Marmot Sleeping Bags"
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
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
Used this bag for the first time a couple days ago. Myself and 2 others slept in a 4-season tent at ~11,700 ft in the Colorado Rockies. The temps were around 20°F and the win…
- Daniel, 04/21/14
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
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
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
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 do own this bag more than a year now and I've used it about 8 times so far. It is a very warm bag although I have been using it on temperatures less than -10C to test it to…
- Nikolaos, 09/10/14
This bag is super light and can be packed very small easily. However, for a women, I don't think it's a 15 degree bag and as I was too cold to sleep at 20 something degree nig…
- Dongqing, 07/23/14
Bought this bag because it was synthetic at only 2 pounds and was rated to 30 degrees. I expected to be cold during a 5 day backpacking trip in a thunderstorm near Yosemite, b…
- Liam, 08/25/14
I am 6'0" 170lbs and this first perfectly. I was a little skeptical at first that I would stay warm, since it is so light, but I have spent nights in the Canadian Rockies wher…
- Cam, 07/04/13
In addition to the usual suspects of short winter trips, I have taken this bag on three expeditions to the Alaska Range. I sleep plenty warm in -20 (in a tent) with it. I ha…
- Greg, 08/18/10
This is one of the best gear purchases I have ever made. I have tested it to -17 without a tent and I slept comfortably all night. Lofts as well as the day I bought it. Use…
- Scott, 05/01/11
So I upgraded to this sleeping bag and I am in absolute love with it. The green is more bright than on this picture. It is a really pretty color and the zipper is purple. Ther…
- Katie, 12/03/12
I think that this bag is perfect for 3-season camping. I've used it a few times and everytime I've been warm and cozy. I'm 5'4" and the small was perfect for me. I even had ex…
- Sara, 04/23/13
About Marmot Sleeping Bags:
I fell in love so much with the Marmot Sleeping Bags I got rid of my king sized waterbed. Just kidding, it was only queen sized. You see, Marmot did their research when creating durable, lightweight, warm sleeping bags. Marmot Men's and Women's Sleeping Bags come with full length zippers and draw cords positioned for easy access while keeping away from your head.
If you aren't the Abominable Snowman but prefer to camp within his environment, Marmot Sleeping Bags are able to withstand -40 to 35 degree temperatures in the cold. No, that is not a typo, it really can withstand -40F temps. However if you aren't looking to camp in the extreme climates, Marmot also created sleeping bags for warmer "summer" climates such as the 45F sleeping bag. Rest assured, Marmot Sleeping Bags are super light and compressible down to the tiniest of tiny sizes for minimum space usage within your pack.
Many of the Marmot Sleeping Bags come water resistant, so take a look at the differing characteristics for whichever terrain you plan to sleep on. I also want to point out that the pupil of the eye expands as much as 45 percent when a person looks at something pleasing.
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