I was lucky enough to sleep on a featherbed in winter and could cover up with several blankets. Sometimes I used an electric blanket, too.
Perhaps you’ve slept in a cold room, or still do, and have your own stories to tell.
But what would you do if you couldn’t heat parts of your home or none of it at all? What would you tell a family member or friend to do? Suppose there were no electricity and heating oil wasn’t available. You might be able to keep one room warm with a wood stove or propane heater, but what about the bedroom?
One option is to sleep in a sleeping bag suitable for winter camping, such as the Coleman North Rim 0 Degree Sleeping Bag. Some of the companies who advertise on DestinySurvival carry sleeping bags suitable for cold weather, but a reader bought this Coleman sleeping bag for himself and brought it to my attention. I’m making it the DestinySurvival Pick of the Week.
This man chooses not to heat his bedroom and wanted something especially suited for keeping warm in an unheated room. This Coleman sleeping bag is designed to provide the most comfortable overnight stay in cold weather if you’re winter camping. Reviewers were pleased with how well it performed in single digit temps.
It weighs a little over 6 pounds and can be stored in its own stuff sack. A couple of reviewers say it’s too bulky for easily carrying when backpacking, and they suggest it’s more suitable for car camping. But if you’re using it indoors regularly as the reader I mentioned above, that isn’t a concern.
The Coleman North Rim 0 Degree Sleeping Bag can be ordered when you click on its title wherever you see it linked in this post. You’ll be taken to the page where it’s featured. There you’ll find a complete description and can read reviews. Add it to your cart to start the order process.
Whether you choose to use this sleeping bag to make it easier to sleep in an unheated room or want to prepare for a time when heating your home in winter isn’t possible, this Coleman sleeping bag will serve your needs. Why not get a Coleman North Rim 0 Degree Sleeping Bag today? There’s still a lot of winter left.
And then there’s next year.