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How to select the right sleeping bag?

Views: 58     Author: Site Editor     Publish Time: 2022-04-11      Origin: Site

Nowadays, sleeping bags has become a necessity for outdoor activities.However, many outdoor enthusiasts are still confusing in how to choose a appropriate sleeping bag. and all that is due to their incomprehension on the sleeping bag temperatures.


Please check below the detailed explanations for sleeping bag temperatures.

1. extreme temperature (Text)

lower extreme temperature where the risk of health damage by hypothermia occurs

2. comfort temperature (Tcomf)

lower limit of the comfort range, down to which a sleeping bag user with a relaxed posture, such as lying on their back, is globally in thermal equilibrium and just not feeling cold

3. limit temperature (Tlim)

lower limit at which a sleeping bag user with a curled up body posture is globally in thermal equilibrium and just not feeling cold

4. maximum temperature (Tmax)

upper limit of comfort range, up to which a partially uncovered sleeping bag user just does not perspire too much.


As we know among the above four temperatures, it makes no big difference for extreme temperature and maximum temperature, usually in the practical situation, we will not take risk on these two temperatures, all we need to get is only the comfortable temperature. However, in order to reach the effect of marketing, many sleeping bag sellers on the market often use extreme temperature to promote vigorously, such as minus 40 degrees or minus 50 degrees and so on. Thus when we want to choose the temperature of the sleeping bag, please don't be fooled by this extreme temperature. Once again, only the comfortable temperature is our actual temperature, and that is what we should concentrate on.


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