With the leather patch on the front and a softer green colour, it has an almost retro feel to it, though it’s anything but old, with its MicroThermo high loft insulation.
The Killarney Outback is reported as a 2-3 season sleeping bag, which is a good temperature range that is ideal for most family campers. I certainly found it warm enough during a recent cold snap.
Comfort wise, this sleeping bag has more of a duvet feel to it, with its soft cotton shell and the fact that it is a rectangular bag, which gives you more room when sleeping. You can also completely unzip it to create a duvet.
As I said before, I really like this sleeping bag: both on looks and comfort.
I have used plenty of mummy bags, especially for winter camping, but I do find it much more comfortable with a rectangular sleeping bag like the Robens Killarney Outback.
Full specs of the sleeping bag can be found on the Robens website.
Many thanks to Robens for supplying a Robens Killarney Outback for us to test. All opinions are our own.
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