Kelty Cosmic 20 Degree Down Sleeping Bag - Ultralight Backpacking Camping Sleeping Bag with Stuff Sack
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- The Kelty Cosmic 20 Degree sleeping bag is ideal for 3-season backpacking and camping. Water-resistant down insulation and an array of features make this sleeping bag a great combination of value and comfort.
- This sleeping bag is insulated with 600-fill Drawdown. Renowned for efficiency in retaining heat and compressible properties, down has an incredibly soft, comfortable feel, and continues to provide the best warmth-to-weight ratio of any insulation.
- Employing a unique, innovative polymer application, Drawdown actually creates a hydrophobic finish on each individual plume of down. This treatment results in insulation that stays dry longer and dries faster.
- A draft tube behind the 60" two-way locking anti-snag zipper and an insulated hood enhance the thermal efficiency of the Cosmic 20 Degree bag.
- A polyester taffeta liner provides internal comfort. Other features include a small pocket to keep electronics handy and a naturally-shaped footboy.
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PFC-Free water resistance
Simply put, Dridown represents the evolution of down insulation. Regular down is treated with a molecular level polymer to create a hydrophobic finish on each individual down plume. This finish allows DriDown to stay dry longer, without harmful PFCs. Easy on the eyes, easy on the environment.
Increased insulation over untreated down
Kelty's Dridown treated down technology retains more loft than untreated down when exposed to moisture and humidity. Bring it on mother nature.
Nylon shell and treated down create a barrier between you and the elements.
20D Nylon Taffeta shell repels and prevents moisture buildup, and Dridown insulation resists wet conditions from reaching soaking through the bag. The combination presents a clear advantage over traditional down, while retaining traditional properties.
Get back to comfort quickly
Rain happens. Dridown will resist bunching, soaking, and water retention within the bag, ensuring it can dry out quickly and efficiently. We aren't fair weather campers, after all.
|Kelty Cosmic 20 Down Sleeping Bag (2019)||Kelty Cosmic 0 Down Sleeping Bag (2019)||Kelty Women's Cosmic 20 Down Sleeping Bag (2019)||Kelty Tuck 22 Degree Mummy Sleeping Bag - Long||Kelty Tuck 22 Degree Mummy Sleeping Bag - Regular|
|Temperature Rating:||20 Degrees F||0 Degrees F||20 Degrees F||22 Degrees F||22 Degrees F|
|Fits to:||6 ft||6 ft||5 ft 8 in||6 ft 6 in||6 ft|
|Packaged Weight:||3lbs||4lbs||3lbs||3lbs 3oz||3lbs|
|Fill Weight:||18.2 oz||33.3 oz||20.7 oz||33 oz||31 oz|
|Insulation:||DriDown treated down||DriDown treated down||DriDown treated down||ThermaPro Synthetic||ThermaPro Synthetic|
The Cosmic 20 is now even better, with performance-focused DriDown. But don't worry; your favorite features, like the thermal-comfort hood and the natural fit footbox, are still around!
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One thing I find mystifying about this Kelty bag is the density of the nylons chosen for the interior and exterior. The interior is 50D, and the exterior is 20D. Therefore, it's the exterior that is extremely soft, thin, and smooth. The interior feels thicker, less soft, and tougher, and you can feel every stitch with bare feet. WHY isn't the interior 20D and the exterior 50D? Wouldn't most people want the softer fabric on the inside, and the tougher fabric on the outside? Softer/thinner fabric = more prone to tears and rips. On the outside. Can anyone explain this?
It doesn't make any sense to me whatsoever.
I just got in from a two night backcountry outing in the Eastern Sierra . Low 40's at night. I was inside my tent (also Kelty), in my layers, wearing a puffy (!!) while in the sleeping bag and I was still uncomfortably cold.
If you go out often, splurge for a better bag.