A workhorse of a sleeping bag, the Marmot Trestles 15F has the versatility and features to be the only sleeping bag you'll need all year round. The Trestles line has been a staple in the industry for years and years, and with good reason. It's a cozy bag that's available in different lengths and widths and has two full-length zippers so it can be opened left or right zip. So many options! The SpiraFil High Loft Insulation in mapped in an "overlapping shingle construction" for optimal warmth retention and dryness. Hey, it works for roofs.
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FEATURES of the Marmot Trestles 15F Sleeping Bag
SpiraFil High Loft Insulation
Insulated Collar with easy Access Cord
Available in X-wide Fit
Classic trapezoidal Foot Box
Compression Stuff Sack
Second Side Zip
Snagless Draft tube
Two Hang Loops
Two way Zipper Sliders
Velcro-free Face Muff
Foot Circumference (Extra Long):
Stuff Sack Volume:
22.1 liter / 1348.6 cubic inches
Fill Weight (Regular):
Shoulder Circumference (Long):
Fill Weight (Extra Long):
Extreme Temperature Rating:
-22.5 Degrees Fahrenheit
Stuff Sack Dimensions:
9.5 x 19 in.
Shoulder Circumference (Regular):
Max User Height (Extra Long):
6 ft 6 in.
Hip Circumference (Extra Long):
70D 100 % Polyester
Fill Weight (Long):
Foot Circumference (Regular):
Shoulder Circumference (Extra Long):
Hip Circumference (Regular):
Hip Circumference (Long):
Sleeping Bag Lining:
100% Polyester embossed
Foot Circumference (Long):
Draw or Cinch Cord, Draft Collar, Pillow Pocket, Stuff Sack Included
Exact Temperature Rating:
15 Degrees Fahrenheit
Sleeping Bag Shape:
Max User Height (Regular):
Bag Weight (Regular):
3 lbs, 14.25 oz
Bag Weight (Long):
4 lbs, 2 oz
Bag Weight (Extra Long):
4 lbs, 5.4 oz
11 - 20 Degrees Fahrenheit
Marmot SpiraFil is a synthetic insulation comprised of a unique blend of large, spiral hollow fibers for loft, and small polyester fibers for warmth, softness and compressability. It's like the middle of a Venn diagram, where your comfort is optimized. It is durable and compressible, so you can take it with you on all our backcountry outings.
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 4 out of
After considering all the choices, this is a great bag down to 15 degrees....We spent lots of time at MJ trying out the different sleeping bags categories in the 20 degrees and 0 degrees. The staff was super helpful while we laid out each bag, tested the comfort-zippers-padding-and-warmth, then we packed each bag to see what the "real" packed density and size would be for storage in our backcountry/high adventure backpacks. Finally we selected the MARMOT TRESTLES 15F sleeping bag, as it won for comfort, warmth and overall value. It also won for two extra bonus features....1) you can have either Right Hand or Left Hand zippers, and 2) its stuff sack has compression straps to cinch down the size to pack it super small. Thanks MJ!
Date published: 2013-09-26
Rated 4 out of
Best bag for the price. Small, warm, and wont break the bank.I originally purchased this bag as my fist real sleeping bag to take hiking and climbing. For under $110 I think its well worth the money. It packs down small enough to fit in the bottom compartment of my hiking pack, and even though it isn't the lightest it's great for the price. It has kept me plenty warm in temps in the high 20s and is very comfortable wearing just shorts and a shirt in 40 degree temps. It's a great all-around bag that I would recommend to anyone looking for their first real sleeping bag or a solid go-to sleeping bag. The synch chords around the face area, glow-in-the-dark zipper pulls, and stash pocket are all great extra features.
Date published: 2015-01-01
Rated 4 out of
Very good bag for car camping, short backpack tripsI've owned the Trestles long X-wide for about 8 years now. I've used it on several Boy Scout outings, mostly car camping garnished with a smattering of short backpack trips. At 6'2" and 250 lbs., I find most 62"-64" shoulder circumferences to be a bit constricting, if not downright annoying! This bag has plenty of room to turn in the night without taking the bag with you. It does not compress to a small size. Don't look for "fast and light" with this! I'm currently looking at TNF Cat's Meow and MH ExtraLaminar as a true backpacking alternative. I'll suck up the tighter confines for less weight and smaller pack size.,,
Date published: 2013-01-29
Rated 5 out of
great bag at great price pointI went camping this weekend for 2 nights in the catskills in upstate new york this past weekend. High was 62 and low was 34 all weekend. Camping in a big agnes copperspur ul3 on a big agnes insulated pad; this bag kept we extremely warm both nights. the bag did not slip off the pad as i had anticipated. the zippers did not snag much at all and were easy to find with the glow in the dark pull tabs. it has an inner pocket which is helpful to keep my inhalor in for my asthma. The 2 things that really sold me on this bag were: cost (very few bags that are 15 degree bags, synthetic for under 100$) and the fact that it has a quarter length zipper on the opposite side of the full zipper.
Date published: 2013-04-28
Rated 4 out of
Great bag for warm weather and short tripsI bought this bag because it became much to cumbersome to haul around my Kelty 0 degree bag on backpacking trips. I've had it for about a year, and I love that this bag came with a compression sack, that comes in handy since my pack is on the smaller side (hey it's not my fault, I'm a small girl!) and therefore space is very limited. I do wish it compacted down a bit smaller, though. Also, I live in a cold climate, so I retired this bag to living-room sleepovers only until the weather warms back up. If you live somewhere where the temps are generally mild and your pack is a good size, this is a great choice for you.
Date published: 2013-01-08
Rated 4 out of
Great bag when used with a good sleeping padI took this sleeping bag on a 23 day kayaking trip through the San Juan Islands in early march and then on a 21 day mountaineering trip in the North Cascades in late May. On both trips I was comfortable 90% of the time and the other 10% I probably didn't eat enough fordinner. As long as I was using a thicker sleeping pad on snow I was warm through the night using The Trestle 15. I did feel trapped in the sleeping bag more than once in the early morning hours as the zippers are not the easiest to maneuver.
Date published: 2012-12-09
Rated 5 out of
Great sleeping bag for the price!We recently used these sleeping bags on a car camping trip in Glacier National Park. It got down to 33 degrees at night and we were plenty warm. And this was wearing shorts and t-shirts inside the bags. The hood cinched up easily for the extra warmth we needed. The bags are very comfortable and the lightest weight to warmth ratio we could find for the price. When placed in their compression bags they pack down to a nice small size that doesn't take up much room when traveling. My husband and I each got one of these sleeping bags with opposite zippers so we could zip them together. They zipped together effortlessly. The nice thing about zipping these Marmots together is they also have half zips on the opposite side of the bag so you can still get in and out without unzipping your attached bags.
Date published: 2015-07-17
Rated 4 out of
Great beginner bagI've used this several times while backpacking and it is quite good. Marmot has put a lot of work into this bag. 2 things: for backpacking it is a little big and heavy, compare its specs to other bags. The Marmot Cloudbreak is probably what you want if you are willing to spend the money and backpacking is your use. It has a better synthetic insulation and consequently packs smaller and lighter. However, as a budget bag that's synthetic, you can't beat the price and quality.