Klymit has unveiled its first two-person sleeping bag just in time for prime camping and outdoor activity season.
The KSB Double is fully customizable sleeping bag. Designed to accommodate individual sleeping preferences and needs, the KSB Double features tall side baffling and an oversized hood that allows for two pillows.
Rated for 30°F the KSB Double is built with 650 fill-power down for warmth, but compacts easily to allow the bag to be packed small to save space. Anti-snag YKK zippers are easy to use from either side and allows each sleeper to open their side of the bag without disturbing their partner. It also features pad sleeves on the underside to fit either the Klymit Double V or Insulated Double V sleeping pads. The top of the bag can be completely unzipped and removed for use as a full-sized down comforter.
“The KSB Double addresses the pain points of traditional two-person sleeping bags,” said Klymit President Cory Tholl. “Our fully customizable design ensures two people can both sleep comfortably together in the same sleeping bag.”
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