Kelty Foraker 15 - Sleeping Bags: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Kelty Foraker 15 - Sleeping Bags: Reviews

   Photo: Terry Heffernan


Kelty developed the new Foraker line in conjunction with Alaska Mountain Guides, an adventure outfitter whose guides spend hundreds of days in the field. You can tell: This 750-fill sack is the toughest, most packable sleeping bag Kelty has ever made. It's cut from three different fabrics. A water-resistant, ripstop polyester top discourages dew, while a tougher taffeta material on the bottom is designed to shrug off weeks of wear and tear around the campsite. And a waterproof-breathable material caps both the hood and footbox, the two ends most likely to come in contact with wet tent walls. 15°, 2.9 lbs;

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