While it is one of the best sleeping bags on the market for under $100, it's heavier and less packable than all the sleeping bags in our review. If you're willing to spend a little more, you can easily get a bag that performs better in every metric. We loved several features that this bag offered our testers, our favorite being its zipper, which extends the length of the bag like a traditional model. It then cuts over the top, near the foot of the bag, allowing the user to sleep with their feet hanging out. This feature allows the bag to be completely opened up (like a quilt) on warmer nights. While acceptable for use while car camping and backpacking, this contender is the least warm 20°F bag we tested and most users will start having to layer up at around 30-35°F.
The Kelty Tuck 20 has been updated! The photo above represents the latest model. Keep reading to find out what's changed with this bag.