Camping in the summer is awesome.
However, we often need a sleeping bag that’s NOT too hot, nor too cold.
Being in between with the right features is perfect, but sometimes it’s a little difficult to get our hands on of these bad boys.
Well not anymore.
The sleeping bags below are all high quality, affordable, and have the right features for hot summer weather.
I’m sure you’ll find one you like! Enjoy 🙂
1. Suisse Sport Adventurer Sleeping Bag
Dimensions: Shoulders = 2.4 ft, Legs = 1.9 ft, Length = 7 ft
Packed Size: 12 x 7 inches
Temperature Rating: 35 Degrees Fahrenheit
Weight: 3.5 pounds
Fits up to: 6 ft. 6 in
The Suisse Sport Adventurer offers a simple and sleek design.
A compression sack is included in the purchase, which is rare to see in a sleeping bag of this price.
The bag alone provides a bunch of great features.
The hood contours around your head so you get a comfortable nights sleep and the draft protection stops cold air getting inside.
There is a media pocket and double layer construction for eliminating cold spots.
The best thing about this bag is that it’s lightweight for the price and compacts down really small.
2. Goose Down Sleeping Bag Ultralight Mummy Bags
Dimensions: Shoulders = 2.7 ft, Legs = 1.9 ft, Length = 6.3 ft
Packed Size: 4 x 7 inches
Temperature Rating: 43 to 52 Degrees Fahrenheit
Weight: 1.2 pounds
Fits up to: 6 feet
Sadly there isn’t much info around the internet regarding this sleeping bag.
However, there are a few things I managed to dig up.
It is extremely comfortable, ultra lightweight and compresses down to a mere 4 x 7 inches!
It offers heavy-duty YKK zippers and a free compression sack.
The shell is nylon and completely waterproof, which may become useful one day.
The main benefits of this bag is the weight and small size when it’s packed.
3. FARLAND Lightweight Sleeping Bag & Portable Waterproof Mummy Bag
Dimensions: Shoulders = 3.5 ft, Legs = 2.7, Length = 6.9 ft
Packed Size: 5.9 x 7.7 x 15 inches
Temperature Rating: 59 – 86 Degrees Fahrenheit
Weight: 2.4 pounds
Fits up to: 6 feet
Okay, so this sleeping bag from FARLAND happens to be top quality for the price.
The manufactures GUARANTEE a comfortable nights sleep, as they claim it’s the most comfortable bag you can find.
Parts of the bag are waterproof and water-resistant, which stops all moisture buildup.
The “Roll Control” design means it’s a breeze to pack up.
But what I like the most is that they can be zipped together to make a double bag.
4. Osportfun Warm Weather Sleeping Bag
The Osportfun Warm Weather Sleeping Bag definitely does have a unique design, in my opinion.
They claim it’s super comfortable and versatile.
The fact that it is lightweight, skin-friendly and durable gives its competitors a run for their money.
It has high quality, “precisely-done” stitching and a design no other bag can match.
For these two reasons alone – and because you simply cannot argue with the price – I just HAD to put it at #4.
5. Coleman White Water Sleeping Bag
As you can see, the Coleman White Water Sleeping Bag looks inside-out, but that is certainly not the case here.
This is because the liner is a ComfortCuff, which is not what you see often on inexpensive sleeping bags.
The zippers get PLOWED away from the fabric to extend the overall life, while the Roll Control technology allows it to roll up quickly and efficiently.
It has a wide design so there’s plenty of wiggle room and long length so even tall people can fit in comfortably.
[Read: Sleeping bags for tall people]
6. Kelty Tuck 22 Degree Sleeping Bag
Dimensions: Shoulders = 2.5 ft, Legs = 1.5, Length = 7 ft
Packed Size: 9 x 15 inches
Temperature Rating: 22 Degrees Fahrenheit
Weight: 3.4 pounds
Fits up to: 6 ft. 6 in.
What makes this bag stand out from its competitors?
The fact that it has a zippered footbox, obviously!
Get a little heated; just unzip the bottom of the bag and let warm air out.
This bag becomes cooler in warmer months and warmer in colder climates.
This means it will keep you at the right temperature when you need it to the most.
It has many other useful features, such as: comfort hood, zipper draft tube, and anti-snag zippers.
It also packs down really small!
7. Coleman Adjustable Comfort Sleeping Bag
Dimensions: Length = 7 ft, Width = Unknown
Packed Size: 18. x 11 x 11 inches
Temperature Rating: 30 – 70 Degrees Fahrenheit
Weight: 6.4 pounds
Fits up to: 6 ft. 6 in.
While we’re on the subject of unique designs, the Coleman Adjustable Comfort Bag sits right at the top of that list!
It consists of multiple layers – if used correctly can become a valuable tool within the outdoor world.
Simply lie down in the sheet and have the outer material cover you for warmth.
Otherwise remove the leg fabric or chest piece for cool air, or even both for the most ventilation.
There’s even a built-in pillow pad for even more comfort!
8. Coleman Brazos Cold Weather Sleeping Bag
Talk about ultimate simplicity.
Even though the Coleman Brazos is so simple, it still offers everything you need for a summer camping trip.
The tricot knit lining means it is very comfortable and soft to sleep on.
I almost guarantee after a long day of exploring you’ll sleep like a baby with this bag.
The Fiblerock construction stops the fill from shifting and anti-snag zippers make for ease-of-use functionality.
It is machine-washable and easily one of my favorite inexpensive sleeping bags to date.
9. Cotton Flannel Sleeping Bag for Adults
The Cotton Flannel Sleeping Bag is literally high quality and durable.
The shell is waterproof and withstands years of use – minimum!
It has a two-way zipper, meaning two of these bad boys can be zipped together to make a double bag–all with BREATHABLE FLANNEL lining.
It comes with a compression sack and storage pockets for keeping your valuables safe at hand.
What I like the most is the ultimate comfort. You just cannot put a price on a good nights sleep if you ask me 😀
10. OutdoorsmanLab Lightweight Sleeping Bag
Dimensions: Length = 6 ft, Width = 2.4 ft
Packed Size: 6 x 5 x 10 inches
Temperature Rating: 50 to 70 Degrees Fahrenheit
Weight: 1.6 pounds
Fits up to: 5 ft. 11 in.
Well, sitting at #10 is the OutdoorsmanLab Lightweight Sleeping Bag.
You simply cannot go wrong with this bag on ultra hot and muggy nights.
For this price it is a no-brainer.
It contains an integrated pillow case (built-in), storage pockets and a very pleasing weight.
It has high loft and soft lining to ensure you get a comfortable nights sleep.
The coating is only water-resistant, but at this price you can’t ask for much more.
Other features include: Elastic straps (so you don’t fall off your sleeping pad), double bag capabilities and a rectangular shape for anyone that enjoys their space.
The weight of this bag and how small it compacts down to is the reason why I included it in this summer sleeping bag list.
You don’t actually need an OVERLY warm sleeping bag for summer camping.
In fact, depending on where you’re staying you sometimes only need a thin fabric.
Those muggy nights can become incredibly hot my friend.
Now you’re probably wondering which one is the best.
They are all good, but the one I like the most is the Cotton Flannel Sleeping Bag.
It’s rectangular-shape (my favorite type), highly comfortable and warm, otherwise cool when you need it to be–which is ideal in this case.
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