Are you one of those people who like the idea of camping and sleeping under the stars, but cannot imagine trading your warm, comfortable bed for a sleeping bag? With new Sierra Design Bed-Style Sleeping Bag your outdoor sleep will be undisturbed.

The first and main difference between standard sleeping bags and the Sierra Designs DriDown Backcountry Bed is in design. Sierra sleeping bags don’t have annoying zippers, there is only a hole and a blanket-like cover that closes the sleeping bag. It may sound complicated, but it’s not – you lay down, pull up the cover over you, and it closes the bag. Since the hole is smaller than the width of the bag, it will be safely closed and draft-free.

Bed-style sleeping bag

Another issue is comfort: The Backcountry Bed gives you options when it comes to sleeping positions: whether you sleep on your back, stomach, or on the side, it doesn’t matter since the bag is adjustable.

Another advantage of these sleeping bags is that you can adapt to different temperatures. If you are too hot inside the bag you can simply unfold the cover a little. If you are cold, tuck in the cover around and beneath you. They also have small pockets for hands or arms that are insulated, so it makes it easier when you want to tuck in the cover.

It weights around 3 pounds, so it is not difficult to carry around.

You can find it on Amazon, the price ranging from $187.95 to $319.95. It may seem a bit expensive at first, but it is definitely something worth your money. watch video below

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Sierra Design bed-style sleeping bag

Sierra Design Backcountry Bed

Bed-style sleeping bag

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