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Down Sleeping Bags

Sleeping bags filled with natural goose or duck down provide superior insulation (warmth) without sacrificing weight or compressibility. They also have proven to have a longer life-span than most synthetic bags. Down sleeping bags do not keep you warm when wet, though, so look for bags with water resistant or waterproof shells. For a detailed explanation of the different qualities of down and how it insulates, read more in About Sleeping Bags.

EXPLORE DOWN BAGS BY TEMPERATURE RATING:
0°F to 10°F:
Suitable for fall or spring paddling in colder climates and for summer in chilly destinations like the Arctic.
15°F to 25°F:
Suitable for spring, summer, and fall paddling in moderate climates and summer paddling in places where it may drop below freezing at night.

30°F and Above:
Suitable for year-round paddling in temperate climates and summer paddling in moderate climates, where staying cool can be as important as staying warm.













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