Boys' Kelty Mistral 30 Sleeping Bag

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The Boys' Kelty Mistral 30 Sleeping Bag is a great way to introduce kids to camping. This Kelty Mistral sleeping bag features 30-fill Cloudloft™ insulation that offers cozy comfort for sleeping outdoors. The lightweight and durable liner protects kids from the elements, while the quilted construction prevents cold spots. Plus, the kids' Mistral sleeping bag comes with a stuff sack for storage and transport. The Boys' Kelty Mistral 30 Sleeping Bag gives kids a cozy, comfortable place to enjoy the outdoors.

  • Includes stuff sack
  • Cloudloft™ synthetic insulation
  • Lightweight and durable shell and liner
  • Offset quilt construction prevents cold spots
  • Natural-fit footbox offers more room to stretch out
  • Fits to: 5 ft. / 152 cm
  • Insulation: Cloudloft™
  • Temp Rating: 30°F / -1°C
  • Fill Weight: 26 oz. / .74 kg
  • Total Weight: 2 lbs. 9 oz. / 1.2 kg
  • Stuffed Size: 9 x 15 in / 23 x 38 cm
  • Shell Material: 190T Polyester Taffeta
  • Liner Material: 190T Polyester Taffeta

Customer Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5
Kids love
Kids loved it and service and delivery was quick.
November 19, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Great kids sleeping bag
Great length that the kids will grow into. Super affordable and kept the kids warm down to the high 40s when we went camping recently. Highly recommended
November 15, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Kids Mistral 30
My son loves it. Only thing, and I am nit picking, I wish it stored smaller because his pack is smaller due to his size. Outside of that, 1-month into owning, it has been fantastic.
November 10, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Perfect for a tall 6 year old
My oldest daughter needed a new sleeping bag - bigger than a toddler size and smaller than an adult women's. This was perfect.
October 6, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Three year old loves it!
We went camping in Yosemite and our son slept better in his new sleeping bag than he does at home.
September 24, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
solid kids sleeping bag
build quality seemed very nice for the price. My kids were a bit disappointed it didn't have mickey mouse on it, but they are nice and warm.
September 22, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Great camping geat
I am a small woman, 5ft. This bag fits me and my 12 year old son. It is super soft and warm. Roomy enough to turn in. The zipper is a bit hard to use.
September 9, 2021
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Rated 4 out of 5
Great, as long as it’s not too cold
We picked these up in Billings for some mountain camping near Bozeman, MT. They are fantastic! It got well below 34° and there was minimal complaints from our boys. That said, these would be fine for summer mountain camping, but they definitely need some padding under them to keep the chill of the ground out of the bag.
I would say as long as it’s above 40° these would be fine, anything below make sure you have some sleeping pads to get you off the ground.
Other than that we love them! Next time we’ll be sure to pack our sleeping pads.
September 2, 2021
5 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Love it! Kids love it
Bought one for each of my kids and they love it! We haven’t gone camping yet but they seem really warm and good quality for the price
August 5, 2021
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Rated 4 out of 5
Small Adult looking for a Cost Savvy Option
As a 4' 11" female 130 lbs, I was looking for a inexpensive sleeping bag option to use for backpacking this summer. I have car camped my entire life, and needed something a little lighter a more compressible as I've started to venture into the world of backpacking. The length of kids sleeping bags generally fits me well, and the girth tends to be a little tight. This is true of the Kids Mistral 30, which has plenty of length for me, but is tight in the hips. I end up wriggling into the bag and then rolling onto my side to maximize the girth diagonally. This summer I've had it out on 5 trips across Minnesota (a total of ~15 nights), where summers generally involve thunderstorms and nights ranging from 45-70 degrees. The synthetic material holds up well in damp and humidity. As a cold sleeper this worked well most nights for me, being comfortable around 55-65 degrees. There was one night this summer that was in the high 70s and that was a little too warm. I ended up undoing the zipper and sleeping with one leg outside the bag and the top rolled down. Overall, I would recommend this as an incredibly cost-savvy option for smaller adults who are looking to get into backpacking. Be warned that if your proportionally large-hipped, like me, you might find this a little tight. I also don't think I would put this to the test in 30 degree weather, though for a few nights in the high 40s, it's held up well. Also, I do not use a stuff sack when packing into my backpack. I find this too be too restricting, and like to have the sleeping bag sit free-form in my backpack, so I can more easily pack smaller items around it. In my opinion, it's a bit bulky in the stuff sack and tends to pack better free form.
July 27, 2021
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