Marmot's quintessential all-around bag.
- Lightweight 600-fill goose down insulation offers a superior warmth-to-weight ratio and rebounds well after repeated compressions
- DWR fabric treatment protects the down insulation from condensation, frost, and spindrift
- Nautilus six-baffle hood with down-filled collar and drawcord guards your face in drafty tents
- Down-filled collar with easy-access drawcord and an insulated Heat Bump draft tube keep out drafts
- Large trapezoidal footbox decreases constriction at the bottom of the bag and is canted forward to mirror the natural position of your foot
- Zipper guard prevents the draft tube fabric from getting caught in the zipper
- Stretch tricot baffles allow you to stuff and unstuff the bag without worrying about tears
- Stash pocket holds your headlamp in easy reach
- EN comfort-rated at 26-degrees F for shoulder-season and mild winter conditions; lower-limit-rated at 4.5-degrees F for occasional use in colder winter temps
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Is the zipper full length? Thanks.
Ive seen a few of you all mention compression. does any one have a measurment on this bag fully compressed. If so, whats the volume on the compression sack you used. Thanks Very Much
I don't have a measurement of it fully compressed, but my boyfriend has this bag and I bought him the Small size (10L, 7x16) of the Sea To Summit eVent Compression Dry Sack. It it takes some effort getting the bag into the sac, but it fits and compresses nicely (sorry dont have measurement).
The sawtooth is just an awesome bag. If you want a do everything bag I think this is the one to get. I have owned mine for a decade and a half and love it, I bought a newer one two years ago have been using that one in cleaner conditions. Only recently have I felt the need to get a 45 degree warm weather bag and a 0 and -20 extreme cold weather bags. For the general hiker and camper this bag is the way to go.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I got the long extra wide version of this bag mostly because i wanted the extra room. I am 6'4" and 240 pounds with broad shoulders, and there is still lots of room to move around in. Its been toasty in temps in the mid 30's but i havent had a chance to take it to its rating yet. I got the big one for comfort on chilly nights and there is alot of dead space to heat up even for my size so im not expecting a 15 rating to be totally acurate for me. But thats what my 0 degree bag is for anyways. The bag is of great construction, packs down inside a medium size e-vent compressible dry bag. Overall very satisfied.
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This bag incorporates everything I need for a kayak camping excursion. I use it in a tent, in my car, and under the stars. I personally love the way they designed the bag inside, extra bulk around the edges. My feet get cold and this bag keeps me warm. I like the water resistant material. It's a great buy.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This bag is plenty warm. I've used it in the low 30s and it kept me toasty, to the point that I needed let a little cool air in.
The bag compresses down decently and the weight isn't too bad.
The zipper tends to snag on the fabric, so you need to be careful of that.
I've had this bag out in a mix of backpacking and car camping, with nighttime temps from the low 40's to mid 70's, and it has proven to be a very comfy and versatile bag. It controls your temperature well, so you won't be sweating if it isn't snowing, but is plenty warm. Compresses well for backpacking. Certainly not an ultralight sleeping bag, but if you're like me and looking for one do-it-all sleeping bag that will give you 3.5+ seasons of range and plenty of durability for the long haul, this is an awesome pick for the money. I'm 6'1", 210 lbs, and went with the long/ extra wide. I could fit into the long/ regular width, but I like having a little more room to move around in my bag, and am willing to carry a couple extra ounces for it.
What is the Pack size and weight of this bag?
Stuff Size: 8.5 x 8.5 in Stuff Sack: yes Storage Sack: yes Weight: (regular) 3 lb 1 oz, (long) 3 lb 4 oz
does it come in sizes
There is a "Long" for us over 6'2" and regular. Also a wide.
I've had my Sawtooth for about 8 years & have been extremely pleased with it. It's very well designed & super comfy. I haven't had it out in temps below about 25 degrees, but it's been toasty warm for me (a cold sleeper) down to that temp. I love the hood, full length zipper, fat draft tube & independent hood & neck cords (one flat & one round so you can cinch up just the one you need in the middle of the night). Sizing is perfect for larger folks & restless sleepers like me - I'm 6'5", 215 lbs & the Long fits me great. While not as light & compressible as higher-end bags, it still performs very well & is a great deal for the $. In warmer temps, I unzip it halfway & use it as a comforter.
I've been trying hard to justify upgrading to a Marmot Helium, but I just can't bring myself to part with my trusty Sawtooth. Good gear!
The Marmot Sawtooth bag is incredibly comfortable and durable. It doesn't feel super loose nor tight when you're in it. It holds you like your mother used to in a blanket when you were younger. The only issue I have with it is that it doesn't pack as small as an 800 fill bag, but that's really negligible. Great bag in general
how could I wash the sleep bag? It's getting a little damp after several uses.
Buy Nikwax Down Wash. Follow the instructions. Do NOT use a top-load washing machine with a central agitator. Do toss three tennis balls into the dryer when you dry it. It may take more than one session in the dryer to finish the job.