Two common reasons why a sleeping bag no longer lofts: the insulation is damp or dirty.
Make sure your sleeping bag is completely dry before packing and storing. Throwing it into the dryer with some clean tennis balls will aid in this.
Grime, oil, and salt from our bodies can stick to the down plumes or synthetic fibers, reducing loft. Visit our Blog Post for step-by-step instructions on how to wash your bag.
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