Sleeping Bags and Mats

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Roman Palm Series
Latest review: This bag is warm, no doubt. Slept in 1degree with light thermal layers and was super toasty, under the bits that were covered. I would suggest it's a youth or women's model, not made for large

Dune 4WD Supreme 3D Mat
Latest review: This Product exceeded my expectation. I am new to camping and decided to invest in a new Double Sleeping Mat to help get through the night. The 'Supreme' model is more expensive that the

Kathmandu Globe v4
Latest review: Such a well priced synthetic bag which is truly warm and comfortable. Used on many school camps both in autumn and

Kathmandu Pathfinder v2
Latest review: On hikes in south Vic with a good ground mat, has not let me down. Definitely need to hood in to keep the heat. At the cruical time round 4 - 6 am in winters mornings have slept right through, I've

Mont Tapered Rectangular Series
Latest review: I recently started my research to buy a sleeping bag for our 15 year old son, with a couple of years of school outdoor ed camping coming up we wanted to buy quality. I was amazed to find the Mont

Coleman Pilbara Range
Latest review: Purchased the 0° and -3° range. Very large to fit in. The -3 was very warm, I actually got too hot. It has a lining you can take out as well if too hot. We used them in a tent with temperature only a

Sea to Summit Comfort Plus
Latest review: I have tried many sleeping mats. Trying to find the balance between comfort and size you cant go wrong with this product. Rolls up small but when fully inflated is 8cm thick. Used it camping and had

Caribee Snow Drift
Latest review: Love this sleeping bag! It is wonderfully snuggly with the hood and the shoulder cord drawn tight. Really warm! Used in temps below 10 but have not tried it in anything subzero (I think the -10 is

Roman Traveller Series
Latest review: I like to travel,to cold cold places (snowy mountains,blue mountains) so i needed a good night sleep to be ready for hiking in the morning.my first sleeping bag was a Coleman walkabout -5 sleeping

Coleman Reversa Wrap
Latest review: These are just fantastic, I bought a second one after the first. This is a reversible, zipperless sleeping bag. The bottom layer is a little more padded which is great for when sleeping on an airbed

Malachowski Ultralight 300
Latest review: This is one seriously warm sleeping bag with a comfort level of -17 C and an outrageous -41 C Extreme limit. I am one of those crazy ultra-light hikers and while this bag is overkill for most

Sea to Summit Ultra Light
Latest review: Have done several trips, maybe 25 nights in total and no complaints. I also bought the bag that doubles as a pump, a really smart system, only takes 1 minute to inflate. I had a self inflating type

Western Mountaineering Antelope GWS
Latest review: No, GWS doesn't stand for Greater Western Sydney. It's 'Goretex windstopper'. This sleeping bag was a sensational addition to my winter hiking kit (or summer in tassie). Weight is 1.3kg. Not bad

Oztrail Outback Comfort
Latest review: When you buy a sleeping bag you can really only rely on reviews. It's not like you can try them out first, so there is always some apprehension as to whether they perform to your expectations. Well,

Therm-a-Rest Trail Lite
Latest review: Rectangular shape self-inflating mat, 4cm approx thickness. Orange & brown full length (198cm). Trusty old camping mattress used many many times. This was a quality purchase that I am about to

Wanderer Extreme 4x4 Mat
Latest review: We have had this for a few years now and it has been a fantastic mat. Top is flocked so comfortable to sleep on directly if necessary. We never hit the ground when we sleep on them so the other

Wanderer Ultralite Compact
Latest review: Great Mat for Hiking / camping. Packs small. Unfortunately it doesn't have a way to pump the mat up other than breathing into it? Similar mats from other brands either come with a device to do this

Macpac Alpine Cocoon eVent
Latest review: I have the 2007 model. I haven't seen the 2012 model - this is just a review of the Macpac eVent material. I'd be keen for owners of the 2012+ models to review this – specifically, have Macpac i

Roman Extremelite Series SEXLZT
Latest review: Quite a good sleeping bag in general, easy to lug around in a pack and warm enough in anything 5 degrees and up (keep in mind I am talking about the 0 degree rated model). Personally I probably

Roman Beast 3D
Latest review: We bought 2 Roman Beasts for our camper trailer, but we have only used one. We use it as a doona. It's very warm with the flannelette liner and the outer cover doesn't get as damp like a regular

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