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Kelty Fleece Travel Sheet Sleeping Bag Liner Item # KEL97232

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Perfect for travelers or campers looking for a bit of extra warmth, the Kelty Fleece Travel Sheet can be used as a liner for a rectangular sleeping bag or unzipped for use as a blanket. Adds 10-15 degrees of temperature rating to your bag.
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Perfect for travelers or campers looking to add a bit of extra warmth for a comfortable night's sleep, the Kelty Fleece Travel Sheet can be used as a blanket or as a liner for a rectangular sleeping bag. Made of non-pilling polyester fleece, the Fleece Travel Sheet adds an additional 10-15 degrees of temperature rating when used with a sleeping bag. A two-way locking zipper allows the Fleece Travel Sheet to be opened completely for use as a blanket.

The Kelty Fleece Travel Sheet includes integrated roll-up straps and a polyester oxford stuff sack.

  • Adds 10 to 15 degrees of warmth to your sleeping bag.
  • Quick-drying.
  • Can be used as a lightweight sleeping bag in warmer conditions.
  • Roll-up straps.
  • Becomes a blanket with zipper fully opened.
  • Extended-length, "L"-shaped, two-way locking zipper.
  • Four external snap loops for securing to rectangular sleeping bags.
  • Polyester oxford stuff sack included.
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8 Item(s)

Likes: Kelty's Fleece Travel Sheet works great to add a little extra warmth to my Kelty XP40 bag on those chilly nights. Very soft and comfy!

Dislikes: I wish that the Fleece Travel Sheet came in mummy cut, as it got bunched in my foot box. Also, be aware that it doesnt pack/compress down very much. It's about 1 1/2 times the size as my Kelty XP40 is compressed.

Reviewed by Christopher Z. - May 20, 2013

Likes: This liner solved our sleeping bag issues. After purchasing new summer weight bags we were finding ourselves cold on some nights while camping on our boat. A light bag and this liner is a better solution for us as we can adjust the "warmth" factor as needed by using or not using them with our light weight sleeping bags. These are thick, soft liners and are very comfortable.

Dislikes: Nothing...

Reviewed by Jack A. - April 20, 2012

Likes: Wide enough to be very comfortable.

Dislikes: Little heavy

Reviewed by Scott B. - January 30, 2012

Likes: On a recent 20-degree trip, this combined with my 25-degree bag kept me warm enough that I was almost too warm. It performs as advertised. Soft and comfy.

Dislikes: Just a bit bulky for backpacking. Not really a complaint, just an observation. I could get a different compression bag and pack it tighter, but haven't done so yet.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - January 28, 2012

Likes: adds extra warmth, keeps sleeping bag clean, easy to wash

Dislikes: nothing to dislike

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - May 8, 2011

Likes: Purchased this to lower the degree rating of my Kelty Coronell 25 degree down bag. This linner comes in a great stuff sack. It is designed to fit inside this bag but is large emough to put the sleeping bag inside the liner. Will also make a great lightweight summer bag.

Dislikes: Nothing.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - May 2, 2011

Likes: It dries quickly, absorbs so much water I can use it as a shower towel even when I'm not camping (I have long thick hair so it does its job well) The more you wash and dry it the "fluffier" or softer it seems to get.

Dislikes: the first time you use it it's like paper towel.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - February 7, 2011

Likes: Warm enough for temps down to mid fifties. Rolls up and stores easily in the included stuff sack.

Dislikes: If you rub it against your clothing it leaves a lot of lint behind. This may stop after a few washings though.

Reviewed by Roy V. - August 17, 2010