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3- Season gear is typically for colder nights but not cold enough for a frost. 0 °C or higher

Ideal for Spring and Autumn camping when it is frost-free.

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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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Keep warm with this heated sleeping bag from Vango.
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£73.70
Value for Money
8.5
Comfort
9.5
PROS:
  • A well-insulated sleeping bag.
  • Additional heating built-in.
CONS:
  • Obviously, slightly more expensive than a regular sleeping bag.
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The Outwell Canella Supreme is a 3 season sleeping bag to provide plenty of warmth but without a massive pack size that takes up space in your car.
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£71.99
Value for Money
7.5
Quality
9.5
Family Friendly
9
Features
9
Comfort
8.5
PROS:
  • Packs down small for a three-season sleeping bag.
  • Good temperature range to cover early to late UK camping season.
  • Zip works without snagging.
  • Plenty of space. You don't feel constricted in this bag.
  • Cotton-like feel inside the sleeping bag.
  • Can be used unzipped like a duvet, or drawn in tighter when it's cold.
CONS:
  • Not a cheap sleeping bag, so shop around for a good deal.
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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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We test out adult and child Highlander sleeping bags on a winter camp. Read on to see how they stood up to the test.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
9
PROS:
  • The Cadet 350 is 3 Season and the Phantom 400 is 4 Season
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We check out the Sleepy, a wearable sleeping bag that means you can get up in the morning when camping without having to leave your warm bed.
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