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Marmot Cloudbreak 30 Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Synthetic

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    Light and compressible, this synthetic uses body-warming strategy.

    The Marmot Cloudbreak 30 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag strategically places extra super-light and compressible Thermal R synthetic insulation at the body core and foot areas for efficient three-season warmth. A moisture-resistant shell protects all that toasty insulation while a draft tube, hood, and face muff fend off body-chilling drafts. Nearly as packable and portable as a down bag, the Cloudbreak gives you the advantages of synthetic construction, including added affordability.

    • European-tested (EN) comfort rated to 30°F for reliable warmth in late spring, summer, or fall weather conditions
    • Body-mapped strategically at core and foot area, lofty Thermal R fine-denier synthetic insulation provides efficient warmth, even when wet
    • Mummy shape keeps insulation close to your body but won’t restrict movement, so you can sleep comfortably
    • Durable, lightweight nylon ripstop with DWR resists water, wear, and tear for enduring performance
    • Head-hugging 3D hood and non-chafing face muff prevent brain-freeze and bone-chilling drafts when temps drop
    • Snagless draft tube prevents drafts from sneaking in through zipper
    • Two hang loops for convenient airing out and drying
    • Stuff and storage sacks included
    • Item #MAR2747

    Tech Specs

    nylon ripstop, DWR coating
    Thermal R
    Max User Height
    [regular] 6 ft, [long] 6 ft 6 in
    30 F
    European Norm Comfort Rating
    41.4 F
    European Norm Lower Limit Rating
    32.4 F
    Stuff Sack
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 15.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Perfect bug-out-bag

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

    I picked this sleeping bag up for my boys bug-out-bag and couldn't be happier with how "compact" it can be made. Takes up very little room, and it has been great for temps in the 50s.

    Killer bag!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Used them for a couple nights of car camping in Colorado, and our first backpacking night with our 6 and 9 yr old sons in Rocky Mountain NP. Very light, they compress so small, warmth level was perfect (down to 45 at night, felt like they would definitely be comfortable in colder temps), we liked the feel of the fabric, etc. I was hoping they were full zip, but with the two-way zipper they still seemed adaptable enough in warmer temps. The included compression sack is awesome, and love the storage bag, too. Glad we got these!

    Compressible delight on the trail

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is an amazing sleeping bag that i've used in temperatures ranging from 30 degrees to 70 degrees and it has worked wonders. When it is a little colder, I add a mummy liner and i've had no problems dealing with the colder weather. There's enough room inside the bag that its not a problem at all. The main beauty is how compressible this bag is and how easy it is to pack. It comes with a compressible sack that allows the bag to be scrunched down pretty well for a camping bag.

    Compressible delight on the trail

    Best bag I've had for temp range

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

    This is my favorite bag. It's very light, but stay warm. Very warm. I was in temps that went just below 30 and I didn't notice. I like to sleep on the cool side, so I wouldn't set this as a guidepost for everyone, but for me it was great. My only hang up is that the zipper just isn't that great. Once I make it to the top 3/4 of the way up it snags. Every time. It was really frustrating in the middle of the night when I was trying to get back in without waking my wife. I'm hoping it's because it's a new bag or I just need to get used to it. If I figure out the zipper issue I'd rate this 5 stars.

    Great backpacking bag, super light

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    coming in at just under 2 lbs. it;s hard not to like this bag. Marmot does it again with an effective and lightweight bag that fits into any backpack with ease and keeps you warm on the chilly nights in the wild.

    Best bag I've bought

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought this bag a few years back when I was planning a 2 week backpacking trip to New Mexico and wanted a lighter weight back that would still be warm at elevation and didn't cost a small fortune. This bag definitely fit the bill. Its light weight and small size make it perfect for backpacking, and it keeps you warm down to about the 30 degree mark. Great price for the quality.

    Lightweight and Warm

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I originally purchased a Marmot Cloudbreak 20, and while it was very nice, it was a bit larger to pack than I really wanted so I swapped it out. The Cloudbreak 30 packs up very small and yet has plenty of warmth. I slept out in a very well ventilated single person tent in late August in NY's Adirondack region and had to keep the zipper partially open because the bag had plenty of insulation. Construction is great. The entire bag is very slippery which helps getting in and out. It also has lots of loft in key areas like around your feet and neck.

    I'm 5-11, 178lbs with fairly broad shoulders. The standard length was plenty big enough. More leg room would have been more comfortable but I wouldn't want it at the expense of pack size or thermal benefits. I was able to sleep comfortably on my back or side.

    I was able to pack this and my Flashlight 1 tent into a Gregory Z40 large and still have room for all the essentials for a 1-2 night trip.

    Great Bag

      A friend of mine recommeded the sleeping bag to me. I have used it several times, and look forward to using it every time. It holds up very well in cold temperatures. Strong material, great color, packs well.

      Unanswered Question

      I'm about 6 feet, 1 inch in height, so I fall towards the lower end of the Long recommended height (6ft. - 6.5 ft.) and past the upper end of the Regular recommended height (up to 6 ft.) I want to maximize thermal efficiency and minimize volume and weight, but I don't want to be uncomfortable in a bag that is too short. Which size should I buy?

      Would this bag be suitable for the wet conditions of interior Alaska during the summer months? I need something lightweight and compactible as well as waterproof.

      Hey there!

      Yep, this would be a great bag. The insulation is Thermal R so it won't get soggy and cold in wet conditions. The EN rating has this bag at being comfortable for women at 41 degrees, comfortable for men at 32 degrees and survival at 4 degrees. Have fun!