The Coleman Pilbara range of sleeping bags are perfect for camping, caravanning and ideal for sleep-overs at home.
The three models in the range offer comfort ratings of -3⁰C, 0⁰C and 5⁰C so you’re sure to find one to suit your needs.
Great price, loved this bag, large and zips open completely. Used it as a donar and so warm and comfy.
Have only used twice but really really happy with it. I'm a 'sizeable' person but found that there was plenty of room in the sleeping bag.... and toasty warm.
I love this sleeping bag, especially the flannelette inside! I am 181 cm tall and it fits me with lots of room to move!
We use ours in our caravan instead of Doonas. Very roomy and comfortable and being able to zip it completely open on those warmer nights is fantastic. Love the feel of the inner lining nice and soft. Very happy campers.
This 1.5x wide sleeping bag is very comfortable. Loads of space and vents for those hotter nights. Able to zip 2 together for couples. Way better than my old sleeping bag
Excellent quality and comfortable, really nice materials especially the liner. I do find in colder weather the zipper at the feet leaks in cold air a bit though. In May when it got down to between 4-9C at night I definitely needed the matching fleece sleeping bag liner for added warmth but with that I was toasty. The stuff sack is also great and compact and fits really well.
Excellent roomy and warm sleeping bag. With zip on the bottom for extra ventilation on warmer days. Very happy camper
I absolutely love this sleeping bag in my swag. It is really comfortable and keeps me nice and warm, but makes it really comfortable. Great size as well!
I recently bought a second one so I could turn into a double sleeping bag for when I go away with my girlfriend camping. It easily goes together, and kept us both warm.
I would recommend this sleeping bag for either of these applications
big and roomy
Can the C0 be zipped together with the C-3 to make a couples bag with a warmer top layer?
You sure can zip these 2 bags together, as the zip is continuous from the side to the bottom. You just lay one on top of the other, and zip them together around the edge.
Is this sleeping bag 100cm width zipped up, so if I unzip it and use it as a quilt it would be 200cms in width? Thanks
Yep that's right, when you unzip the Pilbara C0 it should measure 200cm in width.
Hello, I know this is one of your best selling sleeping bags. I was considering this vs the Mudgee -3 for my wife and not sure what to pick. She's getting into camping this year. I think she will also prefer to join 2 sleeping bags together and i'm not sure if the Mudgee will be versatile as this is one is. What would be your recommendation ?
There are certainly plenty of options to choose from! If you will be wanting to zip 2 sleeping bags together to make a double then don't get the Mudgee -3, as the only way to zip them together will result in someone having the hood on their face! Can I suggest the Coleman Pilbara -3?
It has a bit of extra warmth for the colder nights with a removable fleece liner, so is really versatile for year round camping. I have this one myself and have used it for both summer and winter camping, it's great!
Although I will admit it wasn't warm enough on one particularly chilly night in the Flinders Ranges... but generally speaking it's a great all-rounder :) I hope this helps!
Just reading online that this might not be warm enough. Thanks!
Can these sleeping bags be washed in a washing machine ? If I joined 2 bags together to make a double, do you have a stuff sack /storage bag that it would fit in ?
I've had some sleeping bags in the past, where they zipped together nicely into a double sleeping bag. Would this model be able to do that?
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