When this says four person, I think it means five people and a dog. I went camping with my kids (all three of them) my dog (standard poodle - don't laugh), and my ex-husband (…
- Jackie, 06/23/10
Tent was super easy to set up and provided tons of room. First time using the tent we encountered a mid-afternoon thunderstorm that quickly turned into torrential downpours,…
- Jennifer, 07/21/12
This tent is perfect for overnight getaways wether stormy or starry nights ensue. All inclusive in it's accommodations; ample head room for either two seated friends, or foes.…
- dana, 02/10/15
On the road and on the GO!
This tent is huge! My husband is 6'2" and can stand up in it. It appears to be very well made. Have not tried it in the rain, but pretty confident it will do just fine. It has…
- Shannon, 04/25/14
Backpacking, bikepacking requires low mass and minimal volume.
Cool/cold nights require a thermal advantage.
Recreational outdoorsmen require affordable prices.
This bag de…
- Tom, 12/29/14
This was by far the smallest in volume sleeping bag I've ever had and (at the time I bought it) the warmest). It packs into a ridiculously small size and it is very warm. It i…
- Nikolaos, 09/18/14
Good tent. Poles are small oak trees so if you snap one of these, you're doing something wrong.
Footprint/tent floor isn't loud while moving around, definitely not the old…
- Stuart, 05/31/13
This is a great product and a great value. The 15F rating is accurate and all of the specs hold up. I don't think you can find another bag with these specs that comes even clo…
- Jon, 12/28/14
Great bag for the price. Fairly roomy for my size (5'10' and 215 lbs). Would like a little more room across the shoulders, but that would take away from the thermal efficiency…
- Chad, 07/07/13
I purchased this bag for a trip to Taiwan where I would be staying in a Buddhist Monastery and needed to bring my own bedding. The Mavericks 40 was the perfect bag for this us…
- Richard, 11/13/11
Have used this thing twice in my backyard and 3 times at Red River Gorge State Park. Love it, packs down small, cuts the chill at night, but can also be used in warmer weather…
- Geoffrey, 08/16/11
Being 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…
- Azarene, 08/25/14
I have put this sleeping bag through hell and 2 rainbow gatherings, it still holds up. I spent an entire winter at 4500ft in the Siskiyous in this sleeping bag, many nights a…
- Corey, 05/07/14
Amazing bag. I've now spent a year camping and hiking with it and have found no flaws. This bag has been through alpine weather and desert nights, all very comfortably. Except…
- Aleksandr, 05/05/14
Very nice bag with nice features. Kept me nice an warm on first my winter backpacking trip in the Catskills (<10 degrees F, in Lean-to). Nice and light, packs up small in a 1…
- Thomas, 02/01/15
I order the long option because I am 6'4'' and I'm glad I did. I think it was just about right for my size. The bag also packs down pretty small for a zero degree bag. The bag…
- Thomas, 10/31/14
1. price: you earn a very good tent at a reasonable price.
2. wind resistance: epic wind resistance for this tent
3. tradition: this tent does not introduce great…
- Stefano, 05/03/11
Tuscany Mountains, Italy
This tent is by far the most durable and roomy 2 person tent I have ever used. The poles bend out to provide much more room to those inside, which is a nice feature when you h…
- Patrick, 12/06/10
I have had this sleeping bag for about 7 months and have taking it camping last November on a 7 day trail which the weather got down to 15 degrees. it packs really small and i…
- Ann, 01/23/15
I am so pleased that I bought this tent. It sets up quick (within about 10 minutes going it alone), the colors are gorgeous, and it has a great design. My husband and I are pl…
- EMILY, 03/11/09
Minneapolis, MN / Oulu, Finland
Strong doesn't begin to describe this tent. It's stronger than any other tent I've owned. A little on the heavy side but split between 3 it's pretty good.
Make sure you pu…
- Mark, 08/07/12
I'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, compar…
- Ethan, 11/12/13
marmot always makes a good product. They absolutely follow through here. I slept in 15*f and it was pretty cold. I would realistically rate it for 25* though. Also comes with…
- Evan, 09/22/13
About Marmot Gear for Hiking and Camping:
Whether you're hiking the Appalachian Trail, or camping in the Alps, Marmot Gear is going to deliver what you need, when you need it, every time. Rain, sleet, wind, snow, fire, meteorites, or whatever element you may be facing, Marmot Backpacking is what you want. All of the Marmot Gear is super lightweight, so you won't feel bad for making your small friend carry everything. They need the workout anyway, right?
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