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Zenbivy Bed 10º

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  • The original Zenbivy Bed is the most comfortable backcountry sleeping bag ever designed. If you’re looking for a comfy bag that’s not only amazing at a developed campground but is light and compact enough for backcountry backpacking, this is the bed for you! Sleep in any position and in the widest range of temperatures—zipped up and tucked-in on cold nights, un-zipped and untucked on warm nights. The original Zenbivy Bed is the ultimate in camping comfort.

    The Zenbivy Bed 10º is perfect for colder sleepers or anyone pushing the limits of “3-season”. These beds are WARM! If you are looking for maximum warmth and comfort in your backcountry sleep system, look no further than the Zenbivy Bed 10º.

    Includes the fitted sheet, convertible top quilt, and large mesh bag for long-term storage. (Mattress, pillow, and dry sack sold separately).

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    Johanna E.
    Sweden Sweden
    Love my Zenbivy!

    I've been wanting to buy this product for a couple of years now, and I don't regret taking the plunge! I ripped it out of the packaging as soon as it arrived and slept on my living room floor that night. I had such a comfortable night's sleep, and I love being able to sprawl out, instead of feeling trapped, like I do in a regular sleeping bag. And the sleeping pad was surprisingly comfy, even though it's not very thick. Can't wait to take this out on a real adventure outdoors soon!

    United States United States
    Ridiculously cozy!!

    Side sleeping whirling dervish here. After having battled the confinement of a mummy bag my entire adult life I finally succumbed to the siren song of a quilt system and I’ll never go back. I tried other quilts first but sold them all off after trying the Zenbivy. Versatility, warmth, and comfort put this system above the others for me. I have the 10 degree bed system (quilt, sheet, and mattress). The first time I rolled over I was hooked. First of all…I rolled over!! Without having to fight to flip a bag with me or readjust a quilt to cover up…who knew how exciting such a simple pleasure would be! On top of the comfort of being able to move, the quilt is so soft and cozy. I haven’t tested the bag to it’s 10 deg. rating (and hopefully never will) but even for someone who runs cold, it has been plenty warm into the high 30s without even having the foot bed closed. If you’re looking for more versatility and comfort with your sleep system…I highly recommend the Zenbivy system.

    ALLEN C.
    United States United States


    Oliver S.
    United States United States
    Hands down the most comfortable wilderness sleep system

    Hands down the most comfortable wilderness sleep system. Zenbivy puts conventional sleeping bags to shame. I can't wait for a legitimately cold night to see if it's as comfy fully zipped at ten degrees as it is at 30. So far I love this system.

    Katharine P.
    United States United States
    Perfect for wide range of temps

    So far I've used this in 20 degree overnights (with an r4 pad) and 60 degree overnights and it was fantastic for both. I was fully synched in for the 20s and was totally comfortable. I went full quilt at some point in the 60 degrees and was still comfortable. (I probably wouldn't be able to comfortably use in overnights in the 70s/80s but I rarely camp in the middle of summer) I love that I can move around at night without waking up because it gives me room to to so. So much better than my mummy bag that makes me feel claustrophobic and was always both not warm enough and too warm. It was simple to synch/zip and unsynch/unzip in the middle of the night as needed. A standard size pillow fits in the top for car camping and it holds my backpacking pillow in place. It also is sooooo nice not to slide around on my pad anymore and just stay in one spot on the pad. Even compressed it does take up more space in my pack than my other bag, but as I get older I'm more willing to do so for a good night sleep. If I ever decide to go ultralight, I would now be a quilt convert. (32/female)