5-second poll | Who makes the best sleeping bags?

Take our one-click poll and instantly see which bag company wins the popularity contest.
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Patagonia 850 Down Sleeping Bag

Patagonia's brand-new sleeping bag recently hit the market. // Photo: Jeff Johnson/Patagonia

All theses company make damn nice bags, but who's do you like best? You can vote for one of our picks here, or choose "other." Just be sure to write your favorite bag brand in the comment section below.

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