Backcountry Bed Zipper-less Sleeping Bag by Sierra Designs

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

At first, it may seem a bit difficult to reinvent something like the sleeping bag. But, when you see the amount of creative offerings that have been hitting the retail scene, you begin to realize that this essential piece of camping gear can be improved. That’s exactly what Sierra Designs looks to do with their Backcountry Bed 800 Sleeping Bag.

While keeping you warm is the sleeping bag’s main priority, there is also the element of comfort. All those zippers, patches of velcro, etc, just aren’t comfortable. Sierra Designs did away with all that noise, creating a sleeping bag that has no zippers. Instead this bag utilizes a built-in comforter that can be tucked in on either side of the bag’s opening to help keep you warm and comfortable through the entire night. There will be several different versions of this bag hitting the retail scene in the coming weeks, all of which will be rated at different temperatures to fit your outdoor needs. [Purchase]

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