Good double sleeping bag?

(5 Posts)
HolyDrinker Sun 31-Aug-14 20:43:01

Is there such a thing? DD is a co-sleeping, breastfeeding all night kinda gal and I really don't fancy hanging a boob out of a single sleeping bag for her, so was thinking a double for us both would work. But can't find any that get good reviews. Is this because they don't exist?

TooTiredToBeCreative Sun 31-Aug-14 20:56:20

I have just bought & used an outwell double- can't remember the name but it was relatively cheap at £50ish. I thought it was fine. Same situation as you, co-sleeping & BF dd. it's not particularly thick but I don't think to be too hot at night so was fine for me. We were camping up north last week so weather wasn't great & DD & I were fine in sleeping bag!

TooTiredToBeCreative Sun 31-Aug-14 20:58:18

* don't LIKE to be too hot

It was the Outwell campion and is £40 at campingworld.co.uk

HolyDrinker Sun 31-Aug-14 21:02:53

Thanks, will check it out.

hz Mon 01-Sep-14 21:17:55

I have a vango wilderness double which is loverly. I had a double sleeping bag previously which was only 2 season and I was often chilly, apart from on warm summer camps. The new one is lovely and cosy (3 season) but has zips down each side so easy ventilation on warmer nights. The best thing though is the fabulously soft liner. My last bag had become a bit bobbly on the inside, the new one is so soft I can't wait to get my socks off and snuggle into it. Really love it. So there you go a positive review.

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