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Kelty Forecast 40 Degree Regular Sleeping Bag

Kelty Forecast 40 Degree Regular Sleeping Bag
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Description: Kelty Forecast 40 Degree Regular Sleeping Bag

The one sleeping bag you can count on to keep you warm every time the temperature drops at night, the Kelty Forecast 40 Degree Regular Sleeping Bag is a camper's best friend! Climashield Green insulation gives this sleeping bag a lightweight and sustainable warmth that really helps you sleep at night. Solidly constructed seams also keep the heat in and the cold out. A storage sack is included as well to make this sleeping bag perfect for those spur of the moment trips.

Key Features of the Kelty Forecast 40 Degree Regular Sleeping Bag:
  • Quilt-through construction
  • Efficient, form-fitting hood
  • Hip-length, two-way locking zipper
  • Zipper draft tube with anti-snag design
  • Zippered foot vent
  • Internal liner loops
  • External snap loops allow bag to function as a liner
  • Sleeping pad security loops
  • Hang loops for storage
  • Micro FatMan and Ribbon drawcords
  • Micro captured cordlock
  • Ground-level side seams prevent heat from escaping
  • Differential cut to maximize loft and warmth
  • Stuff sack included
  • Storage sack included
  • Temp rating: 40
  • Shape: Mummy
  • Insulation: Climashield Green
  • Shell Material: 50D recycled polyester dobby
  • Liner Material: 50D recycled polyester taffeta

Forecast 40 Degree Regular

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Good price and good Kelty sleeping bag
Jose P on Aug 10, 2013
can this be rolled up small enough for backpacking....what are the dimensions of the stuff sack when rolled up?
A shopper on Feb 8, 2014
Best Answer: This stuffs into about a 12 x 7 x 7" size. As far as being small enough for backpacking it all depends upon your preference
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