??!

Sleeping Gear

Go to first result

12 listings


OZtrail Mitchell Expedition Single Swag

Latest review: The Mitchell line of swags were renamed and changed slightly somewhere in 2016/2017. The Expedition has a waterproof PVC base instead of canvas in the previous model. It comes with a 5cm thick foam


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


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


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,


OZTrail Mitchell

Latest review: Following my first night in the swag my 2 main observations are: the mattress needs to be a little denser to allow for womens hips on their sides and the inner flyer zips. They need to be square


Coleman Flocked Quickbed

Latest review: Do not ever buy this product. We had 2 of them for 1.5 years, never worked, always went slightly flat. Then after warranty 1 year period went totally flat. Useless! I would steer clear of Coleman


OZtrail Wentworth

Latest review: I think the picture on the box is misleading. It appears to be so rigid and hold great shape. In reality the centre sags, i have to camp under something to tie and lift centre of swag up. Definately


Oztrail Anywhere Bed

Coleman Foxy Lady