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Sea to Summit Comfort Plus Insulated Sleeping Mat
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Sea to Summit Comfort Plus Insulated Sleeping Mat

$$249.91 - $$269.91
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Sea to Summit Ether Light XT Insulated Sleeping Mat − Lightweight and grippy 30/40D nylon fabric
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Sea to Summit Ether Light XT Insulated Sleeping Mat

$$249.91 - $$299.91
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Darche 1100 Wide Swag Mattress
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Darche 1100 Wide Swag Mattress

$$89.90 - $$119.00
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Exped Ultra 7R LW Sleeping Mat
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Exped Ultra 7R LW Sleeping Mat

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Exped Versa 5R LW Sleeping Mat
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Exped Versa 5R LW Sleeping Mat

$$249.95
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Quest Outdoors Dreamer XL Self Inflating Mat − All−rounder camp mat for weekend adventures any time of the year
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Quest Outdoors Dreamer XL Self Inflating Mat

$$129.99
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Zempire Chill Pill V2 Inflatable Pillow − Inflatable air pillow with compact pack size
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Zempire Chill Pill V2 Inflatable Pillow

$$39.99
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BlackWolf Comfort Pillow Standard Black Marle
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BlackWolf Comfort Pillow Standard

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Sea to Summit Expander Liner Double
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Sea to Summit Expander Liner − Double

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Zempire Supercell Pump
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Zempire Supercell Pump

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Thermarest Compressible Pillow Cinch Small Stargazer − Soft and customizable support that packs down into itself
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Thermarest Compressible Pillow Cinch Small

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Exped Organic Cotton Mat Cover Duo LW+ − Natural, breathable, Fairtrade cotton
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Exped Organic Cotton Mat Cover Duo LW+

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Exped Organic Cotton Mat Cover LXW − Breathable, organic, Fairtrade cotton
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Exped Organic Cotton Mat Cover LXW

$$59.95
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Sea to Summit Spark SP0 Sleeping Bag (14 degrees C) − Ultralight 7D and 10D fabrics for minimal weight and packed size
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Sea to Summit Spark SP0 Sleeping Bag (14 °C)

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OZtrail Drover Sleeping Bag −10 − Single synthetic sleeping bag with cotton canvas outer
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OZtrail Drover Sleeping Bag −10

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Sea to Summit Amplitude Am3 Double Sleeping Bag (−8 degrees C) − Ultra−wide double rectangular shape
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Sea to Summit Amplitude Am3 Double Sleeping Bag (−8 °C)

$$759.90
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Sea To Summit Amplitude Am3 Sleeping Bag (−8 °C)
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Sea to Summit Amplitude Am3 Sleeping Bag (−8°C)

$$589.91 - $$619.91
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23Zero Alaska Black 900 Sleeping Bag − Made with a tough exterior with a 100% cotton flannel liner
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23Zero Alaska Black 900 Sleeping Bag −10°

$$199.95
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23Zero Arctic Black 1400 Double Sleeping Bag −15° − Warm double sleeping bag with a −15°C comfort rating
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23Zero Arctic Black 1400 Double Sleeping Bag −15°

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The secret to sleeping comfortably is far more than just the right sleeping bag.

One common reason for a cold night sleep is a poorly insulated sleeping mat. Your wonderfully cozy sleeping bag can’t keep you warm if you are sleeping on a big pocket of cold air... we're looking at you, airbeds! 

A foam filled or insulated mat, however, will work with your sleeping bag to retain body heat as well as insulate against hot ground in the summer. And, if you can’t zip your warm sleeping bag open on mild nights then you’ll be waking up in a sweat.

Furthermore, sleep accessories relevant to the environment you are camping in all support a comfortably nigh in the tent regardless of the climate. Sleep liners extend the temperature range of your sleeping system and camp pillows pack up small and go a long way to making sure you wake up refreshed in the morning without a sore neck.

There’s no one solution for every season, versatility is the key here.

It’s important to understanding the climate you are camping in and how this aligns with the limitations of your gear. From there you can adjust each time you pack your camp kit to make sure you sleep comfortably in any climate.

For more tips on how to sleep warm and some sleep system suggestions check out our resources above.

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