Even the warmest days can have nasty weather.
You may only go backpacking or camping when the weather is warm and sunny, but unforeseen weather is always a possibility on every trip. Be prepared this summer with the protection that the Kelty SB 35 Sleeping Bag provides. Kelty filled this bag with 800-fill insulation for an excellent
warmth-to-weight ratio that'll keep you surprisingly comfortable when the temperatures dip. The down's
DriDown treatment repels moisture so it maintains its heat-trapping loft in rainy
weather, and it also helps the bag dry faster in case the down gets wet.
Head-2-Toe Dri waterproofing treatment on the shell offers extra protection at the head
and foot to help keep you dry in case water seeps through your tent at
night. All this, yet it only weighs a little over one pound ... perfect for all you lightweight backpackers out there.
Kelty built the SB 35's shell out of nylon ripstop for lightweight durability, and a softer taffeta lining keeps you cozy all night long. FatMan and Ribbon drawcords let you cinch the thermal-comfort hood across your head, and the top draft collar and draft tube along the zipper prevent any cold air from creeping into the bag. The dual-sliding zipper locks in place and won't snag, and the toebox has a roomy design so your feet don't feel scrunched. Kelty included a stuff sack as well as a mesh storage sack to prolong the bag's life when you aren't using it.
- 32F European Norm lower limit
- 41F European Norm comfort limit
- 800-fill DriDown insulation
- Head-2-Toe Dri waterproofing treatment
- Nylon ripstop shell, taffeta lining
- Thermal-comfort hood with FatMan and Ribbon drawcords
- Top draft collar
- Dual-slider locking zipper on right side
- Natural fit toebox
- Zipper draft tube
- Mesh storage sack and stuff sack included
- Item #KEL000I
- Q & A
Sleeping under the stars is the best way
Perfect for backpacking
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This sleeping bag is great!
-Compresses super small and is really light weight.
-The material is soft and slippery.
-My mom wasn't a big fan of it being slippery but I liked it.
-It was pretty amazing how small it could compress.
-I had the regular size and it worked okay especially for warmer weather.
-I had a little bit of trouble cinching down the draft collar.
-OH! The compression sack it came with was rad. It has clips on two sides compared to other compression sacks that don't have clips. The clips make it easier to open and close! That was a big feature that I liked!
In the photo on the right is actually my Kelty Little Tree 20 degree bag that is not the greatest for backpacking due to weight and size. The one on the right is THIS sleeping bag!!!! Then the other compression is just my clothes!
Slept under the stars in this bag! :)