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Packable, lightweight, warm DriDown sleeping bag for unmatched performance in humid conditions.

Whether you're about to embark on a trip to the desert or Pacific Northwest, count on the Kelty Ignite 20/EN 16 Sleeping Bag to give you the three-season performance and comfort you desire. This 20-degree sleeping bag features DriDown insulation that has a hydrophobic coating on individual fibers to ensure its insulative quality and loft so you stay comfortable in humid conditions.

  • With an EN comfort rating of 28F and lower limit of 16F, this bag is best suited for spring through fall nights in the mountains or winter nights in milder climates or sheltered yurts
  • Light, lofty 600-fill DriDown insulation offers excellent warmth-to-weight ratio for supreme efficiency and ultra-packability and dries quickly
  • Water-resistant hydrophobic treatment on individual fibers ensures down maintains its insulative quality
  • Mummy design keeps warmth close to your body while allowing for some movement
  • Tough 30D nylon ripstop outer shell withstands trail abuse
  • Downproof 50D polyester micro pongee liner keeps feathers in and feels soft next to skin
  • Box-baffle construction evenly distributes warmth and prevents cold dead spots
  • Two-way locking 58-inch zipper reduces weight while allowing easy entry and exit
  • Zippered anti-snag draft tube, adjustable form-fitting hood, full draft collar, and ground-level side seams 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 let 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
  • Ultralight stuff sack packs the bag down to its 8 x 15in size

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5 5

Bringing Warmth to the Tent

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I Love this sleeping bag. The Draft tube and draft collar are awesome features. The DWR treatment on the down is very useful. The first time I used it was in Banff doing some backpacking and the ground got a little wet at night and it didn't damage the down. (thank god) . I am 5'9" and I have regular. I'd say if you are 6'0" you should get long so you can have more room to bundle down, especially with the zip tie hood. The trapezoid foot box is comfortable when sleeping mummy style.

If I'm 6'1 should I use a regular or long?...

If I'm 6'1 should I use a regular or long? I don't know if it would be better to be slightly cooped up or have a bunch of extra bag.

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I'd say go for the long. Small weight/size penalty for the larger bag, but man if the hood isn't just right for you on the regular, when you're sleeping you'll be sleepless every time you use it.

Responded on

I personally prefer a longer bag. It will give you more room in the footbox for a hot water bottle or clothes. If you kick when you sleep, buy the long. Like Thiel said, the long will likely give you a better hood fit, and it will likely be warmer.

One important note is that the regular is actually 78" long. The average person is a little over 3" longer laying down than standing up, so you may have 3" of wiggle room.

Ultimately, I'd suggest you go to a local camping store and lay down in a bag that is 78" long and see if it fits, then buy a long ;)

Hope this helps!

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I'm 6' and have the regular. wish I would have gotten the long. I bottom out in it.

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definitely long. it's no fun after a long day not being able to fully stretch out while you try to sleep. shove a shirt in the footbox if there's too much space.

5 5

Waterproof stuff sac?

  • Gender: Male

I am purchasing this item and would like to make sure it stays dry as possible. Is the stuff sac waterproof, and if not, what would you recommend?
I really wanted a L zip but hey, for the price I can live with it .

4 5

Pushed that lower limit of 16 degrees

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Nice and warm on a night in Shenandoah NP that got down to the lower 20's. I stayed nice and comfortable, though I can't say the same for my friend, whose bag wasn't quite warm enough for our trip. He ended up getting a liner for his bad at a shop at a campground after a night of very miserable sleep. I can't say much about the DriDown yet because my tent didn't have any condensation the next morning, but I'll be sure to post something about that later.