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sleeping bag advice - where to purchase

kerryoncatering Avatar
7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Hi all

i am not a small size so would like one of the xl sleeping bags as i like extra room. I also like to be warm!

Can anyone tell me where to buy and or what to look for when i purchase. If i can pay by paypal that would be great.

Cheers all
kerryoncatering Avatar
7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
cant you zip 2 together
#2
argos sell double or extra large sleeping bags
#3
Hi

thanks to both, i was rather hoping for less obvious advice.
Any experts out there who could tell me which one to look out for?:whistling:
#4
hi, if you are camping in a sealed tent, with sewn in ground sheet, and lying on an air bed then you could just take a duvet with you, but if you are slumming it, there are a couple of hi gear sleeping bags on go oudoors website which are half price, but try and avoid the mummy sleeping bags as they give you no room for you legs etc
#5
Petebiz
hi, if you are camping in a sealed tent, with sewn in ground sheet, and lying on an air bed then you could just take a duvet with you, but if you are slumming it, there are a couple of hi gear sleeping bags on go oudoors website which are half price, but try and avoid the mummy sleeping bags as they give you no room for you legs etc


Yes we just take duvets when we have been camping. Quicker to get out of when you need a wee too lol
#6
Cheers i will have a look,

im in a caravan and want to lose the duvet as too much hassle. Is there something in particular i should look at when buying - i really hate the cold and always suffer with it when were away/
#7
if you have electric hook up take a small blow heater, work a treat
#8
kerryoncatering
Cheers i will have a look,

im in a caravan and want to lose the duvet as too much hassle. Is there something in particular i should look at when buying - i really hate the cold and always suffer with it when were away/


if you are in a caravan then you dont need one of the flash ones that are rated to below freezing

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