You can sleep easy and still be roughing it.
Shivers and cramping do not make for a restful night's sleep, so next time take along the down-filled, semi-rectangular Kelty Coromell 0 Degree Down Sleeping Bag for superb warmth and comfy wiggle room. A comfort rating to 0F, box-baffle construction, form-fitting hood, and draft tube mean even in winter months the 550-fill downy warmth will keep you cozy. You can fully unzip this bag and combine it with another for a two-person slumber party, and when the weather warms you can zip off the hood for use as a blanket. All this and more ensure that you don’t regret your next night in the woods.
- European-tested (EN) and rated down to 0F, this bag is suited for most moderate winter nights or cold spring and fall camping
- Light, lofty 550-fill down insulation offers excellent warmth-to-weight ratio for supreme efficiency and ultra-packability
- Semi-rectangular design keeps warmth close to your body while allowing more movement than a mummy
- Tough 50D polyester taffeta outer shell and liner withstand wear and tear and feel soft next to skin
- Box-baffle construction evenly distributes warmth and prevents cold dead spots
- Dual-slider, locking zipper allows easy entry and exit and prevents zipper from creeping open
- Can be fully opened flat for use as a blanket or to zip together with another bag; hood zips off when not needed
- A zippered anti-snag draft tube, form-fitting hood, and ground-level side seams with differential cut seal you off from bone-chilling air
- Internal liner loops and external sleeping pad loops allow you to attach accessories (sold separately) that can increase the bag's insulating power
- Hanging loops lets you dry, air out, or store your bag when back at home
- FatMan and Ribbon drawcords and captured cordlock cinch up with staying power and ease
- Stuff sack packs the bag down to its 10 x 18in size
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Warm and a Great Fit
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
I purchased this for my dad for Christmas and he loves it. The aspect he loves the most is that he can fit comfortably in this bag. He is 6'5" with wide shoulders so has issues with not fitting in a lot of bags. This bag has ample room and doesn't squeeze his shoulders and actually fits up around his head.
For being such a big bag it is actually pretty light and can be used for backpacking. The zipper on the bag is nice too and keeps from getting snag- it also extends all the way down around the feet, not a 3/4 length zipper which I see a lot.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Just used this for camping in the Sierras. Temps down in the 40's and I had to shed all my layers as I hot. I have always been a cold sleeper. Used a 25degree Kelty synthetic prior and this is way, way warmer. I bought the long version which is prefect for my 6'1" height. Much prefer this over my prev mummy bag for both warmth and space.
Great winter car camping bag
I enjoy camping year round and needed a bag that could keep me warm, but wasn't as confining as a true mummy bag. This bag is semi-rectangular which gives plenty of room to move around, yet still tapers at the bottom which helps with heat retention. The bag has great loft and is so "puffy" you feel like you're sleeping in a cloud. The full length zipper is great because you can vent the footbox if your feet get too warm. This bag kept me plenty warm in temps as low as 30 and have no doubt it would perform at lower temps. The stuff sack that comes with it is actually a stuff/compression sack which is an added bonus. The zip-off hood allows you to customize your bag if the temps aren't too cold...great feature not seen in other bags. Highly recomend this bag for car camping (too bulky/heavy for backpacking).