Kelty Cosmic 20 Sleeping Bag: 20F Down - Women's

Kelty Cosmic 20 Sleeping Bag: 20F Down - Women's
Kelty Cosmic 20 Sleeping Bag: 20F Down - Women's
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Cosmic 20 Sleeping Bag: 20F Down - Women's by Kelty
After a day of exploring remote slot canyons and traversing vast expanses, hunker down under the stars inside your Kelty Women's Cosmic 20 Degree Down Sleeping Bag. Thanks to the bag's box-baffle construction, water-resistant 600-fill DriDown insulation, draft collar, and form-fitting hood, you'll get a cozy night's rest next time you're sleeping away from home. During warmer months you can open up the dual-slider zipper to get some airflow to cool things down, and attach your bag to your pad via sleeping pad loops that keep everything positioned right where you need it. An included stuff sack lets this beauty compress to make packing your backpack easier, too, because a sleeping bag isn't much good if you can't fit it into your pack.

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SKU: KEL00AF
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