- Product Dimensions: 18 x 12 x 6 inches ; 3.7 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- ASIN: B00Q0ZT00K
- Item model number: 35413713RR
- Average Customer Review: 184 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #288,798 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Kelty Cosmic Down 20 Sleeping Bag Chili Pepper Regular / Right Zip
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- LEFTnotruc(Box baffle construction,500)
- Thermal-comfort hood fit
- Top draft collar
- 58" dual-slider locking zipper
- Zipper draft tube with anti-snag design
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FEATURES of the Kelty Cosmic Down 20 Sleeping Bag Box baffle construction Thermal-comfort hood fit Top draft collar 58" dual-slider locking zipper Zipper draft tube with anti-snag design Stuff sack included FatMan and Ribbon drawcords SPECIFICATIONS of the Kelty Cosmic Down 20 Sleeping Bag EN Lower Limit: 21° F / -6° C EN Comfort Limit: 32° F / 0° C Temperature Rating: 20° F / -7° C Shape: Mummy Insulation: 550 Fill-Power Down Shell Material: 50D Polyester Taffeta Liner Material: 50D Polyester Taffeta SPECIFICATIONS for Short Fits to: 5' 6" / 168 cm Length: 72" / 183 cm Shoulder Girth: 58" / 147 cm Fill Weight: 19 oz / 0.53 kg Total Weight: 2 lbs 6 oz / 1.06 kg Stuffed Diameter: 7" / 18 cm Stuffed Length: 13" / 33 cm SPECIFICATIONS for Regular Fits to: 6' / 183 cm Length: 78" / 198 cm Shoulder Girth: 62" / 157 cm Fill Weight: 21 oz / 0.59 kg Total Weight: 2 lbs 9 oz / 1.15 kg Stuffed Diameter: 8" / 20 cm Stuffed Length: 14" / 36 cm SPECIFICATIONS for Long Fits to: 6' 6" / 198 cm Length: 84" / 213 cm Shoulder Girth: 64" / 163 cm Fill Weight: 25 oz / 0.70 kg Total Weight: 2 lbs 13 oz / 1.26 kg Stuffed Diameter: 8" / 20 cm Stuffed Length: 14" / 36 cm
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I got two of them. A short, fishing-lure-looking thing for my eleven year old daughter, and a regular-size green one for my thirteen year old son. I couldn't be more pleased. They are well made, and appear durrable. My wife, at 5'6" fits in the short just fine. I, at 6'1'', am a rather snug fit in in the regular. So far the feathers don't leak. My kids give them a thumbs up. They slept in them at 20 degrees. The daughter said her bottom half was a little cold, but not bad. The son said he slept a little cool. One door and they could have been in their own warm beds. They slept soundly (I checked on them through the night). They looked quite comfortable. We had to wake the daughter up at 9:AM. FYI, 20 degrees bare foot, and in a bathrobe is COLD! These bags should be very comfortable at 30 degrees, their "comfort" rating. The bag compresses well. For the money, this is a super value.
In reading other reviews I note a complaint that you can see light through the bag, or hollow spots, without apparent feathers. This is not a flaw, it's a down bag. Shake the bag thourally to fluff it up and distribute the feathers. You will still see light through the bag - that's OK. Another complaint I see is that the bag smells - like duck feathers. It does; and says duck down right on the tag. This is NOT a $200 goose down bag. It's no big deal. It's a camping smell that says "You're going to be warm tonight". If that bothers you, spend more money, and don't go near the camp fire; by comparison, that really stinks.
My criteria were pretty simple: it needed to be a stuff sack bag, had to be big enough for me, and needed to have a natural fill.
This bag hit all three marks for me. The bag comes with a reasonable size stuff sack that doesn't make me struggle to pack away my bag like some stuff sacks. Size wise the 6'6" bag fits me quite well, and I'm 6'1" tall. I have a fair amount of room considering it's a mummy bag. But, the icing on the cake for me is the down fill. I don't wake up covered in sweat like I used to if I sleep with the bag zipped up.
I primarily use this in the early summer when I get a few camping nights in or when sleeping in a hunting shack come November. I'm definitely not pushing the bag to its temperature limits. My summer camping trips may get down to around 50 degrees outside the tent, and I'll be sleeping on a thin blow up camping mat. My November hunting shack nights are probably around low to mid 60's with some excellent drafts. If the temp gets up into the 70's I tend to partially unzip the bag and let some of the night air creep in. Above that, I just keep my feet tucked inside and use the sleeping bag as more of a bed with a light sheet over the top of me.
I definitely recommend this sleeping bag for the casual camper who sleeps on the warm side.
I took it on a camp and run where it was drizzly and it got down to about 46 degrees (was supposed to be mid 30s) as soon as I got it. I slept in boxers and a t-shirt and was cozy all night. It worked great. I had a thick blanket on top of an older thermarest foam pad for ground insulation. The combo worked well but a thermarest air pad would be ideal. I have an old 25 degree synthetic and it is definitely not rated well but I strongly believe this Kelty will reach it's advertised limit.
If the sleeping bag is touching the ground the cold will seep right in, but it will on just about any bag that's why you need good insulation from the ground. Thermarest airpad is going to be my next purchase, the foam pads, even with a thick blanket on top of them just barely did the job in the low 40s.
I bought my girlfriend a Marmot 30 degree bag (rectangle) because she doesn't like the mummy style bags and she slept cozily. I also bought a Mr.Heater Portable Buddy just in case, because it was supposed to be in the mid 30s and it worked out really well.
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I'm giving it 3 stars because... it does smell like "duck.Read more