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Kelty Cosmic 0 Degree Sleeping Bag

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Kelty Cosmic 0 Degree Sleeping Bag

The Kelty Cosmic 0 Degree Sleeping Bag is a four-season, synthetic bag that will keep you warm in all seasons and conditions. Campers and backpackers in both wet and dry climates will appreciate this synthetic bag.

  • Material: shell - 40D nylon diamond ripstop
  • Liner material: 50D polyester taffeta
  • Insulation: Kelty CloudLoft ™ Pro
  • Two-layer, offset-quilt construction
  • Top baffle collar
  • Insulated hood baffle
  • 3/4-length, two-way locking zipper
  • Zipper draft tube with anti-snag design
  • Internal liner loops
  • External snap loops allow bag to function as a liner
  • Sleeping pad security loops
  • Hang loops for storage
  • Fa™an and Ribbon™drawcords
  • Captured cordlock
  • Ground-level side seams prevent heat from escaping
  • Differential cut to maximize loft and warmth
  • Stuff sack included
  • Shape: Mummy
  • Comes in display box
  • Size Regular: Fits to 6' / 183 cm
  • Size Long: Fits to 6'6" / 198 cm
  • Regular Specifications:
  • Length: 80" / 203 cm
  • Shoulder girth: 62" / 157 cm
  • Fill weight: 43 oz. / 1.2 kg
  • Stuffed diameter: 10" / 25 cm
  • Stuffed length: 18" / 46 cm
  • Long Specifications:
  • Length: 86"/ 218 cm
  • Shoulder girth: 66" / 168 cm
  • Fill weight: 46 oz. / 1.3 kg
  • Stuffed diameter: 10" / 25 cm
  • Stuffed length: 18" / 46 cm
  • Temp Rating:  0° F / -18° C
  • Total weight: 4 lb 6 oz / 2.0 kg

Buy the Kelty Cosmic 0 Degree Sleeping Bag from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.



4 Star Rating

Reviews - Kelty Cosmic 0 Degree Sleeping Bag

4 Stars jumpingjo - 2012-10-23

Working so far
Comfortable bag. I haven't taken it out in super-cold temperatures yet, but the first time I climbed halfway in to test it I had to get back out because it was too warm. It's a little bulky, but I expected that. Right now, I'm using it while I car camp at a work gig, so I don't care, but if I was going to try to actually take it camping, I would probably buy a compression sack. The stuff sack included is great as a storage bag, but does nothing to try to shrink the pack volume down. So far, it is exactly as described. A little big, no fancy features like a storage pocket, but warm and not too expensive. I'm excited to see how it holds up over time and in colder weather.



3 Stars lildbo - 2011-08-10

Not for Hiking
I had to get a warmer bag for my last trip and got one of these based on price, kind of ignoring the 4.5 lbs weight listed. This bag is too big to take hiking. It's heavy, but I thought that wasn't a killer. But it does not compress a lot and ends up taking up a lot of room in your bag. I had to buy a separate compression bag just to shrink it down. There went the savings. It is very warm and comfortable. I'm 6'0", and found that the bag could have been maybe an inch longer. But, I had a pillow in the bag with me. Without the pillow the bag fit fine. In the end, I guess it depends on what you're doing. If you're driving to a spot and camping in the woods, this is a pretty good bag, especially for the price. If you intend on carrying it on your back for more than a couple of miles, pay the extra money and get something smaller.



 
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