Coleman Silverton 25
Not EN Tested; about 30 degrees F in real-world use. Fill: Synthetic. 59.5oz ($55, www.coleman.com)
The Coleman Silverman is a synthetic bag comfortable down to roughly 35 degrees. It’s heavy at 3 pound 11 ounces, but has surprising attention to detail for a $55 sleeping bag. The inclusion of a velcro fastener for the zipper is a nice touch as is the internal gadget pocket. The Silverton is too large to fit in a kayak but is suitable for canoe trips with no portages and car camping. And at this price point, you won’t have a heart attack if something is spilled on it.
Caveat: Snug fit for bulk and weight.
Best for: Those on a tight budget.
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Best for expeditions with lots of hiking or portaging
Not sure where your paddling will take you? This one can do it all.
Best for tall people with active legs
Best for wet conditions
Best for immobile sleepers who need the smallest-packing bag
A do-it-all bag for car camping and the occasional overnight trip, or canoe trips without portages
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