Updated on June 22, 2022

Don’t let your sleeping bag get in the way of snuggling up with your better half in the outdoors! Keep warm and snuggle until your heart’s content with a double sleeping bag. The best double sleeping bags offer plenty of insulation, ample space, and are comfy enough for both you and your partner. The problem is, with so many bags, which one do you two choose?

We’re here to help you out. Our goal at The Adventure Junkies is to take all the hassle out of purchasing outdoor gear and apparel. We’ll guide you through what you need to consider as well as include our top picks for the best double sleeping bags so you and your other half can get a good night’s rest!

For a complete analysis of all backpacking sleeping bags, check out the buyer’s guide Best Backpacking Sleeping Bags.


Quick Answer - The Best Double Sleeping Bags

  1. Feathered Friends Spoonbill UL
  2. Big Agnes Sentinel 30
  3. Big Agnes King Solomon 15
  4. Big Agnes Cabin Creek 15
  5. NEMO Jazz Duo
  6. Klymit KSB Double
  7. Big Agnes Camp Robber
  8. Exped MegaSleep Duo 25
  9. Big Agnes Dream Island 15


Comparison Table - Best Double Sleeping Bag

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NameInsulationTemp RatingWeightVolumePriceRatingReview
Feathered Friends Spoonbill ULDown20 F2.3 lbs17.0 L$9294.6Read Review
Big Agnes Sentinel 30Down40 F3.2 lbs11.2 L$4004.6Read Review
Big Agnes King Solomon 15Down15 F4.3 lbs-$4304.7Read Review
Big Agnes Cabin Creek 15Synthetic15 F4.6 lbs07.8 L$2904.0Read Review
NEMO Jazz DuoSynthetic20 F7.5 lbs20.9 L$3004.5Read Review
Klymit KSB DoubleDown / Synthetic30 F5.0 lbs-$3804.4Read Review
Big Agnes Camp RobberDown45 F3.4 lbs29.6 L$3004.4Read Review
Exped MegaSleep Duo 25Synthetic25 F4.3 lbs14.0 L$2303.9Read Review
Big Agnes Dream Island 15Synthetic15 F7.5 lbs55.0 L$2703.7Read Review
NameInsulationTemp RatingWeightVolumePriceRatingReview

Temp ratings refer to the EN or ISO Comfort rating.

Volume refers to the compressed volume of the sleeping bag.

Weight, volume and price are shown for the regular size.

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Reviews - The Best Sleeping Bags for Two People

Feathered Friends Spoonbill UL

  • Fill Weight: 23.0 oz
  • Insulation: Down
  • Weight: 2.3 lbs
  • Shape: Semi-rectangular
  • Volume: 17.0 L
  • Temp Rating: 20 F
  • Fill Power: 950
  • Ergonomically designed hoods with separate draw cords
  • Integrated collar and hood for each user
  • Dual draft tubes


The Feathered Friends Spoonbill UL is a two-person sleeping bag for couples who want to lighten their load.

What we love the most about the Spoonbill UL is it gives couples the warmth and intimacy of being in the same bag without having to give up comfort. There are two hoods and two collars that can be adjusted and a zip on each side so you don’t have to worry about bothering your partner when you get in and out. Feathered Friends trimmed unnecessary insulation from the bottom part of the bag and the floor is made of a super lightweight Dyneema fabric. All of this results in a warm, lightweight and comfortable sleeping bag. 

One of the downsides of the Spoonbill is it’s not great for couples who want to cuddle because of its two separate hoods. Another consideration is its price tag is pretty crazy, however if you consider the price of two premium sleeping bags, it might be worthwhile. It also loses major points when it comes to versatility. If one of you decides to go on a solo trip, you’ll need a different bag.

If the price tag puts you off, check out the Big Agnes Sentinel 30. It is a much more affordable double bag option.

Big Agnes Sentinel 30

  • Fill Weight: 20.0 oz
  • Insulation: Down
  • Weight: 3.2 lbs
  • Shape: Semi-Rectangular
  • Volume: 11.2 L
  • Temp Rating: 40 F
  • Fill Power: 650
  • Shell Material: Polyester Taffeta
  • Compressible
  • Water-repellent Down
  • Roomy

The Big Agnes Sentinel 30 is a double sleeping bag that is a great option for couples looking for an affordable 2-person bag. 

What we love the most about this bag is that it gives you all the warmth advantages of sharing one bag while still being roomy and comfortable. We also liked the price point, it’s not super expensive like the Feathered Friends Spoonbill nor is it too bulky or heavy for backpacking, like some cheaper options. The Sentinel comes with a Flex Pad Sleeve which makes connecting two pads easy. Alternatively, you could stretch it around a double wide pad. 

The biggest drawback of this bag, and double bags in general is its lack of versatility. If one partner wants to go solo backpacking for a few nights, she’ll need another bag.

If you want a more premium sleeping bag for you and your adventure partner, check out the Feathered Friends Spoonbill UL. While it’s over double the price, it is much lighter and compressible than the Sentinel. 

Big Agnes King Solomon 15

  • Insulation: Down
  • Weight: 4.3 lbs
  • Temp Rating: 15 F
  • Flex Pad Sleeve attaches to your pad like a fitted bed sheet.
  • Pillow Barn keeps your pillow tucked in tight all night.
  • Mesh storage sack and nylon stuff sack included.

The Big Agnes King Solomon 15 is a roomy doublewide sleeping bag that is perfect for couples who are tired of zipping two bags together. 

What we love the most about this bag is how warm and cozy it is. Big Agnes claims it’s like your own bed in the backcountry and we have to agree. We also appreciated the well thought out design of the King Solomon 15. It has vertical baffles that help keep the insulation in place instead of bulking up on one side. It also has a pad sleeve on the bottom to prevent your sleeping pads from slipping out from underneath you and your partner in the middle of the night. 

One of the downsides to an extra spacious bag like this one is it tends to trap a lot of dead air making it not as warm as a snug bag. If you tend to get cold at night, consider adding a thermal liner. Another nitpick with this bag doesn’t work well with narrow sleeping pads, so if you decide to go for the King Solomon, you might want to consider getting a double pad as well. 

If you’re looking for a summer double sleeping bag, check out the Big Agnes Sentinel 30. It has a lot of the same features as the King Solomon but isn’t as toasty. 

Big Agnes Cabin Creek 15

  • Fill Weight: FireLine ECO Recycled Polyester
  • Insulation: Synthetic
  • Weight: 4.6 lbs
  • Shape: Semi-rectangular
  • Volume: 07.8 L
  • Temp Rating: 15 F
  • Shell Material: Ripstop Nylon
  • Warm
  • Roomy Footbox
  • Double Side Zippers
  • 100% Recycled Insulation

The Big Agnes Cabin Creek 15 is you and your adventure partner’s answer to cold weather camping. With a temperature rating of 15-degrees Fahrenheit, this double sleeping bag will serve you well as a 3-season bag along with mild winter camping. 

Slip on in and bundle up by cinching down on the internal drawcord and wrapping the corner pocket around your shoulders. Find your comfy spot and enjoy the extra foot room with the spacious footbox. Big Agnes also did you a solid by incorporating zippers on each side so there’s no need to wake up your partner if you need to climb out at night.

NEMO Jazz Duo

  • Fill Weight: Stratofiber Synthetic Fibers
  • Insulation: Synthetic
  • Weight: 7.5 lbs
  • Shape: Rectangular
  • Volume: 20.9 L
  • Temp Rating: 20 F
  • Shell Material: 40-Denier Ripstop Nylon With DWR
  • Durable Water Repellent Finish
  • Very Roomy
  • Built-in Pillowtop

Tired of zipping two sleeping bags together? Then you will want to take a look at what the Nemo Jazz Duo has to offer. This sleeping bag built for two features an integrated design that attaches the sleeping bag to your sleeping pad to keep everything in place. With dimensions equivalent to a queen-size bed, you’ll find ample room for your hiking partner and your little tyke or furry friend. 

For additional comfort, Nemo incorporated a built-in pillowtop and a proprietary Blanket Fold that tucks in around your neck, sort of like your comforter at home. While the Nemo Jazz Duo may be on the heavy side, the size makes it a great choice for the family looking to do a casual overnighter backpacking trip.

Klymit KSB Double

  • Insulation: Down / Synthetic
  • Weight: 5.0 lbs
  • Temp Rating: 30 F
  • Durable DWR treated outer.
  • 4-way zipper lets you shed the top layer on extremely warm nights.
  • Includes two individual pad holders.

The Klymit KSB Double is a two person three season sleeping bag that is a great choice for couples who like to cuddle. 

What we liked the most about the KSB double is it’s two-part system that lets you fully unzip the bag to create a comforter. We found this really handy for warmer nights and car camping. The top layer uses a 650 fill duck down and bottom uses synthetic insulation. This helps cut the overall cost of the bag, but does make it slightly more heavy and bulkier. We appreciated the individual draft covers and hoods, which let us control how much ventilation we wanted. There are two zippers, one on each side so you don’t have to bother your partner when you want to get in or out of the bag.

The KSB Double is rated to 30 degrees, but it might not live up to that rating for all sleepers, especially women. This is a common issue with double sleeping bags because they aren’t nearly as warm as a single mummy style bag. Unless your partner is as warm as an electric blanket, you might want to bring a thermal liner for camping on chilly nights. When it comes to price, the KSB Double is a bit more expensive than similar double bags out there. It’s also quite heavy, weighing in at 4 pounds, 11 ounces, which makes this bag best suited for shorter adventures, car camping or mule assisted trekking.

Big Agnes Camp Robber

  • Fill Weight: 650-fill DownTek
  • Insulation: Down
  • Weight: 3.4 lbs
  • Shape: Rectangular
  • Volume: 29.6 L
  • Temp Rating: 45 F
  • Shell Material: Polyester Taffeta
  • Plush Quilt
  • Decent Weight
  • Water-repellent Down
  • Pillow Pockets

The Big Agnes Camp Robber Double is like sleeping on a cloud despite being on the cold hard ground. The plush 650-fill down quilt feels like backcountry luxury while the fitted pad cover is soft to the touch. 

Whether you and your backpacking partner sleep with the quilt fully zipped or like a throw, you’ll love all this yummy comfort. And the best part? You can have all this without the weight. Weighing less than 4-pounds, the Big Agnes Camp Robber Double is light enough to stuff inside your backpacking pack and not make you feel guilty about added weight for the sake of comfort.

Exped MegaSleep Duo 25

  • Fill Weight: Polyester
  • Insulation: Synthetic
  • Weight: 4.3 lbs
  • Shape: Rectangular
  • Volume: 14.0 L
  • Temp Rating: 25 F
  • Shell Material: 40-Denier Ripstop Nylon
  • Affordable
  • Quick-drying Insulation
  • Soft

The Exped MegaSleep Duo 25 offers incredible bang for your bang. This double sleeping bag features a clever design that offers two temperature ratings. If it’s chilly out, sleep with the dark blue side up and stay toasty down to 25-degrees Fahrenheit. If it happens to be warmer out, the light blue side will keep you warm as long as temps don’t go below 40-degrees Fahrenheit. 

Stuff the Exped MegaSleep Duo 25 into your pack and unravel at camp. This double sleeping bag is compressible without losing loft so you can maximize insulation. Soft to the touch, the Exped MegaSleep Duo is an affordable option for the camping couple who want comfort and don’t mind a little extra bulk.

Big Agnes Dream Island 15

  • Fill Weight: FireLine Max Polyester (50% Recycled)
  • Insulation: Synthetic
  • Weight: 7.5 lbs
  • Shape: Semi-Rectangular
  • Volume: 55.0 L
  • Temp Rating: 15 F
  • Shell Material: Ripstop Nylon
  • Roomy
  • Comfortable
  • Anti-snag Zippers On Each Side

Big Agnes named this sleeping bag Dream Island for a reason. This giant sleeping bag is pure camping luxury with its warm insulation and spacious interior. 

Snuggle up inside and get warm. The cozy hood and no-draft collar will prevent heat from escaping. Meanwhile, if one of you happen to get a little too warm, you can unzip the anti-snag zipper on your side and let out some of that body heat without disturbing your partner. While the Big Agnes Dream Island is certainly a luxury, it will cost you in weight and space. That said, if you’re not going far, this double sleeping bag may be right up your alley.





The thing to keep in mind when choosing a double sleeping bag is you get two for the price of one. That said, the price can range from affordable to expensive. You can easily spend a couple hundred on a single sleeping bag so the same price for a double will wind up saving you money – if that’s all you’ll be using. Consider the type of camping you’ll be doing and weigh the cost.



Since they’re built for two, double sleeping bags will have more material which means more weight. The kicker here is, you can’t split the weight up between two packs when you’re backpacking. If you want the benefits of a double bag minus the weight, go with a lighter option. On the other hand, if you’re car camping you can trade in weight for luxury.



While your adventure partner will help heat up your shared sleeping bag, double sleeping bags leave more room for air so they won’t necessarily insulate as well as a single sleeping bag.

However, that doesn’t mean they’re not warm. Many double sleeping bags have toasty temperature ratings. The question is, how much warmth will you need on your trip? When in doubt, go with a warmer bag. Nothing is worse than spending the whole night shivering. For more tips, check out our guide on How to Stay Warm in a Tent



The temperature rating of a sleeping bag will tell you the lowest temperature the average person can sleep comfortably inside it. This rating is determined by lab testing which means real-world performance can vary. If you’re a cold sleeper, it’s best to go with a sleeping bag that has a rating lower than the lowest temp you’ll be sleeping in. If your partner is a warm sleeper, they can always unzip their side.



The insulation of your double sleeping bag is what will help you retain body heat and stay warm. There are two types you’ll encounter:

Down insulation is superior when it comes to maximizing warmth. Made from the plumage of ducks and geese, down is lofty, lightweight, and compressible. It’s also expensive and pretty much useless when wet.

Synthetic insulation performs well in the outdoors. It’s moisture-wicking, quick-drying, less expensive, and still insulates when wet. The drawback is it doesn’t insulate as well and is heavier than down.




Durable water repellent (DWR)

Durable water-repellent, or DWR as it’s often referred to, is a common treatment added to outdoor gear and apparel. This finish allows water droplets to roll off the material rather than saturate it.


Hydrophobic down

Down treated with a water-repellent chemical.


Draft collar

A draft collar is an insulated area around the head opening. This is designed to prevent heat from escaping.