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The Kelty Coromell 0 Degree Sleeping Bag. Look to this spacious 0° degree sleeping bag when you need cozy warmth and room to roll over for a good night's sleep.
DECENT FEATURES of the Kelty Coromell 0 Degree Sleeping Bag
Insulated hood baffle
Two-way, locking blanket zipper
Zipper draft tube with anti-snag design
Can be fully unzipped and opened flat for use as a blanket
Form fitting hood unzips from bag for warmer weather use
Internal liner loops
Sleeping pad security loops
Hang loops for storage
Micro Fat Man and Ribbon drawcords
Micro captured cordlock
Ground-level side seams and differential cut for maximum warmth
Compression stuff sack included
Storage sack included
Zippered chest pocket
Two bags can be zipped together to form a double-wide
Rated 4 out of
Used 2 summers and and a spring, to date.I like it. The compression straps let you pack it to a bit smaller than the stated size, which is nice. Fits in my Gregory Palisade. You can move around which makes changing nice, but I'd probably rather cut some size as I think it's a tad too big. I've used it down to the 20's, I believe, maybe high teens but I say 20's (ƒ). Wearing just full unders (on a thermarest) in a tent in snow and I was fine. Probably a comfortable teens-ƒ bag at the bottom of the range. Most of the other times were probably 30's at night on snow in a tent minus a few other trips. Generally a tad on the warm side for 40°+ trips but the zipper pretty much solved that.
Date published: 2012-10-09
Rated 4 out of
Seriously ComfyLove this sack. It is super cozy and wonderful. The only downside is it doesn't pack down very well. I bring it car camping, but it would take up like 1/2 my 70L backpack. But... I don't do any backpacking in the winter, so this works great for my needs. ,,Down sleeping bags are the way to go! Totally worth every penny!