Patagonia Sleeping Bags

They’ve has made a lot of quality gear over the years. Still, Patagonia Sleeping Bags are their first stab at manufacturing proper sleeping gear — or at least the first since Yvon Chouinard’s custom-built mummy-style sleeping bag crafted 45 years ago. The lineup combines some of the best materials available including nylon ripstop Pertex Quantum fabric with DWR finish stuffed with 850-fill-power Traceable Goose Down for warmth and packability. Notably, the bags feature baffle construction that ensures the down stays lofted from head to toe, all easier said than done but aided by a custom foot box that retains heat in a typically troublesome spot. Available in 19 Fahrenheit, 30 Fahrenheit, and Hybrid versions, with the latter foregoing upper body insulation (and redundancies) for drastically lower weight since your jacket can keep your torso and arms warm, anyway.

Find them at Patagonia – $300+