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Sleeping Bags For Any Backpacking Trip

Mountain Side Gear Rental rents sleeping bags that are comfortable, warm, and very packable. Whether you are looking for a super-lightweight down bag or a bag for cold nights, our inventory of premium sleeping bags has what you want.

As backpacking sleeping bag rentals do not include an air pad, we recommend adding one for additional comfort. Add a closed cell foam pad to your bag-air pad combo for additional thermal protection.

About Temperature Ratings

The sleeping bag’s temperature rating identifies the lowest temperature at which a bag is intended to keep the average sleeper warm. When a bag is described as a “0-degree bag,” it means that most users should remain comfortable if the air temperature drops no lower than 0°F. These ratings assume that the sleeper using a sleeping pad under the bag.

Comfort level varies from person to person, and sleeping bag temperature ratings vary from one manufacturer to the next. Use these ratings as a guide only — not a guarantee.

  • 0-degree sleeping bags are perfect for those crisp nights found in higher altitudes and your early-spring or late-fall treks.
  • 20-degree sleeping bags are ideal for coastal thru-hikes, the Rocky Mountains in summer and lower altitudes.
  • 25-degree down sleeping bags are great for spring to fall backpacking trips.

Down Filled 25 Degree Sleeping Bag for Backpacking

Lightweight, Down-Filled Backpacking Bag

Our lightest and most packable sleeping bag that is super comfortable. Great option for anyone looking to cut weight and volume in their backpack.

20 Degree Sleeping Bag for Backpacking

Synthetic Cool Weather Backpacking Bag

This sleeping bag is a great all-purpose, cool weather choice for any backpacking trip. For lower elevations this is perfect. For higher elevations it is a great choice for the summer adventures.

Zero Degree Sleeping Bag for Backpacking

Synthetic Cold Weather Backpacking Bag

Zero degree sleeping bags are ideal for late or early season backpacking trips. Generally heavier and larger, the trade off for increased warmth is worth it.