Kelty Boys' Little Tree 20 Degree Sleeping Bag
The kid-friendly Kelty Boys' Little Tree 20 Degree Sleeping Bag keeps smaller campers warm from spring through fall. All the great backcountry features of mom or dad's bag in a junior size.
- Material: Shell - 50D polyester taffeta
- Liner material: 66D polyester taffeta
- Insulation: Cloudloftâ„¢
- Two-layer off-set quilt construction
- Two-way, locking blanket zipper
- Zipper draft tube with anti-snag design
- Can be fully unzipped and opened flat for use as a blanket
- Internal liner loops
- Sleeping pad security loops
- Ground-level side seams prevent heat from escaping
- Differential cut to maximize loft and warmth
- Sized to fit juniors
- Extra insulation centered over the chest
- Includes integrated compression storage sack
- FatMan and Ribbonâ„¢ drawcords
- Captured cordlock
- Zippered chest pocket
- Shape: Mummy
- Temp Rating: 20Â° / -7Â°C
- Fits to: 5' 4" / 163 cm
- Length: 72â€� / 183 cm
- Shoulder girth: 56â€� / 142 cm
- Stuffed diameter: 11" / 28 cm
- Stuffed length: 22" /Â 56 cm
- Fill weight:Â 41 oz. /Â 1.15 kg
- Total weight:Â 3 lb.Â 14 oz. / 1.74 kg
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Reviews - Kelty Boys' Little Tree 20 Degree Sleeping Bag
I bought this bag for my 7 year old son and it is great. We went camping in the Julian area two weeks ago. I brought my 55 degree bag for me...and I froze...my fault. The weather was not supposed to get down to 39 degrees...but my son was warm in his new 22 degree bag...THANKS ALTREC!!
not what I was looking for
I ordered this bag for my 8 year old son; however, it is way too big! I was expecting it to be much smaller (and I did neglect to read the detailed specs, so this is partially my fault). I ended up exchanging it for another brand. I am 5'2" and fit comfortably in this sleeping bag! The other thing that I didn't like about it is the stuff sack. it is attached to the bottom of the bag, which is nice , but it is loose so it doesn't compress it at all, and makes for kind of a bulky package. Also, the tag reads that it had a pillow pocket and a small zipper pocket; however, ours didn't have either of those. Perhaps that one was defective. Aside from that, the sleeping bag itself seemed to be very good quality, and would work for an older child or smaller adult.