Get into camp with the award-winning Marmot Never Winter Sleeping Bag.
- EN comfort rated at 41.4-degrees F for three-season use; lower limit rated at 32.4-degrees F for occasional use during cold shoulder-season outings
- 600-fill goose down compresses well, rebounds nicely after repeated compression, and features a high warmth-to-weight ratio
- Water-repellent, windproof, downproof nylon shell delivers lightweight performance without sacrificing durability
- Down-filled draft collar, zipper-length draft tube, and ground-level seams help prevent leaks and improve warmth retention
- Stretch tricot baffles allow the bag to be stuffed and unstuffed without creating a tear in the baffle material
- Classic trapezoidal foot box gives your toes plenty of room to wiggle; heater-pocket in foot box lets you pack in some additional warmth
- Stuff and storage sacks included
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I'm 6'4 only 165lbs and like to move around...
I'm 6'4 only 165lbs and like to move around a little bit. Anyone have any input? ?Will it be long enough?
I'm 5'11" 160lbs and use the regular (Marmot Arroyo), and have enough room to move around. It is comfortable, not cramped. That's with max user height of 6'. It's safe to say that in the long you will not be cramped.
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Just recieved my bag, gave it a test run while up camping at Crystal mtn. ski area.
temp. got down to about 20 degrees at night. was warm all night. I think with thermals on could even work in colder weather.
yes i did have my 0 degree with me just in case.
Will it be a bit cold when the temp drop...
Will it be a bit cold when the temp drop to around 30F?
And, can it be zipped to the Sawtooth 15 Degree Sleeping Bag?
Probably, but you can mitigate that by sleeping on a pad with a good insulation value, where an additional layer to bed and eat something right before bed.