Kelty Tuck 22 Degree Sleeping Bag

Kelty Tuck 22 Degree Sleeping Bag

Kelty Tuck 22 Degree Sleeping Bag

  • Tuck 22 perfect for camping in Spring, Summer, and Fall
  • 22 Degree ThermaPro synthetic insulation – Thermapro is a fiber blend speciffically enginered to retain warmth and provide superior pacability
  • Thermal-comfort hood and natural fit footbox, Zipper draft tube with antisnag design
  • Weight – 3 lbs
  • Regular Size up to 6 Feet
  • Stuff Sack Included


Like being comfortable outdoors? It’s hard not to have an affinity for the fully featured, highly versatile Tuck 22°F sleeping bag. Filled with performance ThermaPro™ insulation that’s designed to retain warmth and easily compress, this bag takes synthetic fiber blend to a whole other level. There’s even a unique comfort tuck that you can unzip, to put your feet out on a warmer night. Wherever you’re going, this is sure to become your go-to bag.

Size Regular fits to 6 ft / 183 cm
Fill weight: 31 oz. / .88 kg
Total weight: 3 lbs / 1.36 kg
Stuffed size: 8″ x 13″ / 20 x 33 cm

Size Long fits to 6 ft 6 in. / 198 cm
Fill weight: 33 oz. / .94 kg
Total weight: 3 lbs 3 oz. / 1.45 kg
Stuffed size: 8″ x 13″ / 20 x 33 cm



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  1. Meg and Ben says:
    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Outstanding warmth, weight, and price, September 19, 2016
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    Meg and Ben (Chicago, IL) –

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    This sleeping bag is like a hidden gem for backpackers who don’t want to shell out massive amounts of money for gear. Virtually every other bag I’ve looked at with a weight comparable to this one either has a temperature rating at least 10 degrees higher, or costs 3 times the price. I honestly don’t know how Kelty managed to make this bag when no one else appears to be close.

    As far as actual usage goes, so far it’s been great. I got a size long for myself (6′ 3″, ~250 lbs) and it’s plenty roomy. The interior is soft and comfortable, and I actually love the way the zipper comes across just before the bottom of the bag, so I can kick my feet out in warmer weather. I haven’t tested it out in truly cold weather yet, but it’s been more than warm enough when I have used it, and since its 22 degree label is an EN rating, you can have some confidence that the bag can really stand up to those temperatures, and it’s not just a number the manufacturer slapped on there to impress people.

    ** UPDATE **

    I recently took this bag on a backpacking trip when the temperature got down to the low 30s overnight, and this bag was fantastic. I didn’t wear any of my warm clothes, and still I was perfectly comfortable. I’m 100% confident that if I’d worn warm layers as well, the temperature could have easily dropped to 20 or so and I would have been fine. Absolutely great bag and a steal of a value.

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  2. Linh La says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Comparable to REI Sleeping Bags for a Fraction of the Price, February 23, 2017
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    Linh La

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    I was a bit skeptical when I bought this sleeping bag because I was going on a 7 day trek of the Patagonia and I couldn’t figure out whether to get this or a sleeping bag for 5 times the price from REI. I finally decided to give this a shot because I couldn’t justify paying that much for a sleeping bag AND I didn’t have time to go to REI. I was so pleased with this.

    I LOVED the color and how compact it could get, it fit in the bottom of my 65L trekking bag no problem (with that said, I did buy a separate compression bag for it). It was light enough that I could carry it along with all my stuff for 7 days. It kept me warm on the coldest night, and once I unzipped the bottom to let my feet breath, it was cool enough that I didn’t have trouble falling asleep on the warmest nights (my other friends had to sleep on top of their sleeping bags).

    I love that it has a little pocket on the inside for me to put my earplugs and things I didn’t want to lose in the middle of the night. Again, the two way zipper and the fact that I could zip up from the inside and the outside was great. Also, there’s a little additional flap to keep my shoulders covered to stay extra warm.

    I will admit, the coldest night was probably around 30F / 0C so I didn’t get to test out it’s ultimate cold temperature limit, but the quality is great and I will definitely use it again.

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  3. Amazon Customer says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Performing Value Bag, May 31, 2017
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    The Kelty Tuck 22 Long is a great bag for what it is – a synthetic mummy bag. I did extensive online research and “touch and feel” recon in outdoor stores before deciding on this. It is a very good value if not one of the best for performance and cost. Great choice for car camping and very short backpacking trips, but will be a little on the heavy side and slightly bulky for any real backpacking trip. Maximum compression is an 8″ dia x 13″ long sack. I am 6’2″ and the Long will definitely accommodate guys (and gals) much taller than me. The little features (zipper configuration, inner pocket, tabs for strapping to air mattress, hood design, air baffle and top cinch are all well thought out and well executed and are simple which for me is what I wanted. I have switched to hammock camping and even though this is a mummy it works well using it as a top quilt (partly because of the clever “across the body” zipper design at the footbox). A note about the temperature rating – NO sleeping bag meets it’s temperature rating un-aided and the Tuck is no exception. The bag ratings are tested and determined with full long underwear and a hat. Just straight up any sleeping bag is only good to about 15 -20 degrees warmer than the rating. I would say the Kelty is good to about 40ish degrees (assuming that you have a properly insulated air mattress or hammock underquilt so you aren’t losing heat underneath you). With no activity, I burn hot and have used this bag in the Sierras down to 25 degrees with full long underwear, a heavy fleece top, down hat and a thin fleece blanket inside the bag. That made for a comfortable night and is what you should expect from a 20 degree bag. If you burn on the normal or colder side, you will have to layer up a bit more at that air temp.
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