459 items found in Mummy Sleeping Bags

Mummy Sleeping Bags Australia

AEGISMAX Urltra-Light Goose Do...

$ 185.00

Sleeping Bag for Adults - Ligh...

$ 152.52

BlackWolf Meridian 450 Anti Bi...

$ 43.99

HYJUN Double Two Person Sleepi...

$ 1843.70

HYJUN Outdoor Vitals Aerie 0 1...

$ 1089.58

HYJUN Ultralight Backpacking A...

$ 1038.79

Backpacking Sleeping Bag Campi...

$ 164.37

Marmot Women's Wm's Xenon Down...

$ 821.81

Warm Camping Sleeping Bag Slee...

$ 109.15

Warm Camping Sleeping Bag Slee...

$ 121.01

Warm Camping Sleeping Bag Slee...

$ 124.17

Warm Camping Sleeping Bag Slee...

$ 144.04

Warm Camping Sleeping Bag -25C...

$ 944.09

Sierra Designs Nitro 15 Degree...

$ 515.71

Generic Full Body Wearable Sle...

$ 105.42

kowaku Adult Full Body Wearabl...

$ 123.99

Generic Adult Wearable Sleepin...

$ 117.99

GTBF Autumn and Winter Duck Do...

$ 188.71

GTBF Sleeping Bag Outdoor Sing...

$ 164.70

GTBF Camping Sleeping Bag Ultr...

$ 151.06

GTBF Outdoor Sleeping Bag can...

$ 181.27

Marmot Unisex's Warmcube Galla...

$ 712.98

SAXTZDS Four Seasons Outdoor S...

$ 147.53

SAXTZDS Four Seasons Outdoor S...

$ 141.46

SAXTZDS Four Seasons Outdoor S...

$ 123.50

SAXTZDS Four Seasons Outdoor S...

$ 123.22

SAXTZDS Four Seasons Outdoor S...

$ 123.57

SHUILV Sleeping Bag Warm Outdo...

$ 205.60

Double Sleeping Bag for Backpa...

$ 203.71

Double Camping Sleeping Bag, C...

$ 195.49

Double Sleeping Bags for Campi...

$ 252.99

Double Camping Sleeping Bag, W...

$ 214.11
 
 

Choosing the correct mummy sleeping bag can make or break a camping trip, whether you're a weekend warrior heading for the hills or prepping for a multi-day journey across the Himalayas. It might be the difference between waking up fully energised and ready for another day on the trail, or waking up completely fatigued and ready to call it a day and return home to your own bed. In light of this, we've put together a complete guide on how to select Mummy Sleeping Bags in Australia.

Perfect Fit

Some bags are available in conventional, unisex sizing, which typically implies they will suit a guy. Women's sleeping bags are often larger in the hips, narrower in the shoulders, and have more insulation at the feet. Women's bags may appeal to certain guys, whereas taller, thinner women may prefer a men's or unisex alternative.

Temperature ratings

A temperature gauge is included in every sleeping bag. The Comfort level is the one to check for since it indicates how chilly you can go before being cold — the lower the temperature, the better. There's also a Limit and Extreme temperature listed. Use the Comfort figure as a reference to the bag's limitations because everyone feels cold/hot differently.

Zips

Always search for two-way zips that unzip the length of the sleeping bag while shopping for Mummy Sleeping Bags Online, so you may open the bottom end to vent your feet if required. To keep draughts at bay, make sure there is a good-sized baffle of fabric and fill it below the zips.

Shape

The most common shapes for bags are rectangular and tapered mummy shapes. The former has more room and can be unzipped to become a duvet; the latter is superior for heat retention due to its tighter fit.

Fill

Sleeping bags can be filled with either down (eider, goose, or duck) or synthetic insulation (a mixture of man-made fibers).

Down insulation is naturally light and provides the finest warmth-to-weight ratio. It's normally made up of a combination of feathers and down; the higher the down content, the better at retaining warm air it is, but the costlier it is. The greater the number, the higher the quality of the down and the more efficiently it will keep you warm, according to manufacturers.

Synthetic insulation can be just as warm as down, but it doesn't generally pack as tiny. It's also effective when wet. The less expensive the fill (and bag),the less efficient it is.

Extra features

The Best Mummy Sleeping Bags come in a wide range of attractive designs with unique features. They have a connected flashlight, a built-in mosquito net, and the capacity to morph into a jacket, for example. Consider how significant these characteristics are to you. Or would you rather spend your money on a warmer/lighter backpack that comes with no extras?

How to Save on Mummy Sleeping Bags Online?

Talking about Mummy Sleeping Bag Prices in Australia, they are priced somewhere between AUD 41 to AUD 299, which completely depends on the features you choose. Paylessdeal offers a one-of-a-kind online buying experience for Australians. While other websites may have a variety of discounts, specials, and offers, Paylessdeal's superior price comparison engine may help you save even more. This site gathers information from a number of sources in order to compare the prices of mummy sleeping bags and aid you in selecting the best deal. It's worth noting that buying something online not only saves you money but also makes the procedure simpler and more enjoyable.

FAQ's

What is the best type of sleeping bag?

The most prevalent form of insulation used in sleeping bags is synthetic insulation. In comparison to a down sleeping bag, a synthetic sleeping bag will be less expensive, easier to clean, and require less maintenance. They also outperform down bags when wet, keeping roughly half of their insulating properties.

Do you need a pillow with a sleeping bag?

If you need a lightweight and small pillow alternative, which is usually a must for travellers, you'll need a pillow created expressly for camping. Other than that, you can use your clothes, your luggage, or typical pillows from home to support your head.

Are synthetic sleeping bags good?

While nothing compares to down fill in terms of warmth-to-packability and durability, synthetic sleeping bags have gone a long way. They're more lightweight, warmer, technical, and well-designed than ever before. Synthetic bags also outperform their down equivalents in rainy situations.