a 3 season superstar with cozy, quick-drying 600 fill DriDown™. and soft-as-silk nylon taffeta fabric
  • Temperature: 20° to -7°C / Comfort -7°C

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10. Oex Fathom Evolution 350 S Season Sleeping Bag £50.00

Oex Fathom Evolution 350 Sleeping Bag £65.00 - £80.00
  • 3 season
  • Double-layer construction for additional warmth and increased insulation featuring a 20D Nylon 380T shell for extreme comfort across three seasons
  • Temperature: Comfort 5°C / Extreme -15°C / Limit 0°C

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11. Vango Shangri-La Luxe XL 4 Season Sleeping Bag £125 – £150

  • 4 season
  • Insulated zip baffle which retains heat within the sleeping bag and reduces cold spots and a woven zip puller allowing for quick and easy operation of the zip
  • Limit -3° / Extreme -20° / Comfort 2°

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A warm sleeping bag is a camping essential

Think of it as a warm hug from Mother Nature herself. When the temperatures drop, your warm sleeping bag is always there for you, and there’s perhaps no lovelier feeling than snuggling up, comfortably cocooned while you snooze under the stars.

So, why does a warm sleeping bag matter? Because the weather and temperatures when camping can be as unpredictable as a cat’s mood, and enjoying a cosy night under canvas isn’t a luxury – it’s the ultimate camping hack for a good night’s sleep that allows you to wake up ready to tackle whatever adventure the new day throws your way.

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