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Marmot Trestles 30 Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Synthetic

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    • Dark Grass/Greener Pastures
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    Classic.

    The Trestles 30 Sleeping Bag is one of Marmot's most classic bags for camping from spring to autumn. Its Spirafil High Loft insulation stays warm even if it happens to get wet, and a higher loft composition enhances the bag's compression for compact storage. Marmot designed the bag with an adjustable 3D hood and trapezoidal footbox for a snug, anatomic fit. There's a full-length zipper that runs all the way down to the foot for ventilation, and the snagless draft tube works with the face muff to keep brisk breezes at bay. Marmot added a stash pocket to store smartphones, headlamps, and other electronics that need to stay warm in order to stay charged.

    • One of Marmot's most classic sleeping bags for camping
    • Spriafil High Loft insulation offers three-season warmth
    • 3D hood and trapezoidal footbox for an anatomic fit
    • Full-length zipper with snagless draft tube and face muff
    • Stash pocket stores smartphone or headlamp
    • Item #MAR2272

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] polyester, [lining] polyester taffeta
    Insulation
    SpiraFil 120
    Shape
    mummy
    Max User Height
    [regular] 6ft, [long] 6ft 6in
    Shoulder Circumference
    [regular] 60in, [long] 64in
    Hip Circumference
    [regular] 58in, [long] 60in
    Foot Circumference
    [regular] 40in, [long] 42in
    Degree
    30F
    European Norm Comfort Rating
    42.3F
    European Norm Lower Limit Rating
    33.4F
    Stuff Sack
    yes
    Stuff Size
    8.5 x 18in
    Claimed Weight
    [regular] 3lb 3oz, [long] 3lb 7oz
    Recommended Use
    camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Gret Bag for the Big Guy

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I'm 6'3" and 260 and I wanted a wide bag that I could roll around and get comfortable in when sleeping. The Marmot Trestles Wide bag fits the bill perfectly. The 30 degree rating is fine and I can use a liner when it's colder. It's a big bag, but ya gotta compress it with a compression bag to get it to a manageable size for backpacking.

    Sleeping bag Hack!

      For anyone looking to sleep comfortably while three-season car camping, the Trestles bags are a wonderful, high-value, affordably-priced option. Though they're a touch bulky for lightweight backpacking, they're fairly compressible and insulate even in soggy conditions.

      However, my favorite thing about the Trestles is this double sleeping bag hack--if you buy isomers of these bags (either men's or women's versions, they all work together) with zippers on the opposite sides, you can zip the L and R versions together for snuggling with your companion... And come on, who doesn't love snuggling?

      Used on a 4 night kayak camp out.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Took on water in my kayak, had it in a dry bag, but it still managed to get wet! To my surprise, it was still warm and comfy. Best bag for the cash. Packs down reasonably small for the warmth and not too heavy. Also dries fast!

      Super cozy with great features

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I bought this as my go-to, 3 seasons sleeping bag for car camping and backpacking. I took it to Yosemite a couple weeks ago (early June) and it was more than toasty enough. I believe temperatures only got down to the 50s, so with the 30 degree rating, obviously it held up great. I actually kept it unzipped most of the night to stay cool.



      This is a great first sleeping bag for anyone looking to make their first purchase.



      I especially like some of the features. Nice mummy style hood with draw strings to tighten if you want to get real snug. Full zip on one side, partial on the other. And the

      Super cozy with great features

      Warm Weather Bag.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I’ve really enjoyed this bag on warm weather backpacking trips. It’s fairly light and packs up pretty tight. The Packsack that comes with the sleeping bag is high quality has well. In my most recent trip to the Uintah mountains, it dipped pretty close if not below 30 degrees the EU rating of this bag. It was pretty uncomfortable at that point. But that was a bit of a surprise for this time of the year in that area. I’m 5’11” and this bag is perfect in length and width I’m a 44-inch shoulder width. I can’t complain quality wise I’ve taken this bag on several camping/backpacking trips and zero issues with tearing, the zipper is solid.

      A weekend on the NorCal Coast

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Just spent four days camping around Northern California and was very glad I had this along. the bag is incredibly comfortable and light. I was happy with warmth though some nights did get a chill. I was just sleeping in the skivvies though so the next night wore some pj's and it was perfect.

      The hood is great for keeping the head warm and a quite a camping game changer (first time outside a basic coleman bag). With the hood up and zipped I could tell an instant change in temp.

      Very happy camper (literally).

      Mid temp bag

        Got this bag to take on my trip since temps drop lower than my nanowave 55 is designed for. I was a little hesitant since I could not find an average packed size for this bag but with the provided compression sack it get pretty compact. Bag is Ollie and Milo approved. Ollie is not pictured since he crawled inside and curled up.

        Mid temp bag

        Great bag, solid price.

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I bought this bag to take camping in the mountains of North Carolina and Virginia this summer and couldn't be more pleased with the product. Super comfortable, relatively compressible, and well ventilated; the bag packs a lot of use.

        Bear in mind this is a synthetic bag, so it won't compress super small (not great for long backpacking trips), but it definitely will work for a few nights out in the woods. It kept me warm when I needed it, and the ventilation openings made sure I never overheated.

        All-in-all, a very good bag for the money--and, it actually gets pretty small if you use the stuff (which is included). Recommended!

        I love this bag.

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I've shivered in it at 10deg, sweated in it at 70deg, packed it for miles and never regretted it. For someone too stubborn to buy a bag for every season, it's perfect. I glance at the lighter and easier to pack down bags, and the image of falling into a river or hiking through a storm stops me every time. I've been told by backpacking snobs that 3lbs is too heavy for a bag, but I'll hike happy knowing from experience that it keeps me warm when rained on.
        Plus, there's a nifty stash pocket for condoms or medicine.

        Nice bag - doesn't fit!

        • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

        The long version comes with a pack too small to fit the bag. Spent an hour trying to get it to fit in, and the pack is about to burst at the seams.

        That aside, it seems like a very comfortable and light sleeping bag. Just not ideal for backpacking trips or light travel of any kind.

        Great bag

          I just received this bag and spent 3 nights on the San Joaquin River at Millers Crossing in the Ansel Adams Wilderness. The bag kept me warm, it was down into the high 30s, Lows 40s. I'd say the bag is rated appropriately. The bag was also roomy and super comfortable , being 6'3 I ordered the long version and had a ton of room. Looking forward to many more nights in that bag.

          Great bag

          • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

          This is a great bag, especially at the price point(on sale my total purchase came out to $87 dollars including tax and shipping which was free) and I received the shipment within a couple days. The first trip I took it on was in Lake Tahoe where temperatures dropped to 30 in the early hours of the morning...I was warm enough to be comfortable all be it I had to wear a good amount of clothes underneath, but that is to be expected with a bag rated for 30 degree temperatures in weather that actually drops to 30 degrees. I decided to go with the long-I am about half inch over 6 ft and I would recommend this to anyone in this height range as it also means shoulder clearance will be slightly larger as well. The Camo color scheme is bad ass as an added bonus.

          Great bag

          Got me through nigh time on the trail.

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          I brought this with me on a three day hike in Monongahela National Forest and it suited me well. Nigh time temperatures never dropped below 60 F, so I was well covered in the temperature department. Overall durability is nice, and it is comfortable. I just wish it packed down smaller but it was still small/light enough for backpacking. I also love the green color! All in all this is a must have sleeping bag for a backpacker who isn't going to be hiking in the winter.

          Versatile multi season bag

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I've used mine in many conditions. Obviously sometimes I fared better than others. From nights in the 80s in the summer to nights in the high 20s. It is my go-to summer bag while sleeping on the trail in a hammock. In the late fall or early winter if I'm in a tent I pair it with a Sea to Summit liner for added warmth and it's super cozy and comfortable. Much colder than that though and I'll opt for my warmer down bag. Mine has a quarter zip on the left side which I find really handy as well as a full zip on the right. Draw cords work well and are easily accessible. Haven't had any trouble with the included stuff sack. With it sinched down pretty tight it fits nicely into the bottom of my 65L bag. Good bag, good value, not too heavy.

          A warm bag

            I have used this bag just crashing at a friends houses and its perfect. I took it out for the first time hiking Mt. Shasta this weekend. I stayed at Horse Camp at 7,000ft. The bag kept me really warm the first night. Almost to warm. Not exactly sure what the temp was but when I first crawled in, im guessing it was around 60. Once it cooled down into the mid to upper 40's it was perfect.

            Summer Bag

            • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

            I am a river guide in Oregon. This is my summer bag. I'm not back packing so it doesn't need to be feather light. I like the material, it feels soft against my skin but isnt so slick i think im gonna fall off my pad. The zipper is super easy to use, and rarely gets snagged, unlike my zero degree mountain hardware. I sleep confortably in 40-50 degree nights, and if it drops i add my bivy. I am surprised how much i have liked this bag, ive had it for two years and i sleep in my sleeping bag more than my bed. Two thumbs up.

            Why should I consider right zip vs left...

            Why should I consider right zip vs left zip? Why does this matter?

            Does anyone recommend a better compression...

            Does anyone recommend a better compression sack for this bag? I have had zero luck getting it to fit into the stuff sack it came with.

            How small will this compress to? Also what...

            How small will this compress to? Also what is a good compression sack if I get this?