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When you face changing conditions and seasons, it’s helpful to have a bag that can easily adapt. The Dualist 30°F sleeping bag offers high performance in wet and dry environments with ThermaDri™ insulation that combines the best of both worlds. A hybrid construction combines water repellent DriDown™ fill near the shell and uniquely engineered ThermaPro™ synthetic by your body, for versatility that keeps heat in and water out. So even if the weather forecast is dead wrong, this bag has all the right stuff.
|Temperature Rating:||25 - 40 Degree|
|Sleeping Bag Shape:||Mummy|
I bought this bag to have something other than my 0 degree North Face that ways a few pounds and be my primary bag for backpacking trips not during the winter. The Dualist is light, and easily compresses to fit in my backpack inside the sleeping bag compartment of my Kelty Pk 50. I am 6' and overall the bag is very roomy. I was able to move around with great ease. On my recent trip, the dog was tired and went into the tent and slept on the bag while I was tending the fire. She was wet from the river and snow, but never compromised the bag when I got in it later that night. The ONLY problem I have with this bag so far, is that the temp rating should be A LOT higher. Now I am someone who sleeps very warm, and usually strips down to undies inside the bag. For two nights I was cold and chilly and had a difficult time sleeping. It is Spring time in Montana now so the temps at night are between 32-38 degrees. I would have to say if the temps are going to be below 40 you shouldn't use this bag unless you bring lots of layers and sleep in them. I'm sure as the temps get warmer here at night this bag will preform well. Otherwise I think Kelty should rethink the rating to around 40. Overall it is a good bag. Not great but good. Unknown on Apr 11th 2016
Just purchased this bag and used day of purchase on an overnight trip, the blend of synthetic and down is perfect for compressed pack-ability, warmth, and moisture resistance. Low temp was between 40-45 with light wind with a non insulated air pad shorts and t I stayed very comfortable all through the night in this bag. I have 3 Kelty sleeping bags one for each season and they have never disappointed me in my outdoor adventures. Of all the backpacking gear I have my most satisfying purchased have always been Kelty sleeping bags. Matt on Apr 18th 2015
First use last weekend. Used indoors on a scouting trip. Bag was light and comfortable. Temperature where we were staying got into the low 60s and this bag with a liner was fine. Packs up small. Unfortunately, this bag does not have loops inside to attach the Kelty wicking liner. Carl on Jan 20th 2015