Kelty Callisto 20 Sleeping Bag
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- Rectangular shape
- Cloud Loft Insulation
- Total Weight: 4lb 13oz (2.18 kg)
- Fits up to 6 Feet, 6 Inches
- Stuff Size: 12 x 19 Inch
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FEATURES of the Kelty Callisto 20 Sleeping Bag Layered off-set quilt construction Dual slider locking blanket zipper Zipper draft tube with anti-snag design Stuff sack included FatMan and Ribbon drawcords Two bags can be zipped together to form a double-wide Can be fully unzipped and opened flat for use as a blanket
Color: Cypress Green | Size: 6-Feet 6-Inch
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1. This sleeping bag was dynamic enough to do well in a wide range of temperatures. If it was warm, I could open the bag up and it was well ventilated. If it was cold, I stayed very warm in this bag. I could notice when it got below 20 degrees, but if I wore some base layers in the bag, then I was still comfortable.
2. The zipper is easy to open and close
3. Pretty durable
4. Good value. For the use I have already gotten out of it I would have paid over $100 for a bag like this, but paying around $70 is really nice.
1. The stitching around the zipper started to fall apart towards the end of the summer. I was literally using this bag every day though and moving it around all the time. I was a little disappointed by this, but I put this thing through the ringer and that was the only issue, so really that's not too bad, especially for the price.
2. The bag is a little bulky and heavy, that that's not too much of a problem if you're doing car camping.
3. The stuff sack it comes with is a little small. While some may say this is necessary to compress the big sleeping bag, it was kind of useless for someone like me who move the bag around every day. I ended up just using bungee cords to hold the bag together and that worked fine.
Overall, for any weekend warrior or big car camper, this is the sleeping bag for you. It's not exactly a backpacking sleeping bag, but it's a solid, all around sleeping bag that really provides a bang for your buck.
Looking forward to trying these camping as they got great reviews.