Jat118882150695

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Hiking & Camping
Climbing

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Jat118882150695 wrote a review of on January 3, 2010

5 5

I took this bag on a winter climbing trip and was comfortable in temperatures down to 25 degrees at night. I'm a cold sleeper, so I was impressed by the warmth of the thermic micro! I was also impressed by the water-resistant treatment on the bag, since it kept beads of condensation from soaking through during the night. Just like others have said, it is very difficult to get the "long" bag into the stuff sack, but that's a testament to the loft of the insulation.

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Jat118882150695 wrote a review of on November 17, 2009

4 5

When Marmot says thirty degrees, Marmot means thirty degrees. I've taken this bag on summer, fall, and winter trips, to West Virginia, Arkansas, Maryland, and Kentucky, and any temperatures below thirty-five degrees require a warmer bag! For summer and fall trips, though, the Trestles 30 will keep you warm and dry even in damp conditions. After collecting water from the wall of my tent all night on a backpacking trip, the foot of my bag was completely soaked on the outside, but remained bone dry inside. The bag is a little bulky when rolled, but still fits in the sleeping bag compartment of my pack.

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Jat118882150695 wrote a review of on November 17, 2009

5 5

Clean detailing on these shoes and high-quality textures make them great for casual wear. The heel rises a little higher on the ankle than most casual shoes, but doesn't detract from the looks. Don't plan on wearing them for athletic purposes, since there is no arch support, but the soles are quality rubber and the perforated leather actually breathes well! The toebox is average width, and the sizing is pretty accurate.

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