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Buzz, Light Year 45


going to infinity and beyand? be sure to grab the Kelty Light Year 45 with you. this comfy 650 fill down sleeping bag will keep you warm at temperatures down to 45F. it's not the warmest bag out there, by a long way, but the tiny packing size (7''x11'') will allow a lot of flexibility. i have used it in the winters when it got to around 5F, by using this bag withing another warmer bag, i got double the warmth. it's also a good throw around bag for spring and summers because it can get chilly at night. it has a hip zipper only with another opening at the foot for ventilation. i've found that this combination works well and keeps you a lot warmer than a full zip. the next bag i would consider getting is the North Face Bee, because i'm used to the half zip these days. now for this bag, it has the usual ripstop nylon, draft tubes, and draw cords around the head. it can get a little tight near the foot area but otherwise it's a roomy little bag. sometimes i feel that the head space is too wide and allows the cold air to seep in. throw a few heat packs into the bag and you can get down to 10F without any problems. all in all, the great price of sub $100 dollars and the simple design makes this sleeping bag respectable and great bang for the buck. it sits on my bed and i dont hesitate to take it ourside on my hammock on cool days for a nice read.
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