Kelty Ignite Down 20° Sleeping Bag - Long
Pack your Kelty® Ignite Down 20° Sleeping Bag for your next camping or backpacking trip and enjoy lightweight comfort and warmth. The box baffle construction, form-fitting hood, draft collar and 600 fill-power DriDown surround you with warmth for a comfortable night's sleep. The two-way locking zipper allows ventilation when you need it, and a convenient stuff sack makes transporting your bag a breeze.
- EN T-Comfort: 29°F
- EN T-Limit: 18°F
- EN T-Extreme: -15°F
- Seasons: 3
- Bag shape: Mummy
- Box baffle construction
- Form-fitting hood helps to seal in warmth
- Top draft collar
- Ground-level side seams and differential cut help keep cold breezes out
- Zipper draft tube features an anti-snag design
- 58" 2-way locking zipper
- Internal liner loops
- Sleeping pad security loops
- Hang loops for storage
- FatMan and Ribbon™ drawcords
- Captured cordlock
- Stuff sack included
- Winner of Outside Magazine's 2013 Gear of the Year award
- Insulation material: 600 fill-power DriDown™
- Shell material: 30D nylon ripstop
- Liner material: 50D polyester micro pongee
- Carry weight: 2 lbs 12 oz
- Fill weight: 1 lb 6 oz
- Fits to: 6'
- Length: 78"
- Shoulder girth: 62"
- Carry weight: 2 lbs 15 oz
- Fill weight: 1 lb 9 oz
- Fits to: 6'6"
- Length: 84"
- Shoulder girth: 64"
- Stuffed size: 8" x 15"
- Model #: 35420713RR, 35420713LR
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 18032896
Kelty Ignite Down 20° Sleeping Bag - Long 7 7
Great night's sleep. Great fit, worked exceptionally well in my hammock and kept me toasty warm all night. This is my first experience with a mummy bag and I am hoping this one will last many backcountry trips to come. October 1, 2014
Just what I expected I've used this sleeping bag once (for a total of two nights) on a motorcycle camping trip since I purchased it in April 2014. It performed as expected. Temps got down to at or near the freezing mark. The first night I was very comfortable, the second night, I felt a bit colder but was still comfortable. Once reason I went with a down sleeping bag was it's ability to compress. The stuff sack that it comes with is nothing to write home about, but it did the job. This is the long version of the sleeping bag. I'm 6'1" and had plenty of room length wise. Width wise at the shoulders, I had just enough room. If it was a bit wider at the shoulders, I might have had an easier time zipping it closed. The zipper worked fine although it did catch a few times. All in all, a very good bag especially for a price of under $150. April 29, 2014
Great Sleeping Bag Used it on a 40 degree night - was very warm and comfortable. April 1, 2014
Great Bag Love the bag. Used it on a trip where the nights got down in the mid 20s. I was hot and had to open the bottom vent to keep feet cool. The bag is really well built, light and easy to pack. I'm happy with the performance. Zipper can snag, but if you take it slow no worries. Just a word of warning! If you are over 6' tall, buy the long. I'm 6'1" and had to give this bag to my 11 year old son. We camp 6 or 8 times a year through all months, so this should work well for him. I purchased the long bag and am happy with the length and fit around the shoulders. I'm taking it on a 6 day trip in a couple of weeks. Really excited to use the long version. Great bag. Just get inside it before you buy it to make sure it's long enough. March 25, 2014
Happy Love the warmth vs weight vs cost. Other stores had it for 209.00 on sale at dicks for 149.00 March 11, 2014
This bag is awesome! My first night out with this bag temps fell into the low 30's... But I was snug as a bug in a rug. I was warm... Comfortable... And very happy I made the purchase. February 6, 2014
Great Cold Weather Bag I took this on a camp that went into the lower teens. I needed a fleece liner, but otherwise, it kept me very warm. November 27, 2013
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