A compact and packable sleeping bag for those travelling light.
Very lightweight and compact, the Hi Gear Ridgeline 3 is a 3-season mummy shaped sleeping bag that's great for lightweight camping and travelling.
Easy to carry when packed into its' compression sack with capped top, it has a locking zip that can be kept at any position along the bag to give you the combination of warmth and ventilation you desire.
The hood will keep you snug and keep your pillow in place, and the foot box and mummy shape will ensure comfort all night.
|Foot Box Width:
||225cm x 80cm, 50cm foot (88.5" x 1.5", 20" foot)
||38cm x 22cm (15" x 8.6")
Very cosy, 30 August 2013
By Sarah (Stirling)
Haven't tried this in anything other than summer weather yet, but this is an excellent sleeping bag. My partner and I both bought one of these as we started going camping this summer. I feel the cold, especially in my feet but so far, the bag is keeping even my feet warm. Put socks on one night when I was cold getting into the sleeping bag, but had to take the socks off during the night as too hot. Have had to even open the zip a little. There are so many more options for keeping warm that can still be used. With the drawstrings and draft collar, you can protect everything but your face from the elements. Very impressed with this, especially for the price (bought on sale). My partner is equally impressed.
converted to sleeping bags!, 18 July 2013
By pingu36dd (swindon)
As someone who was never keen on sleeping bags - like to wriggle alot in bed was not keen on buying one but after realising a duvet wasn't going to keep me warm I succumbed to getting one. After reading all the other reviews I thought I'd get this one and was very happy with it. One of my pet hates is the fact of getting out of it easily - the zip movement when you are half asleep. That was fine. That you dont sweat in it - its very breathable and the material is not too alien compared to someone who is used to sheets and duvet. I was concerned if I would be able to get it back in the bag as it was so compact. The answer is yes. The bag is nice and small and easy to carry. I hope other people find this sleeping bag as good as I did.
Really comfy, warm sleeping bag, so far only used in spring but will be taking it travelling to colder places soon. Zip is good and doesn't get caught in the material, packs down fairly small for such a padded bag.