Kelty Coromell - Down Sleeping Bags: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Kelty Coromell - Down Sleeping Bags: Reviews

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A zero-degree-rated, 650-fill down bag for $219? It's not a misprint. The Coromell saves a few bucks by using duck down. While duck and goose down are virtually the same performance-wise, you generally pay a bit more for goose down's superior reputation. And Kelty certainly didn't skimp on the feathers. It was the warmest zero-degree bag we tested this year—"It made me feel warmer just looking at it," said one tester. It's also a transformer: The hood is removable and the entire bag zips completely open to form a blanket or, when zipped to another Coromell, a double-wide. 0º; 3.8 lbs;
Compressibility: 3.8
Warmth-to-Weight: 4.2

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