The eternal quest for a truly usable two-person sleeping bag has finally concluded, and Kelty has taken the prize. The Tru.Comfort Doublewide sleeping bag solves the basic problem of how to make one bag work for two people.
Kelty thought inside the bag on this slick 20 degree rated sack, giving each sleeper their own full-length comforter, attached on just the outside so you can roll up in it or fling it off as your internal thermostat dictates. The main cover on the outside of the bag covers both of you, but you can each zip down your side to vent or not, so you have the best of all worlds. You can even zip it all the way off and leave it behind if you're confident in the weather cooperating where you're heading.
The Sheflogger and I agree on this one, the Kelty Tru.Comfort really is the cat's meow. We can each regulate our own temperature and airflow while still retaining maximum spooning availability. The hood is perfectly sized for two normal size pillows, the rectangular cut gives you the luxury of movement and Kelty's Cloudloft synthetic insulation is easily good for its 20 degree rating.
The Tru.Comfort is a stout bag at 9.5lbs, and it doesn't pack down small, but what you get is a super-comfy bag that works across a very wide range of temperatures for two people - of virtually any size, thanks to the 6.5 foot length - who may not entirely agree the meaning of the words "cold" and "hot." Our trials and tribulations of zipping sleeping bags together are ended. The Kelty Tru.Comfort truly is the best of both worlds, and at a very reasonable price point to boot.