OZtrail Outback Comforter Queen Sleeping Bag
Details & Specs
More than just your average sleeping bag, the answer to a good night’s sleep for campers or houseguests is the Outback Comforter Queen Sleeping Bag from OZtrail.
Stitched to the underside are valance pockets that fit around the top and bottom ends of your queen-sized mattress. It’s cosy and comfortable with soft-touch flannel lining and a pure cotton outer shell. Hop inside and sandwich yourself between two layers of 150gsm ExoTherm Xr hollow tubular fibre fill that trap and retain the warm air, providing superior insulation. The layers have been offset to prevent cold spots at the quilt sewing lines, ensuring even warmth throughout. There is a velcro closure at the top of the bag so you can keep the bag around you while adjusting the zip for a little temperature control.
Add a mattress and pillows, and OZtrail’s Outback Comforter Queen Sleeping Bag has your camp bedding sorted with its valance pockets and all-in-one design.
Fits most queen-sized mattresses
Perfect fit for the Anywhere Bed
ExoTherm® Xr synthetic insulated fill
Soft-touch FlannelTek™ cotton lining
Hard-wearing pure SoftCotton™ outer shell
Tailored valance pocket fits securely to queen-sized mattress
Oztrail Queen Comforter equivalent in King size1 answer
We have the Oztrail Queen Comforter which has been amazing at keeping us warm even during near 0 temps. The problem we have is that despite being a queen size it is a little too small on the sides for our mattress (195 x 150 x 12). Is there something similar but bigger/wider? Thanks.
John - Sydney, NSW(2 months ago)
Unfortunately not - the 'Queen' size in camping gear isn't necessarily equivalent to domestic bedding sizes. The double sleeping bags in our range mostly max out around 140cm wide, so this Outback Comforter and similar style sleeping bags at 150ish cm are the largest on the market.
The only option I could really think of is if you went with 2 large hoodless sleeping bags like the Coleman Pilbara for eg. and sandwiched them together to make a 200cm wide double. Of course in this situation you wouldn't have the skirt feature which attaches the bottom bag to the mattress, but I guess it would depend on whats important. If the extra width is worth not having the attachment, or vice versa.
Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(2 months ago)
Can you recommend a similar bag for double high mattresses?1 answer
Can you recommend a similar bag for double high mattresses? Ideally something made from cotton like this one.
Erik - North Sydney, NSW (10 months ago)
There's no bag on the market, as far as we're aware, that will attach to a double-high mattress. Obviously you can use any double sleeping bag on a double-sized mattress, but in terms of actually fitting to the mattress, I'm not sure you'd be able to find one.
Lauren - Snowys(10 months ago)
Compression Sack1 answer
Hi all, I have one of these I purchased from you a while back, it's great! I'm thinking of unzipping it and putting the top and bottom layer in seperate compression sacks so it takes up less room in my car. What size compression sack would you recommend to fit one half in? Thanks heaps! Phil
Phiip - Denmark, WA(11 months ago)
We'd probably suggest going with the XL size compression sack to be on the safe side. These have a max capacity of 30L, with compression down to 10L size. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(11 months ago)
is this sleeping bag machine washable
David - South Plympton, SA(1 year ago)
While it's easy to find information on the web explaining how to machine wash your sleeping bag, it isn't recommended and you'd need a laundromat sized front-loader. It can be done - but the manufacturers care instructions are 'hand wash only'. Just give it a swish in a laundry tub with some mild detergent, rinse and rinse again, then lay flat in the shade to dry. We want your sleeping bag to last a long time - so wash it the old school way. Plus, a hand wash is likely quicker and cheaper than a trip to the laundromat.
Mike - Snowys(1 year ago)
Valance may be useless to me but is the sleeping bag?1 answer
I really like the sounds of, and all the great reviews for this sleeping bag. I'm looking for one to go with the new Coleman double high air mattress I'm awaiting on delivery of. I notice you've previously answered someone else's question regarding the valance not fit for this mattress. Could this sleeping bag still be used comfortably with the valance bit just left lying underneath ..... or would it need to be removed altogether for best comfort?
Donna - Werribee(1 year ago)
The valance bit is just four light cotton corner pouches that are designed to tuck under a standard height mattress. I can't see any reason why you couldn't use this sleeping bag without the valances in place, it wont add any bulk or discomfort at all.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Fit 22cm thick airbed1 answer
My airbed has 22cm thickness so will the tailored valance pocket be fited?
Rungaroon - Jordan Springs, NSW(1 year ago)
Yes, this will fit a 22cm airbed with no worries. The mattress Lauren uses in the video is 20cm thick, so an extra 2cm won't cause any troubles.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Am wondering if the bag comes with (or sold separately) removable lining?