Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Cosmic
Manufacturer Kelty
Page By Koonsy
Page Type May 21, 2008 / May 21, 2008
Object ID 5341
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Product Description

Temp Rating: 35° / -2°C
Shape: Mummy
Insulation: Thermolite® Quallo
Shell material: NR250T nylon diamond ripstop
Liner material: P290T polyester taffeta

Size Regular
Fits to 6’ / 183 cm
Sku #: 31007431
Colorways: Deep Blue
MSRP: $70.00

Regular Specifications:
Length: 80” / 203 cm
Shoulder girth: 62” / 157 cm
Fill weight: 21 oz.. / 0.6 kg
Total weight: 2 lb.. 10 oz.. / 1.2 kg
Stuffed diameter: 8” / 20 cm
Stuffed length: 16” / 41 cm

Synthetic Insulation
An affordable alternative to down, synthetic insulation is available in many varieties. Advantages of synthetic fill are its ability to maintain insulatingproperties when wet and that it has less required maintenance than down.

Thermolite Quallo
Engineered with seven-hole fibers, Thermolite Quallo provides extraordinary warmth and performance. Seven holes allow the fiber to trap and maintain more warmth than solid fibers. It also maintains its high loft, softness, and insulating properties over time.

Two-layer, offset-quilt construction
By layering two or more sheets of insulation between the liner and shell of a sleeping bag, heat is easily trapped and maintained. To eliminate cold spots, one layer of fill is stitched to the liner, another layer is stitched to the shell, and then the quilt lines are offset so they do not lie on top of one another. Offset quilt construction is durable and maintains its shape and structure after many uses.
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Bag Features:
Insulation: Thermolite® Quallo
Two-layer, offset-quilt construction
3/4-length, two-way locking zipper
External snap loops allow bag to function as a liner

Two-layer, offset-quilt construction
3/4-length, two-way locking zipper
Zipper draft tube with anti-snag design
Internal liner loops
External snap loops allow bag to function as a liner
Sleeping pad security loops
Hang loops for storage
FatMan and Ribbon™ drawcords
Captured cordlock
Ground-level side seams prevent heat from escaping
Differential cut to maximize loft and warmth
Stuff sack included


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Koonsy - May 21, 2008 12:32 pm - Voted 4/5

not bad
I got this bag for a light bag to use for the spring and fall weather. I found it for $33 on Sierra trading post and felt that it was the best deal that I was going to find. All in am it is a pretty good bag for the price, good warmth, light and good stuff size.

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