You and the babe sleep in the same bed every night at home, so why should it be any different when you’re camping? The mere idea of having a few inches of dead space between your sleeping bags can be enough to keep you up at night — no matter if you cuddle for affection, for warmth, or just because you think every little sound outside of the tent is a carnivorous bear!
Sleepingo Double Sleeping Bag
Sleepingo’s Double sleeping bag comes in hot with an average of five stars (yes, five stars!) from more than 3,600 reviews on Amazon, with users praising the overall value you get for a price you just can’t pass up. The outer fabric is rip-resistant, while the inner layer is silky-soft to the touch. It packs away in the accompanying stuff sack, and it even includes two small travel pillows to rest your head on. For the occasional or budget-conscious camper, this steal is hard to overlook.
TETON Sports Mammoth Double Sleeping Bag
Teton Sports doesn’t call this bag “Mammoth” by chance. At 94 by 62 inches, it’s bigger than a queen-size bed, so there’s more than enough space for two large adults. Its plush filling reminds us of sleeping in a pillow fort (ah, childhood), even if you don’t have an air mattress underneath. You can also zip this double-wide sleeping bag to another one, so there’s plenty of room for everyone at the next slumber party!
ALPS Mountaineering Spectrum 20 Double Sleeping Bag
Camping solo one weekend and with your babe the next? The ALPS Twin Peak unzips into two separate sleeping bags, so you get two for the price of one! With its plethora of zippers, you can disconnect the two pieces and drape one over the top like a blanket, or just unzip at your toes to let the little piggies breath. The world is your oyster, really!