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For extended expeditions to the world’s coldest and highest locales, get into the Marmot Men’s 8000 Meter Insulated Suit for full-body insulation. With durable reinforcements and a waterproof shell, this suit prepares you for the demands of climbing at altitude. The 8000 Meter Suit features a combination of 800-fill goose down and Primaloft Sport in a baffled construction to retain insulation where you need it. The fully waterproof MemBrain shell keeps you and the down insulation protected from fierce storms at high camp. Marmot included articulated knees, elbows, and seat for full mobility, and Lycra suspenders so you can remove the top of the suit while keeping the bottoms on. A hydration system pouch holds your water reservoir on pre-dawn summit pushes and a full front zip and venting side zips allow for moisture management and easy in and out.

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5 5

Very warm and comfortable

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 5' 7"
    Weight: 200 lbs
    Size Purchased: XL

This is my favorite article of winter clothing. When I come home from work I change into this suit and immediately get warm and cozy. Even wearing only underwear beneath this suit I stay warm whether I'm working on the computer, watching television or if I have to occasionally go outside for a minute or so. It vents pretty good so if I get too warm I can regulate myself. Whenever it snows I put on more layers underneath and go sit outside and watch in total comfort. Best part is on weekends if I fall asleep watching tv I don't worry about waking up cold. Great loungewear.

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If I sleep without sleeping bag, just the...

If I sleep without sleeping bag, just the suit, how many freeze deegres can be tolerate?

5 5

Just as expected

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I never thought I'd own one of these but the great price was too good to pass up. It is everything I was expecting. Very well made and high quality. It has a great storage bag so it won't take up quite as much room in the closet. I'll be looking forward to putting it to use later this winter.

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try not to store it in the stuff sack because after time this will make your suit lose loft. the stuff sack is best used for travel not so much for storage

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Typically the storage bag that comes with down objects like this is rather spacious and is not of the "stuff sack" style. My marmot sawtooth sleeping bag came with both a stuff sack and a storage bag and the storage bag is more like a duffel bag, plenty of room to retain loft.


how is the marmot 8000 down suit for...


how is the marmot 8000 down suit for abrasions and snags and tears ?. also i am 5,10' and 145 LBS what size would be good for me ?

im climbing denali next month wich suit...

im climbing denali next month wich suit do u think is better this one or the mountain hardwear absolute zero suit

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They are incredibly similar, but just from different brands. Either one will work excellent for the conditions you will be putting it through.

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I know its too late but the mountain hardwear is fully waterproof so i would go with that one

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Actually Denali is colder on average then mount Everest so I wouldn't say this suit is overkill.

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I heard polar bears are attracted to warm colors, sooo unless you're into getting down (haha pun totally intended) with some polar opposites, i'd reccomend the mountain hardware suit.

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Zander: Polar bears live along the Arctic Ocean. They shouldn't be anywhere near Denali.

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i have the MH havent tested it under the rain but i think if you need this suit you gonna be way under 32 degrees which means there gonna be no water at all , mh is somewhat waterproof its dryQ but i wouldn't risk with anything more then drizzling