Eureka! Kaycee 0ºF
Nobody likes to be cold when they're camping. Having a good sleeping bag to keep you warm all night is even more important when you are winter camping. I recently tried out the Eureka! KAYCEE Zero Degree sleeping bag on a winter trek in Ontario and stayed warm all night long.
- Soft and comfortable
- Very warm
- Bulky and heavy
The Eureka! KAYCEE sleeping bag is a performance mummy sleeping bag rated to a low of zero degrees fahrenheit or minus 18 degrees celcius. On a recent winter outing I used this sleeping bag one night when the temperature dipped down to minus twelve (celcius), that's about ten on the fahrenheit scale and I stayed warm all night long.
The premium synthetic insulation puffs up a lot creating a very cushy and comfortable sleeping experience. Insulated draft tubes along the zipper line and around the hood and chin area help to keep the cold out. The foot well is nice and big and does not leave you feeling cramped inside. There is a small pocket inside the bag for storing small items such as a cell phone.
I really liked this sleeping bag and despite the bitter cold outside, I didn't feel the least bit chilled. Unfortunately it is a bit bulky and weights in at 5 lb. 13 oz., so it's more suitable for pulling on an expedition sled than stuffing into a backpack, but the warmth and comfort are well worth the extra size!
If you do a lot of winter/cold weather camping then you should seriously consider the Eureka! KAYCEE sleeping bag.
Source: Won it in a contest
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Historic Range: $47.73-$129.98
|Weight||4 lb 9 oz / 2100 g||5 lb 0 oz / 2300 g|
|Fill weight||3 lb 1 oz / 1400 g||3 lb 6 oz / 1500 g|
0 F / -20 C
|Max user height||6 ft 0 in / 180 cm||6 ft 6 in / 200 cm|