Kelty Cosmic 20 Degree Sleeping Bag
|Price:||$146.20 - $293.04|
- 50D Down Proof Polyester/600 Fill Power DriDown
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From the manufacturer
- Size Short: Fits to: 5 ft 6 in / 168 cm
- Size Regular: Fits to: 6 ft / 183 cm
- Size Long: Fits to: 6 ft 6 in / 198 cm
600 fill power DriDown.
This bag is hotter than ever.
Seriously. The Cosmic down 20°F sleeping bag has been restyled for 2016 and now features the exceptional warmth of 600-fill hydrophobic DriDown for higher performance. That means more moisture defense and quicker drying in the cold and wet. Versatile enough to use in 3 seasons, with great features like a thermal comfort hood and top draft collar, it’s a no-brainer for backpackers who love to be outside in rain, snow or shine.
A Kelty Top-Seller, the Cosmic 20 is now even better, with performance focused 600FP DriDown
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I took this bag out on a weekend trip to do a section of the PCT. After a long day on the trail, I was really looking forward to crawling into it that night. The temperature took a nose dive and my buddy and I found ourselves in our bags sitting around the campsite. He also had a Cosmic Down 20 (his was a much older model-it was red).
When it came time for bed the temperature was in the lower 30's, I slept in some wool socks, a base layer shirt and my fleace jacket (somehow my base layer pants didn't make it into my bag) and was warm for most of the night. At one point the temperature dropped into the mid 20's and I woke up with cold feet and legs. I threw a couple of hand warmers into the toe box and once they started working I slept comfortably the rest of the night.
I'm looking forward to many more nights in the backcountry with this bag!
Amateur campers take note: a sleeping bag won't keep you toasty warm all the way down to its rated temperature. It will keep you alive though! Start adding layers of clothing when the outside temperature drops and you can stay comfortable to the rated temperature though.