Double sleeping bags are hugely popular – and it won’t take you long to realise why. They allow two people to sleep together, whilst still being able to make the most of all the best characteristics and insulating components that a single sleeping bag provides. They’re the ideal cosy sleeping solution for couples heading for an outdoor adventure!
Generally used for couples who are camping together, double sleeping bags ensure that you can still sleep side by side with your loved one regardless of where you are. If the kids are prone to getting spooked whilst you're out in the wilderness, then they offer enough space for a little one too. In fact, the double sleeping bag is also ideal for sleepovers, leaving you with less luggage to transport! These are perfect for a couple heading out for a trip in the summer months of the UK but as air can easily move around inside, you will need something warmer for cooler climes.
If you have friends staying over and not enough beds, a double sleeping bag will do the trick too. They are so incredibly easy to get out, will be comfortable for couples, and can easily be put away again. When you think about it, it's actually much simpler than making beds up, and your guests won’t mind when they discover just how cosy this is.
Unknown to many people, a double sleeping bag can vary with regards look and shape so you’ll find that not all are the same. For instance, there is the popular 'mummy' shaped sleeping bag as well as the rectangular sleeping bag too - and both have different characteristics and should be purchased depending on what you prefer. Double Mummy shaped bags should be seriously considered for the colder nights but if you want that extra bit of space and freedom then the rectangular will be your best bet.
As well as shape, you’ll notice that many other features differ when buying your new double sleeping bag too.
Some come with hoods, zips and different baffles for example. In some cases a double sleeping bag can even be separated to form two single sleeping bags – which isn’t just perfect if there are any disagreements, but also means you can take a single sleeping bag away if you’re heading off for an outdoor trip on your own too!