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Save your cash and splurge on an elk burger.

When you drive cross-country on a budget, you depend on your trusty tent, sleeping pad, and the Marmot Mavericks 40 Semi Rec Sleeping Bag to keep you well-rested. This quality 50-degree synthetic bag has a DWR-coated shell that protects you from the morning dew in case you want leave the tent in your trunk for a night.
  • Rated to 40F, this semi-rectangular bag is ideal for summer treks or spring and summer backpacking in milder climates
  • Lofty SpiraFil insulation combines hollow fibers and denser, solid synthetic fibers in order to offer a balance of warmth, softness, and compressibility
  • Tough polyester shell stands up to abuse
  • Shell fabric contains a DWR coating to help keep water and condensation from getting in to the insulation chamber
  • Brushed lining in chest and footbox reduce the shock of sliding into a cold bag
  • Dual zippers and two-way zipper sliders add convenience
  • Snagless draft tube prevents leaks
  • Two hang loops make storage a cinch
  • Included compression sack helps reduce space in your pack

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About how small will it get in the compression...

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About how small will it get in the compression bag?

Trying to decide between this and the...

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Trying to decide between this and the Mavericks 30. Will use only for summer camping. 3-4 nights at a time. Nor Cal (Napa, Calistoga, etc.) weather. Seems like the 30 would be more versatile for the mountains, but could be too warm otherwise?

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Go for the 30. Its pretty easy to unzip your sleeping bag and let off some heat, but if you're cold - its more of a challenge to deal with.