2 Season

2-Season items are ideal from Late Spring through to early Autumn. For most UK family campers, a 2 Season bag is adequate (along with some other measures to keeping warm in the cooler months).
You would not want the temperature to get close to zero.
If your family only camps in Summer, and perhaps a late Easter, then a 2 Season Bag is usually sufficient. However, if someone feels the cold at night, invest in a 3-Season sleeping bag.

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The Robens Icefall Pro 600 is a very warm sleeping bag with the new MicroThermo Ball insulation - a potential replacement for down.
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£154.99
Value for Money
8
Quality
9.5
Comfort
9.5
Insulation
9.5
Practicality
9.5
PROS:
  • A very warm sleeping bag.
  • It packs down well and lofts out when unpacked.
  • Comfortable; it's a mummy bag but with plenty of room.
  • Extra pull-cords and baffles to help keep your body heat in.
  • Not using down.
  • Looks well made.
CONS:
  • A bit more pricey than most family camping bags, which is to be expected for high-end technical camping gear.
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The Robens Spur 250 is a two-sleeping down-filled sleeping bag that packs down small, ideal for backpacking or bike-packing adventures.
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£160.00
This is comfortable and warm. The 2-season sleeping bag temperature rating will help see you through colder spells while backpacking or bike-packing.
Value for Money
7
Pack Size
8.5
Comfort
8.5
Quality
8.5
PROS:
  • Packs Small
  • Lightweight
  • Good 2-season temperature range
CONS:
  • Very expensive, as you would expect from a technical bag like this.
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The Outwell Contour is a sleeping bag designed for both warm and cooler nights, with its reversible design.
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£49.95
Value for Money
7
Quality
9
Comfort
8.5
PROS:
  • A comfortable sleeping bag, ideal for fair-weather camping and cooler nights.
  • Rectangular with built-in head support.
  • A good zipping mechanism that doesn't snag.
  • Packs down to a reasonable size and comes with a good bag.
CONS:
  • Headrest only offers limited support.
  • If you need to swap temperature rating in the middle of the night, you probably won't bother re-attaching the pillow in the dark.
  • RRP is a little higher than some other 2-3 season bags, but not if you shop around.
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The Vango Ultralite Pro 100 is a small lightweight 2-season sleeping bag that's ideal for backpacking.
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£63.00
Practicality
10
Comfort
8.5
Value for Money
9
PROS:
  • Small and lightweight summer bag
  • Not bad price for this sort of sleeping bag
CONS:
  • Legroom is tight, which is to be expected on a smaller bag
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Here are some sleeping bags to kit your whole family out with: adult and junior sized 2 season sleeping bags.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
9.5
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • These sleeping bags are comfortable, do the job, and come in both adult and child sizes.
CONS:
  • These are only 2-Season, but that's OK if you only go camping through the summer.
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The Outwell Colibri is a new luxury sleeping bag, that's easy to convert into a duvet and helps to make sleeping at camp more like sleeping in your bed at home.
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£137.57
Technically a 2-Season sleeping bag, but with lots of flexibility in how you use it.
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Features
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • A flexible sleeping bag with a luxury feel.
CONS:
  • A bit more expensive than some sleeping bags.
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SIMs can provide a much better night's sleep than air beds, but you might find them difficult to put away. Now there's a solution to that problem.
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Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Comfort
9
PROS:
  • The Outwell Deepsleep double is a great self-inflating mat for family camping. And now even easier to use with the new Outwell Air Flow Control Valve.
CONS:
  • Of course, it's a lot more expensive than an air bed, but we think you'll have a better night's sleep with one of these.
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Looking for a bit of fun in your summer camping adventures? You might want to get the Vango Starwalker Dragon kids sleeping bag.
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£105.56
We've really enjoyed this Dragon kids sleeping bag.
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Features
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • The Vango Starwalker Dragon is a really fun child sleeping bag for family summer camping.
CONS:
  • Re-attaching the bottom section can be a bit fiddly. Summer use only.
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Fancy being able to walk around in your sleeping bag? We review the Vango Starwalker adults and kids sleeping bags.
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£31.57
The Vango Starwalker is a good sleeping bag that is available as both an adult and kids sleeping bag, and great for summer family camping.
Value for Money
9.5
Quality
9
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • A good sleeping bag in its own right, plus the ability to arms and legs free makes this a really useful item.
CONS:
  • Re-attaching the bottom of the bag was a bit fiddly, but we found that you didn't always need to remove the bottom.
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The Outwell Convertible Junior sleeping bag grows as your child does. We give it a review to see if it is any good or just a gimmick.
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Another well thought out design from Outwell. This sleeping bag gets the thumbs up from us as another family-friendly bit of camping kit.
Family Friendly
10
Quality
10
Value for Money
10
PROS:
  • The Outwell Convertible Junior Sleeping Bag will save you money: you won't have to buy another sleeping bag in a few years when your child grows.
CONS:
  • We've not found any bad points.
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This kids sleeping bag adds a bit of fun: it glows in the dark!
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PROS:
  • This sleeping bag from Coleman adds a bit of fun to nighttime when camping.
CONS:
  • As with most kids sleeping bags, it is only 2 season. Ideal for UK summer camping but add some extra insulation if camping earlier in Spring or later in Autumn.
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The Vango Wilderness 250 is an affordable quality bag that's ideal for summer family camping. Read our review - we've been testing this bag for years.
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Value for Money
10
Comfort
6.5
PROS:
  • Packs down to quite a small size.
  • Hardwearing.
  • Good for summer camping.
CONS:
  • Not as luxurious or warm as some sleeping bags, but if you are after an affordable summer bag that lasts, this ticks the box.
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