Select A Tech Tip:Tech tips by Alaska Mountain Guides
Packing your Sea Kayak
Be Tarp Smart!
Iodine use for water purification
Comfortable sleeping on the snow
Minimizing stops while thermal regulating
Don’t lose your gear while snow camping
Mountain / Glacier
Sea Kayak Tech Tips
Melting Snow To Get Water?
Sharing Tent Anchors
Tent Anchors - Check Them Frequently!
Tent Anchors - Big Rock/Little Rock
Tent Guy Line Knots
Kelty has always tested sleeping bags to make sure that our customers are warm and comfortable on their adventures. Now we’ve adopted the European Norm (EN) 13537 test process which provides a standardized comparison method for all sleeping bag brands so that it is easier for you to choose the right sleeping bag for your needs. The two temperature ratings listed are “Comfort” and “Lower Limit”. “Comfort” is defined as the temperature that a standard woman (60 kg / 132 lbs) will be comfortable at versus “Lower Limit” which is the temperature that a standard man (80 kg / 176 lbs) will be comfortable at.