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Synthetic sleeping bags may be easier for you to use and also often slightly cheaper. The synthetic sleeping bags can be washed on a standard washing program and dry quickly. The latter is also useful when you spend the night in a humid climate, the synthetics generally dry faster than down.
A disadvantage of a synthetic sleeping bag is the degree of insulation. A synthetic sleeping bag insulates by means of hollow spaces in the fibers of the fabric. Because the part you lie on is flattened, this part of the sleeping bag will never insulate optimally. An insulating sleeping mat is therefore important with a synthetic sleeping bag.
This technical three-season sleeping bag has a comfortable warm hood and a synthetic lined thermal collar. The sleeping bag has a two-way zipper that can be opened for ventilation. Furthermore, the sleeping bag has a small inner pocket and hanging loops at the foot end.
The Phoenix Spark is a lightweight sleeping bag with a synthetic filling. Suitable for camping during 2 seasons.
This 3-4 season sleeping bag can be used in every season with utmost comfort.
The Highlander Sleepline 250 Mummy is a compact sleeping bag with a synthetic hollow fiber filling. The sleeping bag is suitable for camping during 2 seasons.
The Highlander Trekker 150 Sleeping Bag is an airy mummy sleeping bag especially for the summer. This sleeping bag has one handy zipper and a built-in mosquito net to protect you optimally.