Haglöfs ZNOOZ2000

You get a lot of quality for £110. This synthetic sleeping bag bag comes in a compression sack and feels very soft when unstuffed. It is made with quite lightweight shell materials with double layers of insulation to reduce cold spots. The side zip is well-designed, doesn’t snag easily and an excellent interlocking pair of baffles protects it. Get in the bag and it feels very spacious compared to others, so it’s good for larger people or really cold nights when you keep your clothes on. There’s a good shoulder baffle too and the hood also draws in reasonably well. Furthermore this bag is also good at repelling water, which is essential in a winter camping situation. But this bag is only rated as -6 (in the lab it was rated as -8 deg C). Other bags are warmer and lighter, but they cost more too of course. Although the zip was good it did snag on the thin fabric more easily than the best bags. Nothing major to worry about really though if you find those drawbacks tolerable.

 

Size: 220x80x55cm
Shell: Dupont Thermolite Extra
Inner: Dupont Tactel 33/45 D
Construction: double layers
Insulation: Dupont Thermolite Extra
Packed size: 25x42cm; 25x31cm compressed
Weight: 1960g; 2120g with stuffsack
Made in China
Stores: England-15; Wales-3; Scotland-2; Ireland-0
Comfort ratings deg C:
Claimed -6
Tested -8

Verdict: Buy it if you want a low-priced bag, as this is a great option especially for the larger person, but it’s not the warmest.