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Sleeping Bags
A good day of paddling depends upon a good night's rest. A canoeist’s sleeping bag needs to be lightweight, compressible, and able to withstand a little water. Whether you choose a bag filled with natural down or synthetic materials, look for a bag that will be warm enough for the coldest expected temperatures. Sleeping pads also help keep you warm by insulating you from the ground. Liners can stand alone in warm weather or extend the comfort rating of your bag when it's cold, while camping pillows provide added comfort year-round. For information about temperature ratings, sizing, materials, and construction, read more in About Sleeping Bags.

SELECT A SLEEPING BAG BY FILL MATERIAL:

Down Sleeping Bags
These bags insulate with goose or duck down, a highly compressible natural fill material with a long life-span. Explore bags by temperature rating:
0°F to 10°F, 15°F to 25°F, and 30°F and Above.

Synthetic Sleeping Bags
Filled with a wide variety of synthetic materials, these bags tend to be less expensive than down bags and keep you warm even when they get wet.
Explore bags by temperature rating:
0°F to 10°F, 15°F to 25°F, and 30°F and Above.

Sleeping Pads, Pillows, and Liners
These sleeping accessories can help you sleep comfortably on the trail.

Online Retailers
A complete list of where to buy canoeing-related products online.



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About Sleeping Bags
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