Field Notes: Testers car camped with this Kelty sleeping bag throughout Colorado and Utah. The blanket feature was intriguing from the start in a model packed full of extras Active Junky appreciated.
Pros: The Tru.Comfort is undeniably cozy. Testers enjoyed sleeping in it thanks to the zip out blanket and full zip “Comfort Tuck” system. The colossal mummy shape meant testers had full mobility.
Cons: Heat retention proved difficult as cold air entered through the top of the bag, likely due to the zipper system. Testers grew chilly at about 32 degree with a hood that refused to adequately cinch.
Favorite Feature: The removable blanket, though removing the blanket is advisable only with temps above 40.
Tester Comment: “A workable option for very civilized settings, be ready to put on extra clothes if temperatures drop during the night.”
Bottom Line: A heavy, feature-packed car camping bag that puts affordably before high performance.
Weight: 5 lbs. 1 oz.
Materials: 50-denier ripstop polyester, ThermaPro synthetic fibers