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A women-specific mummy that cures goosebumps.

Your winding scree trail leads to a sheltered camp around 8,000 feet and, thanks to the Kelty Women's Light Year 20-Degree Sleeping Bag, you get some sleep despite the cold winds pummeling your tent. Engineered with a women-specific fit, this mummy bag surrounds you with 600-fill down to hold in your body heat during those chilly summer nights in the mountains.
  • Rated down to 20F, this bag is best-suited for summer nights in the mountains or cool spring and fall nights
  • Tough nylon ripstop outer shell withstands trail abuse, while the wave stitching and slant-baffle construction prevent the down from forming cold spots
  • The 600-fill down insulation compresses and rebounds well and features a high warmth-to-weight ratio
  • A zippered draft tube, adjustable hood, draft collar, and ground-level side seams seal you off from chilly air
  • Two-way, 58-inch zipper reduces weight while allowing easy entry and exit
  • 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 8 x 14in size

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I'm loving this bag

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this bag to take on a week long white water rafting trip on the Salmon River, ID. The day time temperatures were in the mid to high 90's and the evenings temperatures were in the low 60's and I slept very comfortably with this bag unzipped; I woke up every morning inside the bag. As advertised this bag stuffs very small, so small that I was able to fit my sleeping bag, med. duffle bag, and a pillow in a 70 L dry bag

4 5

A sleeping bag that meets it's temp rating

I have used this bag on two trips to lakes that were still frozen and the open water on the lake edge froze solid overnight (estimate about 27 F). By keeping the hooded part of the bag on and making full use of the draft collar I was able to stay comfortable. I am NOT a warm sleeper (have to wear socks to bed and 2 quilts all winter at home). Knowing my poor cold tolerance I did wear extra clothing and socks to sleep in. This bag also stuffs very small and has a great compression sack included. Only con is that the bag seems small for an average size person. I am only 5'1" and about 20 lbs overweight and it is just about the right size for me.