Sleeping bag classified by style
The shape of the sleeping bag is directly related to the warmth of the sleeping bag, the comfort of sleeping and the volume of your luggage. The common shapes of sleeping bags are mainly as follows:
1. Mummy shape: The shape of this sleeping bag is narrower at the feet, then gradually wider at the shoulders, and finally with a temperature-isolated head pocket above the shoulders. A suitable head pocket should be able to be tightened to prevent cold wind from blowing in. Moreover, considering that people’s feet are most likely to feel cold during sleep, some mummy-shaped sleeping bags are particularly thicker at the bottom, and some styles are also designed with thicker foot pads.
2. Semi-rectangular: This sleeping bag not only saves volume and weight, but also takes into account the requirements of sleeping comfort. Most of these sleeping bags have a head pocket. In order to obtain a good temperature insulation effect, its shape is generally relatively compact.
3. Envelope shape: This kind of sleeping bag is mostly used for outdoor camping under warm conditions. This is because the original intention of this kind of sleeping bag design is to maximize people’s requirements for the comfort of outdoor camping, and the result is that it will inevitably lead to more A lot of heat is lost. This kind of sleeping bag can generally be used as a cushion by opening the zipper. This kind of sleeping bag generally does not have a special head pocket.