Galactic 30 Sleeping Bag: 30F Down - Women's by Kelty
If your summer calendar is filled with car camping trips all over the country, plus a few backpacking missions sprinkled in, then you're going to want to be sure to bring the Kelty Women's Galactic 30 Sleeping Bag along for the journey. Eliminating the need for two different bags this summer, it packs up compactly enough to take on weekend forays into the backcountry, but has a roomy rectangular shape and plush feel to deliver comfort worthy of more laid-back car camping getaways and cross-country trips. DriDown offers all the ultra-warm, compressible, and featherweight benefits that down is know for, with the addition of a water-resistant treatment that prevents it from losing its lofty insulating powers in damp conditions. Not only does the rectangular shape offer a spacious feel that you can shift around in, but it also allows you to zip it up to another Galactic bag so you and your sweetheart can cuddle up all night. So when your summer adventures take you from the high and dry plains of South Dakota to the humid landscapes of Tennessee, you can be sure that the Galactic is ready to tag along.
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Kelty Galactic 30 Sleeping Bag: 30F Down - Women's
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