Adventure Mate: 8 Best Double Sleeping Bags

With the thermostat continuing to drop but the allure of the great outdoors still strong, keeping warm at the campsite is becoming more and more of a priority. And honestly, what better way to keep warm than with a significant other tucked away in the wilderness? Sounds romantic right? Well, the brownie points you’re planning on scoring could soon become negligent should improper planning place you both in a state of cold misery. And no, this isn’t a metaphor for an ailing relationship. Instead, we’re talking real cold. Insomnia-Inducing weather that could very well ruin an otherwise pleasant weekend away.

One way to mitigate this risk yet still guarantee some much needed alone time is a 2-person sleeping bag. More importantly, we’re talking about double sleeping bags rated for the upcoming cold nights and colder early mornings. These cozy alternates to inflatable mattresses or individual sleeping bags make anything from remote backpacking to car camping to van life much more enjoyable. Just check out these 8 double sleeping bags outlined below for more info if you and your travel partner don’t believe us.

Alps Mountaineering Twin Peak

As an incredibly roomy option for a fair price, Alps Mountaineering offers couples a fantastic double sleeping bag that’s been proven to stand up to the elements, along with the wear and tear of an active outdoor lifestyle. It’s built with a highly durable 210T Nylon Ripstop outer, a soft and cozy MicroFiber Liner, and features 120 ounces of TechLoft+ insulation providing the Twin Peak with a 20-degree rating. Additionally, two zippered pockets allow for each party to store their personal items with peace of mind and, if you so choose, the Twin Peak can actually convert into two separate bags when a double suddenly becomes unnecessary.

Purchase: $127

Teton Sports Fahrenheit Mammoth

With more than enough room for you and your significant other to spread out, the Fahrenheit Mammoth clocks in at 92×62 inches – quite the surface area for a comfortable and unrestricted night’s rest. Teton Sports also hooked this double sleeping bag up with a Taffeta shell and brushed cotton flannel liner for superior comfort and warmth. Also, its proprietary fiber fill works to eliminate cold spots and dreaded drafts on those chillier evenings, while Teton’s lifetime warranty on the Mammoth provides you with insurance that this sleeping bag isn’t going to fail you anytime soon.

Purchase: $131

The North Face Dolomite Double

Whether you and your partner are looking to comfortably stretch out with ease or snuggle up to one another as one, the Dolomite Double is a great option for cooler weather camping. Rated at 20 degrees, the two-person sleeping bag features a Heatseeker Eco fill that insulates even when wet. The whole piece also dries quickly and can stand up to the yearly wear and tear that comes with just about any outdoor product. It’s also made with 30 percent post-consumer recycled material because, you know, a little good karma in the outdoors never hurt anyone.

Purchase: $159+

Kelty Tru-Comfort

Outfitted for dual comfort that allows both parties to remain at ease while either car camping at a festival or hitting your favorite campsite, the Tru-Comfort dual sleeping bag boasts two built-in blankets helping both you and your sleeping partner the ability to regulate their own temperature to their own delight. It also features a Cloudloft Insulation, oversized hood, and a comfort-tuck zipper system to keep things nice and snug.

Purchase: $170+

Big Agnes Dream Island 15

Cozy on up on those chilly nights under the stars with a little help from Big Agnes’ Dream Island. This double sleeping bag just looks comfortable as hell with its unique draping effect that allows the bag to act just like your home comforter. It features a quilt-like construction, a free-range hood design, an insulated collar at the top to seal around the neck that prevents warm air from escaping, and double zippers for entry/exit on either side of the sleeping bag. Talk about a backcountry bed.

Purchase: $250

Sierra Designs Backcountry Duo

Know throughout the industry as one of the premier two-person sleeping bags available on the market, the Backcountry Bed Duo is ready for just about anything thanks to a 600 Fill Duck DriDown that keeps warmer, stays drier, and hosts an adjustable foot vent to keep your feet from sweating all night long. There’s also an Integrated Comforter that naturally wraps to your preferred sleeping position for some next level comfort. Nothing like a little home away from home sleeping experience for you and your adventurous better half.

Purchase: $350

Nemo Tango Duo

Clearly pulling the name for this double sleeping bag from the old cliche, the Nemo Duo is both a reliable and adjustable two-person sleeping bag that’s built for outdoor expeditions. Here, the Duo features 700 Fill Power Down with Downtek, is rated at 30 degrees making it an ideal three-season option, and weighs a modest 2 lbs 9 oz. The shell is also built with 20D nylon ripstop, is lined with 30D nylon Taffeta, and features 40D nylon ripstop as the footbox fabric. It’s also compatible with 20 x 72-inch sleeping pads in case you’re looking for some additional comfort under the night sky.
Purchase: $380

Feathered Friends Spoonbill

Based on the what Feathered Friends calls the “fast and light climbing style of our top athletes,” the Spoonbill is a preferred solution for year-round outdoor adventurers interested in lightening their carry load while still retaining the comfort and warmth you’d come to expect from a two-person sleeping bag. It’s made with ultralight Pertex Endurance 10 denier water-resistant and breathable fabric, Nano Shield fabric on the floor, an features two independent contoured hoods and collars. The Spoonbill can also be used as a sleeping pad as well if you so choose.

Purchase: $840

Best Adventure Vans For The Great Outdoors

Looking for a mobile adventure van to house that double sleeping bag? Get some inspiration from this list we compiled that’s sure to motivate you to get out and get exploring.

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