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As Kelty's lightest-weight 0-degree bag in 2012, the Light Year Sleeping Bag won't weigh you down during your trek. The Light Year's slanted baffles hold 600-fill down to keep you snug in your fall bivy, winter yurt, or tent at camp III during a quest for a summer summit.

  • Rated down to 0F, this bag is suited for most moderate winter nights or cold spring and fall camping
  • Tough nylon ripstop outer shell withstands trail abuse, while the chevron stitching and slant-baffle construction prevent the down from forming cold spots
  • Two-way, 58in zipper reduces weight while allowing easy entry and exit
  • A zippered draft tube, adjustable hood, draft collar, and ground-level side seams seal you off from exceptionally cold air
  • Internal liner loops and external sleeping pad loops allow you to attach accessories (sold separately) that can increase the bag's insulating power
  • A zippered chest pocket stows your headlamp in case you have to get up at night
  • Ultralight compression stuff sack packs the bag down to its 9 x 16in size
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Good down to Zero...

    I bought this bag last year before a trip to the ADK. I got it on sale so the price was right, I would have spent a little more to get something lighter if this one was not on sale. But I am very happy with how it worked in the cold damp north east weather. I used it with an inner liner to give me that extra 5 degrees of warmth. The temp on one night went well below zero and I was very cozy. But a big part of keeping warm is your sleeping pad too. Im 6 ft. tall and 185 lb. and fit in the regular fine. The half zipper is so so, but really didn't bother me.