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Tru.Comfort DoubleWide 20 Sleeping Bag

by KELTY
$179.95

Tru.Comfort DoubleWide 20 Sleeping Bag


Double the comfort, double the fun with the Tru.Comfort Doublewide sleeping bag. Two built-in blankets so each person can regulate their temperature. The oversized hood leaves enough room for your favorite pillows from home. Perfect for the weekend getaway to the mountains or for a car-camping festival. Too hot, too cold, too hot? Not anymore. Welcome to the Tru.Comfort built for two. 


Features

  • Cloudloft Insulation
  • Two built in blankets
  • Comfort-Tuck Zipper System
  • Oversized Hood
  • Oversized fit
  • Zip-off top layer of sleeping bag
  • Stuff sack included


Specifications

  • Temp Rating: 20° / -7°C
  • EN Comfort Limit: N/A
  • Fits to: 6 ft 6 in / 198 cm
  • Fill weight: 103 oz. / 2.93 kg
  • Total weight: 9 lbs 8 oz / 4.314 kg
  • Stuffed size: 15.5 x 28 in / 39 x 71 cm
  • Insulation:Cloudloft Insulation
  • Shell material:75D 210T High Filament Poly Taffeta 
  • Liner material:75D 210T Poly Taffeta


Customer Reviews

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M.
This bag is wonderful

We purchased this for a family camping trip. We have a 2 year old who often joins mom and dad in the middle of the night, so traditional single and double sleeping bags were problematic in terms of keeping everyone comfortable. This bag is wonderful, I tend to get warmer faster than my husband and daughter, so the ability to zip off my portion of the cover while keeping them comfortable was huge. Also appreciated the pillow pocket, no more chasing pillows in the night! It kept all three of us comfortably warm over three nights where the temps dropped to the low-50's and mid-40's. Looking forward to our next adventure!

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Good bag needs longer/wider blankets

This is a great bag for the price. I’d say with some smart layering and a good pad the 20 degree rating is conservative. Used it down in the 20’s with fleece pj’s and thick socks with no issues. Not too heavy either. My biggest problem is the built in blankets. We had quite a few issues with those camping in cold weather. (In the warmer temps it was less of an issue because we didn’t need them.) The idea of the these individual side blankets attached is neat but in practice it was a little hard to manage. They were too short to wrap around ourselves and just ended up bunching and getting pushed to the side of the bag. Neat idea just wish they were each the width of the bag. It’s a 2 person bag—we want our blankets to stretch past both of us when we’re cuddled up. Instead they were regularly having to be adjusted and pulled over us.