The Marmot Women's Ouray Sleeping Bag is a 0 degree sleeping bag for winter camping and backpacking. The Ouray has been packed with Down Defender treated 650+ fill goose down for cozy warmth with water resistance in cold, damp conditions. The torso section and trapezoidal foot box is loaded with plenty of down to keep you warm where you need it most, with a 5-baffle hood that can be cinched for surrounding comfort with the draw cord. The Heat Bump draft tube prevents drafts from seeping in through the zipper while the down-filled collar wraps softly around your neck. The stash pocket keeps a headlamp right where you need it for investigating bumps in the night.
FEATURES of the Marmot Women's Ouray Sleeping Bag
Certified 650 Fill Power Down
Down Defender to Improve water-Resistance in wet Conditions
Specifically Designed to be More efficient for women
Nautilus 5-Baffle Hood
Down-filled Collar with easy Access Drawcord
Heat Bump Draft tube
Classic trapezoidal Foot Box
Ground-Level Side Seams
Stretch tricot Baffles
Stuff and Storage Sack Included
Two Hang Loops
Two way Zipper Sliders
Velcro-free Face Muff
Foot Circumference (Regular):
Stuff Sack Dimensions:
9.5x 19 in.
Shoulder Circumference (Long):
Shoulder Circumference (Regular):
Hip Circumference (Regular):
Fill Weight (Regular):
Foot Circumference (Long):
Fill Weight (Long):
Extreme Temperature Rating:
-52.8 Degrees Fahrenheit
Hip Circumference (Long):
Stuff Sack Volume:
22.1 liter / 1378.6 cubic inches
Draw or Cinch Cord, Water Resistant, Stuff Sack Included
Backpacking, Winter Camping, Basecamp and Expedition, Mountaineering and Alpine
Exact Temperature Rating:
0 Degrees Fahrenheit
Sleeping Bag Shape:
Max User Height (Regular):
5 ft 6 in.
Bag Weight (Regular):
3 lbs, 10 oz
Bag Weight (Long):
2 lbs, 7.5 oz
650 Fill Power Down
0 - 10 Degrees Fahrenheit
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
Perfect for backpackingI took my new Ouray bag out in the backcountry the first night I got it. September nights in Colorado get chilly - especially above tree line, but when I woke up in the morning to frost on the ground, I was warm and cozy in my bag. I am confident it will continue to do well as the weather becomes colder.
One shout out to Moosejaw - my bag had a tear in a seam near the head after my first use - probably just a malfunction. They not only are sending me a new one but expedited the shipping and made it easy to get a new one here in time for my next trip!
Date published: 2015-09-24
Rated 5 out of
This constantly cold skinny chick will now sleep soundlyBeing a smallish woman who is always freezing when its anything less than 85F outside, I was desperate to find the best bag I could, and frankly, I was willing to pay through the nose for it if I had to. Firstly, it is a fantastic bag--the zipper is good and there seems to be little chance of ripping the rip-stop fabric even if you manage to snag it in the zipper, it poufs up and squeezes down easily and quickly, and its actually not that heavy considering its rated to 0F (I have the 5'6"). I knew this was the bag I needed for backpacking and had checked it out at -that- outdoor store, but was waiting out for the 20% off coupon that the clerks insisted was coming. Well, turns out it wasn't coming, and it was cheaper on Moosejaw anyway! And hello...shoprunner...amazing! So, all in all I am elated about my purchase because the bag is fantastic, I got an awesome price, it came in two days, and my cat loves it.
Date published: 2014-08-25
Rated 4 out of
Snug as a Bug...I bought this bag for a trip to Bishop,CA and Red Rocks,NV in December. There were quite a few nights where it was hovering around or below freezing. I was toasty as could be! Such fluff! So warm! Initially I was worried it would perform poorly because I am only 5' 2" but not so! I stuffed clothes I wanted to wear the next day in the bottom and BOOM. Warm all night, tasty clothes in the am. There were many nights where I actually had to remove layers because I was TOO warm. At the end of my trip my tent went for a ride on a 45mph gust coming over the mountain and my bag got a little wet. I set up sleeping quarters in the cab of a truck and was totally fine! My bag dried and still kept me warm. Bottom line, this bag is bomber, keeps you toasty, and the glow in the dark zipper tab makes it easy to navigate in the dark. The only problem I had was zipping in at night but I could just be used to zipping in on the other side from my previous bag and it did molt feathers a bit. (The only reasons I gave it 4 out of 5.)
Date published: 2015-12-25
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This bag in its stuffed sack is a bit large for backpacking. Will stuffing it into a compression sack for backpacking trips be okay?
Asked by: pepperzo1
Thanks for reaching out to us. Whether it be stuffed, or compression...when it comes to sacks, I'm the man to talk to. As for stuffing this into a compression sack, as opposed to the stuff sack, that shouldn't be a problem at all. I say go for it. Hope this helped you out!