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The versatile, budget-friendly Kelty Women's Mistral 20 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag gives you quality comfort without the high cost. This EN-rated bag delivers three-season warmth for outdoor living in the desert, on mountaintops, or dense forests. When the nighttime temperatures drop, a draft tube, quilted construction, cinching drawcords, differential cut, and ground-level seams let the efficient and light CloudLoft insulation do its thing. And convenient details like liner and sleeping pad loops and a pillow pocket to keep everything tidy and in place make the night more restful.

  • European-tested (EN) and rated down to 20F, this bag is suited for spring, fall, and mild winter months
  • Synthetic CloudLoft insulation offers three-season comfort on camping and yurt trips
  • Mummy design keeps warmth close to your body while allowing movement
  • Tough 58D polyester ripstop outer shell and taffeta liner withstand wear and tear and feel soft next to skin
  • Zipper draft tube protects against cold leaks; ground-level side seams and differential cut maximizes warmth and minimizes chill
  • Two-layer offset quilt construction reduces dead, or cold, spots
  • FatMan and Ribbon drawcords seal out the cold with a snug fit
  • Two-way zipper allows easy entry and exit and lets you air out your feet when they get toasty
  • Anti-snag zippers operate smoothly and prevent damage to bag or outerwear
  • Can be fully unzipped and opened flat for use as a blanket for multiple campers
  • Liner and sleeping pad loops secure your liner, bag, and pad in the right place
  • Hang loops let you properly store your bag for optimal loft, cleanliness, and performance
  • Pillow pocket holds your pillow in place, so you don’t wake up with a stiff neck
  • Zippered chest pocket conveniently stores valuables
  • Stuff sack included
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Decent bag!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I used this sleeping bag for a weekend in Maine in October. The temperature got down to the mid-30's at night, and the only thing that got cold were my feet. I ended up putting hand warmers in my socks. I also had to put on a couple layers of clothes to be able to sleep through the night. So the comfort level for this bag might be around 38F or 40F. I think I would have been really cold and very uncomfortable if the temperature went down to 20F.

I was able to stuff the sleeping bag in the bottom of my backpack, and I didn't use the stuff sack. I think the size listed (11x18in) is pretty accurate. It is light weight too.

I liked that it had a draw-string around the head, so I could tighten the opening and keep the air out, or I could keep it loose if it got too warm.

I am a 5'3'' female of average build, and I fit comfortably in it. I am happy with my purchase, but my only complaint is that my feet got cold.