I would believe that length, too. I have the standard size and it fits me (5'10") but doesn't work for my 6'1" friend.
Sports Chalet is a reputable company. We have one here Visalia and I am there weekly. I also have the Kelty Cosmic 20. Great bag for the price and it packs small. 9X9 in a compression sack 9x14 in its stuff sack 2.8lbs. I have the regular and it is a snug fit for me @ 6' 245lbs. But I like a snug fit. It is my first down bag and fit's my seasons well.
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Should I get the 0 degree down for a four season bag/ TQ ?
With that said, I have used this bag to less than 10 degrees, but I had a DIY full length UQ with 16oz of 900 Fill power down. I was toasty, and actually had to vent a little. I was in a medium weight fleece, light baselayer bottoms, and wool socks.
In my opinion, you can get away with a 20 degree bag in Ohio year round, as long as you have good bottom insulation. You can always add a layer of clothing.
Sorry for the hijack Torch. I have heard good things about the Cosmic, but if you are using it as a TQ only, you may want something hoodless, like this: http://www.sierratradingpost.com/mar...colorFamily=01
That is basically a clone of my aforementioned "Wind River" bag, only the names have been changed to protect Marmot's marketing department.
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Hopefully others who've tested this will add comments.
I used my Kelty Cosmic 20 bag this weekend, it packs ok and sleeps wonderful. At 5'9" I found it a little snugg, with a zipper on the side it is a little ruff getting into at first. At 39 degrees I was in my bag in my under close, warm.