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Sleep through breakfast in the Eclipse.

Get the same quality sleep in your tent or cabin that you get in your bedroom when you settle in the the night in the Kelty Eclipse Sleeping Bag. Alone or with company, this rectangular bag is your ticket on the sandman express with its double-layered, offset-quilt construction and soft CloudLoft insulation.

  • Zipper draft tube prevents cold air from leaking in
  • Sleeping pad security loops and a pillow pocket keep those parts of your sleeping arrangements from crawling away during the night
  • Zippered chest pocket holds your flashlight for midnight snack or potty runs
  • Two-way locking blanket zips let you join two bags together to form an extra-roomy double, or open it flat to be used as a comforter

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Here's what others have to say...

1 5

Not so good

Very cheap quality. Zippers broke off after one use. Complete garbage

3 5

Nice but pricy

Great bag, love the pillow stuff sack feature it keeps your pillow right there but overall you could get a Coleman or something at Costco for less and save some bucks.

Does this sleeping bag have a built in...

Does this sleeping bag have a built in pillow?

Responded on

Joe, in last years specs they listed that it came with a pillow but people who ordered said they only come with the pillow pocket. I don't think they include the pillow but you could talk to BC rep to verify.

Responded on

It does not include a pillow, it does have a pillow pocket which is stuffed in the picture to show the feature.

I use this for motorcycle camping. What...

I use this for motorcycle camping. What size compression sack would you recommend?

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Larry an XL would be the size you are looking for.

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Yes definitely an XL. I was recommended a L and it was too tight of a fit to get in the sack. XL is great