Kelty Tuck Sleeping Bag: 0F Synthetic

Kelty Tuck Sleeping Bag: 0F Synthetic
Kelty Tuck Sleeping Bag: 0F Synthetic
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Tuck Sleeping Bag: 0F Synthetic by Kelty
Slip in to the Kelty Tuck Sleeping Bag on a cold night of camping for at-home comfort and warmth. The ThermaPro Ultra synthetic insulation traps your body heat with impressive loft even if it gets wet. The long zipper with a draft tube and anti-snag design makes getting in and out quick and easy, plus as an added bonus, it can unzip from the bottom to let excess heat sneak out. To further boost your comfort this mummy shaped bag boasts a little extra room for tossing turning in your sleep, a durable polyester outer for daily use, and a dual adjustable hood to trap extra heat.

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SKU: KELO07Y
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