4 Season

These 4 Season items should keep you warm through the UK winter, except for the most extreme situations.

Typically rated for when there is a frost or snow with temperatures -5 °C or higher.

For more explanation, read our guide to 4-Season Sleeping Bags, and read the secrets to sleeping bag temperature ratings.

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Sleeping bags can be a personal thing: sometimes you just can't find one that is comfortable enough. The Trudgian Family put the Coleman Basalt to the test.
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PROS:
  • The Coleman Basalt is comfortable and also has built-in odour control.
CONS:
  • Getting it back in the bag takes some practice.
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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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  • The Cadet 350 is 3 Season and the Phantom 400 is 4 Season
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We get our hands on an Outwell Conqueror sleeping bag, which is a sleeping bag/duvet hybrid. But just how good is it?
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We love this sleeping bag. It's the best one yet we've had for family camping.
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  • The Outwell Conqueror is a fantastic sleeping bag that feels more like your bed at home.
CONS:
  • It's a bit pricey, but it is a good sleeping bag that you can use for most of the year.
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Looking to extend your family camping season? This winter sleeping bag from Snugpak won't disappoint.
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  • We've been really impressed with this winter sleeping bag from Snugpak. It certainly keeps you warm and is now my go-to sleeping bag for the colder months.
CONS:
  • Although it does pack down relatively small compared to some other four-season sleepings bags used with car camping, you can fit this one into your backpack, but it will take up a lot of room. If you want to go backpacking, look at some of the more expensive Snugpak sleeping bags.
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We've been trying out the Coleman Breckenridge double sleeping bag. In all our years camping, this was our first double sleeping bag. Read how we got on.
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We've been trying out the Easy Camp Devil 400 and have been very impressed. This 3 season sleeping bag is affordable, comfortable, and warm.
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The Hi Gear Summit 350 Sleeping Bag is a great entry-level 4 season sleeping bag. We've been really impressed with ours. Ideal for car camping.
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Comfort
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PROS:
  • A very warm sleeping bag.
CONS:
  • A little large when packed.
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