Sleeping bags are another piece of gear that are crucial to our comfort while out on the trail. Whether it’s snuggling up inside one at the end of the day or carrying one in our pack, we all want a bag that is light, versatile, and works well in the weather conditions in which we use it. In other words, we want it to keep us warm and dry in what ever weather we encounter. I recently had the opportunity to test out the Kotey bag from Eureka, and found that it fits that description, and does so in a small package.
The first thing I noticed was how small and light the Kotey was. When stored properly inside it’s included bag, it compresses down to a very small size, allowing it to fit neatly inside your backpack without taking up much room at all. On top of that, the bag weighs just a shade over 2 pounds, which means that it’s not going to significantly impact the amount of weight you’re carrying while lugging it around all day.
Made from synthetic materials, the Kotey is rated for temperatures down to 35ºF (2ºC), which makes it ideal for spring and fall camping, and cooler summer nights depending on your location. Obviously, for winter camping, you’ll want something a bit warmer. While I didn’t get the chance to test it in sub-40º weather, I did find that this mummy-style sleeping bag kept me comfortable and snug. There was also plenty of room inside for my longer 6’2″ frame, despite the bag not being rated for my size.
Eureka is a company well known for its excellent tents, with great options for backpackers and families alike. Their line of sleeping bags displays the same high quality design and construction, showing that as a company they “get it” it in terms of what we want while out on the trail. Lightweight, high quality products that allow us to enjoy our time in the backcountry. Small, but highly appreciated touches, like an internal pocked, perfect for storing your iPod, are just one example of the conveniences that this bag has to offer. Those touches will help you to really like this bag a lot, but it’s small size and weight will make you love it.
MSRP for the Kotey is $95 but it can be found online at discounts too. If you’re in the market for a good 3-season bag, this is definitely a winner. Now does someone have any suggestions for a 4-season bag for the Himalaya this spring?
Disclaimer: The Kotey that I tested was proved by Eureka for this review.
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9 thoughts on “Gear Box: Eureka Kotey Sleeping Bag”
i really like feathered friends' bags. i would for sure go with down. When are are you leaving? i could probably get you a Golite down bag if you wanted to review it!
I'm not leaving until April 9th. Being a big fan of GoLite gear, I've got several items of theirs, I'd definitely be happy to write a review of one of their bags. 🙂
is there a particular model you would like to try? temp rating, length, etc…
It has to be a four season for the Everest Trek, so it looks like, of the options they have on the website, I would need the Adventure 4-Season Mummy Long. (I'm over 6'2")
This is really a good equipment all its features are helpful.The Eureka Kotey Sleeping Bag is a Backpackers Lightweight Sleeping Bag, that will keep you warm and snuggly on all your hiking, backpacking, hunting, fishing, and camping adventures.
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the firs thing which everyone should think about, whenever planning for camping is the sleeping bags. and that's the reason when i pack my for california camping i packed it first and also write it down in my carry things list.
I have used this particular model of sleeping bag for a trip around the foothills of the swiss alps. I must say the packsize / weight ratio is great.
In my knowledge colorado campgrounds have medium temperatures, so the Eureka sleeping bags will be good to use in it.
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