I particularly like this Salewa sleeping bag. The inner material is one of the most comfy, and there’s a good stretch too it meaning wrigglers like me can get comfortable. The 3D flex, I think, are little flares in the fabric that allow movement. The fill power isn’t the highest here, so it is bulkier than some, but it’s still a great price for a warm sleeping bag (although not the warmest here with a comfort rating of -9°C. There’s another zip around the feet so it can be used as a blanket, for some reason.
Daniel Neilson braves the cold to test some of the warmest sleeping bags on the market. On test Salewa Phantom - 14 3D Flex sleeping bag
Fill 600+ fill power down Shell 23D polyester Ripstop DWR Zip Full-length and around feet Sizes 2 Maker's rating Comfort -9еЎC, Limit -14еЎC, Extreme -33еЎC Down policy No force-fed or live-plucked animals (TE Responsible Down Standard) Weight 1550g