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  • Marmot Angel Fire Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Down - Women's Open
  • Marmot Angel Fire Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Down - Women's Green Envy/Green Lime
  • Marmot Angel Fire Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Down - Women's Open

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Marmot Angel Fire Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Down - Women's

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    Because a best friend wouldn't let your toes freeze.

    "Hot 'n' heavenly" could be the tagline for Marmot's Angel Fire Women's 25-Degree Down Sleeping Bag, but no one would be totally sure what it meant. Luckily, the Angel Fire's pretty easily explained: take 650-fill down, treat it with Down Defender to help it maintain its loft even if it gets wet, and stuff it into a tough nylon ripstop shell for a personal burrow that'll keep you comfortable down to 30 degrees, and alive all the way down to minus-12.

    Marmot could've stopped there, but that would've been lame, so they kept going, adding on features like an insulated Nautilus five-baffle hood, face muff to keep the warm air in, where it belongs. The designers also hooked the Angel Fire up with stretchy baffles to let you move around, and an anatomically-designed footbox to keep your feet warm and comfortable all night long. The whole bag's been designed with ladies in mind, with extra insulation in key spots so you don't have to suffer through a chilly night. Toss in an insulated draft collar and secret stash pocket, and you might bag hiking altogether and just spend your weekend in the tent.

    • 30-degree EN comfort rating
    • 650-fill down with Down Defender water-resistant treatment
    • Mummy bag with ground-level side seams
    • 40D nylon ripstop fabric
    • Five-baffle Nautilus drawcord hood, insulated draft tube, and face muff
    • Trapezoidal footbox construction and stretch tricot baffles
    • Women's-specific design
    • Stash pocket and hang loops
    • Item #MAR003V

    Tech Specs

    40D nylon ripstop, Down Defender treatment
    650-fill down
    Draft Collar
    right, left
    Max User Height
    [regular] 5 ft 6 in, [long] 5 ft 10 in
    Shoulder Circumference
    [regular] 58 in, [long] 60 in
    Hip Circumference
    [regular] 58 in, [long] 60 in
    Foot Circumference
    [regular] 38 in, [long] 40 in
    Bag Length
    [regular] 79 in, [long] 85 in
    Fill Weight
    [regular] 22 oz, [long] 24 oz
    25 F
    European Norm Comfort Rating
    30 F
    European Norm Lower Limit Rating
    19 F
    Stuff Size
    7.5 x 16 in
    Stuff Sack
    Storage Sack
    Claimed Weight
    [regular] 2 lb 12 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
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    2 years and love it

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I've used this bag in North Carolina and all over Utah. It's the perfect balance go-to bag for all seasons. I've used it in a variety of conditions down to the high teens and was just fine in conjunction with a liner. No complaints, no clumps like the other reviewer found.. still as soft and fluffy as the day I bought it.

    Down Defender = Meh

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    My wife bought this bag for herself when shopping to upgrade from a cheapo synthetic. Since I have an older Helium I suggested a Marmot bag. I figured this bag with down defender would maybe even be a bit better than mine when it came to moist climates.

    Fast forward a few weeks and we're hiking in Dolly Sods, in April. Anyone who knows about Dolly Sods knows one thing - its a freakin' huge bog. Moisture everywhere. We ended up making first nights camp in a valley(yes, I know), near a creek(I know I know). Next morning we wake up, tons of condensation on our fly, not much in our tent surprisingly. As I'm rousing I feel around my bag for the dreaded clumps of down I know are going to be there... no clumps, wow I thought, I know my wifes bag is okay then.

    I start feeling hers - no way man. Thing has clumps on top of clumps.

    TL;DR Dont bet your life on down defender.