The Marmot Sawtooth Sleeping Bag is a 15°F sleeping bag for backpacking in cool to cold weather. The inside has been packed with 650 fill power Down Defender insulation, which is treated to provide water resistance against condensation and poor weather conditions. Your bag stays drier so you stay warmer throughout the night. Saw some logs while snuggling in with the draft collar wrapped softly at the neck. When it's time to move on to the next camp, utilize the included stuff sack to compress the bag down into a neat little package. Upon your return home, store it in the storage sack for the next adventure.
FEATURES of the Marmot Sawtooth Sleeping Bag
Certified 650 Fill Power Down
Anatomically Designed Footbox with Wrap-Around Construction increases Warmth
Nautilus Multi-Baffle Hood
Full Length Locking YKK Two Way Zipper with Zip-Guard Slider
Down Defender to Improve Water-Resistance in Wet Conditions
Internal Stash Pocket
Snagless Insulated Draft Tube
Ground-Level Side Seams
Hood Draw Cord
Down-filled Collar with Easy Access Draw Cord
Stretch Tricot Baffles
Two Hang Loops
Stuff and Storage Sack Included
DWR, Marmot Down Defender
64 x 58 x 43 in.
Max User Height (Long):
6 ft 6 in.
Hip Circumference (Long):
Foot Circumference (Long):
30D 100 % Nylon Ripstop
62 x 56 x 41 in.
Bag Weight (Wide Long):
2 lbs 14.5 oz
Weight (Wide Long):
Shoulder Circumference (Long):
Stuff Sack Dimensions:
8.5 x 18 in.
Extreme Temperature Rating:
-17 Degrees Fahrenheit
Draw or Cinch Cord, Draft Collar, Water Resistant
Bag Weight (Regular):
2 lbs 7.5 oz
Bag Weight (Long):
2 lbs 10.5 oz
11 - 20 Degrees Fahrenheit
Exact Temperature Rating:
15 Degrees Fahrenheit
Sleeping Bag Shape:
Max User Height (Regular):
650+ Fill Power Duck Down
Durable Water Repellant
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.
Marmot Down Defender
Marmot Down Defender helps prevent down from clumping when exposed to water or moisture. This allows it to keep its loft, which equates to greater insulation. Nothing will stop the specially treated, highly water-resistant down from trapping warm air next to your body.
MARMOT GEAR FIT GUIDE and INFO
SLEEPING BAGS Marmot offers a variety of sleeping bags with different fit specifications. In order to find the best fit for you, please follow the instructions below:
• Click on the PRODUCT DETAILS tab on the product page of the sleeping bag you're interested in.
• Look under the Product 'SPECIFICATIONS' header. From there you will find specific info on bag weight, dimensions, and the body meausrements that will fit that specific sleeping bag.
• Please double check that you clicked on the correct size before you order. Often times there are multiple size options on one product page, so please be sure to verify you've selected the right one. Sorry to sound so bossy.
Choosing the correct fit for a pack is vital, and Marmot offers multiple fit and size options in order to accommodate all body types. In order to find the best fit for you, please follow the instructions below:
• Click on the PRODUCT DETAILS tab on the product page of the backpack you're interested in.
• Look under the Product 'SPECIFICATIONS' header. In this section you will find helpful info on what sizes that specific product will fit, including torso fit range and how much weight the pack can hold.
• Please double check that you clicked on the correct size before you order. Quite frequently there are multiple size options on one product page, so verifying that you've selected the right size is SUPER important. So annoying, I know. Please don't hate me.
Rated 5 out of
Toasty and WarmI ordered this bag through the local Moosejaw store in Ann Arbor, MI a number of years ago. When time and the economy got tough I was forced to live in my toppered Chevy pickup truck (in Michigan) through an entire winter between November to March. Having just a twin sized mattress in te bed of the truck, and a few comforters thrown on top of that for padding, my Sawtooth was my only cover, even in the months of January and February when the wind chill outside was 30 below zero. At night I wore a pair of heavy wool socks, sweatpants, and a heavy fleece with a hood. I also wore a pair of Arcteryx ski glove liners on my hands every night and a thick knit cap on my head. It would only take a couple of minutes and I would be warm as toast even in the most brutal of temperature nights. Kudos to Marmot on this one, it truly is a beast of a bag that performs well beyond its price point. I lived to survive a short stint of being homeless in cold, badass Michigan weather and I swear by my Marmot Sawtooth bag.